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National Baptist Convention of AMERICA Inc.

Members of the National Baptist Convention of America Inc (NBCA) - Stephen J. Thurston, President. If you are planning to attend any NBCA events this year, please join and inform the group.

Website: http://nbca-inc.com
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Comment by Sarah Boone on Friday

Saints its time be careful. The Devil have found a new way to kill us. But we know our God. If Jesus keep Apostle John who was  put in the boiled oil and he survived to tell his testimony. You to will over come this Test !

Smart Meters - are wireless digital meters that transmit electricity and gas and water meters can talk to a central computer system. It`s  SENDING ELECTRICAL SHOCK through your brain cells. At 3am and 4 am in the morning when they communication with their central system. Look at the health effects it cause disrupt the blood to the brain barrier, contributing to diseases such as Dementia, insomnia, heart palpitations ,muscle pain, disrupt cell reproduction, seizures, nausea, increased blood pressure, immune problems, physical weakness, eyes problems, urinary problems. hair loss, depression, suicidal and headaches and many more effects. It hurting children, elderly and You. Our brains and hearts are electrical conduction systems.  Go check it out for yourself - SMART METER !

You Got the Victory !

Comment by Felton Odel on Friday

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Comment by Sarah Boone on Wednesday

Comment by Sarah Boone on September 11, 2014 at 8:07pm

Comment by Sarah Boone on September 8, 2014 at 1:35pm

Court Says Church Cannot Keep Tithes, Part 1

 

On December 16, 2013 the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a bankruptcy court's decision and ruled that a church had to turn over to a bankruptcy trustee the tithes and offerings it received from a couple because they filed for bankruptcy.  Shortly after the couple filed for bankruptcy, the trustee in charge of the bankruptcy went after the church to which the couple had given their tithes for the previous two years.  The trustee claimed that the law, under 11 USC 548(a)(1)(B), authorized him to recover all the contributions made by the couple to the church in 2008 and 2009 because the couple contributed more than 15% of their gross annual income to the church (Word of Life Christian Center).  The church agreed that the couple gave more than 15% but also held that the law protected the church from having to forfeit 100% of the contributions to the trustee.  The church cited section 548(a)(2) and claimed that it was required to return only the portion of the contributions that exceeded 15% of the couple's gross annual income.  The court disagreed with the church.  It ruled that the language of the law was plain; that even if the contributions exceeded 15% of the couple's annual gross income by just one cent, the church would have to forfeit to the trustee all of the contributions it had received from the couple.  Most churches in America do not know that the law allows bankruptcy trustees to render void the tithes that churches receive from its members if the member later files for bankruptcy if the members tithes and offerings combined is greater than 15% of their income.

Comment by Sarah Boone on August 20, 2014 at 5:30pm

Count it all joy, my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds, for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness. And let steadfastness have its full effect, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking in nothing.

The Apostles died many  ways

Andrew - crucified on a shade cross

Matthew - stabbed with spear and behead

Bartholomen - he was whip to death

Philip - impaled by iron hooks in his ankles and hung up side down to die

James (son of Zebedee) - behead by King Herod

Jude- crucified

Matthias (one of Jude replacement) -he was stoned and behead

Judas - hang himself

John - natural death

James - throw from the pinnacle of the temple and then beaten to death

Simon - crucified

James ( Jesus brother) -  throw some 100 feet off a wall and still alive then enemies circled him and beat him to death with clubs

Paul-behead

           PERSECUTION HAVE ALREADY START FOR BELIEVER OF JESUS CHRIST  ! 

Get  up and prepare for action, Go out and tell them everything I tell you to say. Do not be afraid of them or I will make you look foolish in front of them.

      BETTER TO HAVE ALL MEN OUR ENEMIES THAN GOD OUR ENEMY

                    Be   A  WITNESS FOR   JESUS CHRIST !

Comment by Richard Julian Brundidge on August 4, 2014 at 5:45pm

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Comment by Dr. Robert L. Watts Jr. on July 24, 2014 at 12:10pm

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Comment by Michael Thompson on July 21, 2014 at 3:53pm

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