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Weekly Recap: March 29-April 3

For those of you who may have missed one of our posts this past week, here are  the quick links to get you caught up.  Each of these posts will help you in navigating your feelings and fears during this current crisis.  Please feel free to share them on social media, email them or in some way share them with others.  Also is a special, free edition from Pressing On magazine compliments of Mark Roberts.


Sunday Seed Thoughts:  Today is a Special Day



Word of the Week: Calm



How Christians Can Cope With the Coronavirus?



A Passage To Ponder:  Joshua 1:6-9



How To See Through the Darkness



What Sinners Can Teach Saints





In addition here are three past posts that you will find helpful and encouraging.


Sunday Seed Thoughts:  Home Bound Worship




When Adversity Strikes




10 Bible Admonitions to Encourage Us.



Thanks for reading ThePreachersWord.  May God continue to bless, comfort and protect you during these difficult times.  “For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind” (2 Tim. 1:7)

God bless.

Ken Weliever, The Preacherman


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A Passage To Ponder: Joshua 1:6-9

What is success? How do you define it? What are the essentials of success? And how do you know when you’ve achieved success?

Google “success” and you will incredibly get 5,440,000,000 hits in .48 seconds. Go to Amazon and you find there are over 90,000 books written about success. All of these sources are filled with formulas, fundamentals and principles for achieving success in a given area of life. Continue reading


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How Christians  Can Cope With Coronavirus Concerns

In response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, my friend and preaching colleague, Mark Roberts, who’s the editor of Pressing On, has dedicated the April issue to many of the concerns Christians have during this unprecedented time in our history.

Today’s blog post offers you a link to receive this issue free, compliments of Mark. In it you will find scriptural and timely articles that will help you navigate the maze of questions and challenges you may be dealing with Continue reading


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Weekly Recap: March 22-28

This week has been one of the busiest weeks in terms of visitors and hits in our 8+ year history.  Thank you for reading.  Signing up to follow.  And for so many who’ve offered comments, suggestions, observations and asked questions.  Thank you.  Hopefully, this little blog is serving even a greater purpose for so many who are “shut in” during these unusual and unprecedented times.

For those of you who may have missed one of our posts this past week, here are the quick links to get you caught up.

Sunday Seed Thoughts:  10 Suggestions for Home Bound Christians



Word of the Week:Prudence



Is it Wrong for Churches to Cancel Services?




A Passage To Ponder:  Luke 9:23-24



How To Feel Peace When Plagued with Problems?




Is it Wrong To Observe the Lord’s Supper at Home?




May God bless, protect and give you strength, courage and peace as we all rely on Him during this “present distress.”


–Ken Weliever, The Preacherman

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Sunday Seed Thoughts: 10 Suggestions For Home Bound Christians

Today is an odd and abnormal day for many Christians in the United States and around the world.

Because of health concerns caused by the global pandemic of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) many churches have cancelled their Bible classes and Sunday worship services.

This post is not about the decision of churches and shepherds to cancel public gatherings. It’s about the reality.

So, what is a Christian to do today? Here are 10 suggestions. Continue reading


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Weekly Recap: March 15-21

For those of you who may have missed one of our posts this past week, here’s a brief summary. And the quick links to get you caught up.


Word of the Week:  Enlightenment

“The Age of Enlightenment” was ironically a period of spiritual darkness in many ways.  God’s offers true enlightenment.  The post sheds Biblical light to help in your quest for Truth, personal insight and direction in your life.



Ancient Advice For Our Current Crisis

3,400 years ago Moses gave Joshua some sound advice as he was about to lead Israel into the promised land.  That counsel will serve us as well as we deal with an unseen enemy that is evoking worry, fear and even panic.



A Passage To Ponder:   Luke 4:1-13

This post deals with Jesus’temptation.  How we’re tempted in the same way today.  And how we overcome temptation and put the devil to flight.



Making Plans

Cancelled.  Post posted.  Delayed. Until further notice.  These are the messages today regarding everything from sporting events, to travel plans, and even a trip to the beach.  What can we learn about making plans in view of the present distress?


10 Bible Admonitions To Encourage Us

A constant flow of information regarding the global pandemic of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) may be helpful in some ways to keep us informed, but you need more.  You need encouragement from God’s Word.  This post offers 10 Bible passages for your thoughtful and prayerful consideration.


This, Too, Shall Pass.

This post published two years ago is relevant to our current crisis.  It is not meant for your concerns to be taken lightly, but offers a perspective that will help you cope with whatever feelings you are experiencing.


Thanks for our readers for your many kind and encouraging comments about our recent posts.  If they’re helpful to you, pass them on.  To other Christians, as well as your non-Christian friends.    Stay strong.  Keep the faith.  Pray fervently. And trust in God.

God bless.

–Ken Weliever, The  Preacherman


Here’s a quote from Oswald Chambers that seems particularly relevant today.  “The remarkable thing about God is that when you fear Godyou fear nothing else, whereas if you do not fear Godyou fear everything else.”




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Weekly Recap: March 8-14

For those of you who may have missed one of our posts this past week, here’s a brief summary.  And the quick links to get you caught up.


Word of the Week:  Doer

Looking in the mirror won’t correct your problems, but it does show they exist. However, seeing they exist and actually doing something about them is two different things.


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