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Midway Bible Baptist Church - Fishersville, Virginia

We believe God's people are a holy people, separated from the world, and manifesting the fruit of the Spirit in their lives. We also believe and use only the King James Bible.


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From our Pastor:

Listen to this 1st in a series from our Pastor regarding

Knowing The Holy Spirit 1

Knowing The Holy Spirit 2

Praying In The Holy Ghost

Praying In The Holy Ghost 2

Praying In The Holy Ghost 3



Proverbs 4:18 says"The path of the just is as a shining light, that shineth more and more unto the perfect day."   Sounds to me that the Christian will grow in his walk with God, and there will be some of God's glowing grace, influence, or should I say Godliness that will be seen in their life. Jesus is The Light of the world, and if a person puts on the Lord Jesus Christ, it only seems logical that they will have a glow, or be a lesser light as he represents the presence of God in his life. This glow isn't because of man's abilities or talents or gifts, it's the light that God puts in a person when He enters their life. Now the writer of Proverbs says it will increase over time and become more evident and clearer that they are just and walking in the light of God's word. This agrees with what Jesus said of how a true believer will continue and bear more fruit in their life. Many songs we sing teach this great truth of the saint shining brighter as they mature in the faith and become steadfast and blameless Sons of God.  Their influence increases, their testimony is louder, and their walk straighter, all causes them to shine on for the Lord.  The Path of the Just is a walk with the Lord like the great saint, Enoch, that walked so close to God that He took him home with Him. It's the path of the righteous that glows with the good works that they are being used to do  by the Holy Ghost to glorify the Father in Heaven.  “This little light of mine…” the children song so says, “I'm going to let it shine, hide it under a bushel, no I'm going to let it shine.” Another one of their songs says, “I’ll be a sunbeam for Jesus to shine for Him each day, in every way try to please Him at home at school at play." these song writers

They must have been setting under some good preaching, and no doubt walking with God themselves to write such great doctrine.               

Pastor Owen


(Feel free to contact me with comments or questions: Pastor Owen)

Be sure to read this article by Bro. Mike Miller: If In This Life Only

 Audio messages:
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·         Trying the Spirits 1 - Pastor Richard Owen 

·         Trying the Spirits 2 - Pastor Richard Owen 

·         Trying the Spirits 3 - Pastor Richard Owen 

·         Saving Faith - Pastor Richard Owen

·         Are You Seeking to Be Approved by God or Man - Pastor Richard Owen

·         He That Walketh In Darkness - Pastor Richard Owen

·         The Saviour and the Sinner - Pastor Richard Owen

Comments and Questions from readers and our answers

Is the call of God to service permanent?
What toys should children play with?
Is it really wrong for a man to have more than one wife?

Messages in RealAudio:

·         The Cost of Discipleship - Pastor Richard Owen

·         I Am Persuaded - Mike Miller

·         Listen to more audio messages

Music by the Miller Family

Romans 7 - Why Does It Matter?
Romans 7 - The Bible Doesn't Contradict Itself?
Romans 7 - What is Sin and What Does God Do About it? (8/21/2005)

Check out the new Provoking Thoughts Section
We have added more links and reading material.

Topics of Interest

Original Sin  (Click here)

Sinning Religion?  (Click here) or (Click here)

Idolatry  (Click here)

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