Treasures of Truth Ministries
Preaching The Gospel, Defending The Truth!

Jimmy Stallard
Founder of Treasures of Truth Ministries
         Stephen Stallard
        
Director of Treasures of Truth Ministries  &
            Pastor of Mosaic Baptist Church
            Brooklyn, NY
Stephen Stallard - Lead Pastor Mosaic Baptist Church

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NOTICE:  As of July 2018, Treasures of Truth Ministires is NO Longer a 501c3 Non-Profit


Welcome to the Treasures of Truth Ministries

Message from the Founder

Treasures of Truth Ministries is a ministry that focuses on revival, apologetics, and evangelism.  Our ministry is a family oriented ministry whose purpose is to preach the gospel and defend the truth. 

Welcome and thank you for visiting our Treasures of Truth Ministries web site.

Treasures of Truth Ministries is a ministry that focuses on revival, apologetics, and evangelism. It is a family oriented ministry whose purpose is to preach the gospel and defend the truth. We have two basic goals:

  • To strengthen Christians in their Biblical faith.
  • To help individuals come to know Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.
My latest book, entitled "Facing The Sons Of Thunder" deals with conflict in the Church and how to resolve those conflicts. This 250-page, hard cover book, published by Evangel Publications, is a much needed presentation of Biblical principles for dealing with conflict in the Church and presents conflict resolutions in the Church. 
Click here for more info.

Facing The Sons of Thunder

We hope you enjoy the materials on our website and find it encouraging to your faith.  You can browse our website by clicking the navigation buttons above. 

          Jimmy Stallard - Founder



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God Speaks To Today's World 
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ALL Things

“And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose” (Romans 8.28).

This masterpiece from the pen of the Apostle Paul has served as a tremendous source of encouragement to struggling Christians throughout the centuries. many people have looked with fear upon their circumstances, only to be driven to the Word of God. Once there, many cling desperately to this verse, daring to hope that it is true.

But the problem that many of us face is this: we have a suspicion somewhere in the back of our minds that, maybe, just maybe, not ALL things work out for our good. We try to bravely suppress such thoughts, knowing that good Christians merely trust God. But deep within, we hear whispers of doubt as they echo throughout our soul.

Faith is easy when life is good, and every day is sunny. But it’s in the dark night of the soul that we look to the promise of Romans 8.28. All things work together for good….We know what it says, and we try to believe that it’s true. Yet our heart and mind rebel against our spirit, telling us that not ALL things work together for good.

Sickness, bills, failing grades, and satanic opposition bring many Christians to their knees. They look up into the skies and see the glimmer of hope that is Romans 8.28. And so they recite these hallowed words: “And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.” Can it really be true? Life seems to tell us a different story, one of heartache and despair, chaos and defeat.

I am convinced that God wants to hear our doubts as well as our professions of faith. Time and time again the Psalmist bared his soul before God, and let the all-seeing Lord know how he truly felt. The Psalmist understood, however, that his doubt must give way to faith, because God is on His throne. And He works ALL things together for good.

It doesn’t make sense, and form our perspective, it isn’t rational. But Romans 8.28 is still in the Bible, and it’s followed up by Paul’s magnum opus:

For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, Nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord” (Romans 8.38-39).

Nothing can separate us from God’s love. He’s always there, picking up the pieces of our shattered lives and pouring out his matchless grace. He works all things together for good. ALL things. It doesn’t make sense to my finite human mind. But then again, it’s not supposed to. My job is to believe that God meant what He said. And so I choose to believe in the promise of Romans 8.28. I dare to hope.

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Special Book Review

Book Review by Jimmy Stallard

Except Ye Repent

Author:  Harry A. Ironside

It seems that the doctrine of repentance for salvation is at the heart of major controversy of the church in modern times. One extreme pours works and obedience into the definition of faith and the other extreme refuses to deal with sin as a part of receiving Christ for salvation. This confusion could be alleviated if the church would get back to some of the writings of H. A. Ironside. Specifically, his book Except Ye Repent, written in 1937, deals with the subject of repentance in a thorough and convincing fashion helping the reader come to a balanced and satisfying view...

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Today's Category: Jesus of Nazareth
Today's Quiz: Jesus' Arrest and Trial
    1.) How do we know that Jesus knew in advance that he would be betrayed before the Passover?
           He told the disciples two days before the Passover that He was to be betrayed and crucified.
           He frequently spoke of the fact that He was going to be crucified.
           His mother had told Him from His earliest youth that He would be crucified.
           We don't know.
    2.) Which prophet prophesied that Jesus would be betrayed for thirty pieces of silver?
           Isaiah
           Daniel
           Zechariah
           Jeremiah
    3.) What did Jesus give to Judas as a sign that he was to betray Him?
           Glass of wine
           Bread
           Jar of honey
           Bag of coins
    4.) Where was Jesus when He was arrested?
           The temple
           A garden
           The upper room
           A courtyard
    5.) How many people came to arrest Jesus?
           A large crowd with swords and clubs.
           A legion of Roman soldiers.
           The chief priest and the temple scribes.
           The temple guards.
    6.) Who was the chief priest who had Jesus arrested?
           Caiaphas
           Ananias
           Pilate
           Zechariah
    7.) On what charge did the Jewish court sentence Jesus to death?
           Murder
           Blasphemy
           False witness
           Theft
    8.) What was the name of the prisoner the people wanted released instead of Jesus?
           Barnabas
           Haman
           Barabbas
           Shalmaneser
    9.) Why did Pilate's wife send him a message?
           She was seeking his company.
           She was afraid of Jesus.
           She was afraid of Barabbas.
           She'd had a frightening dream.
    10.) Who was told to carry Jesus' cross for Him?
           Joseph of Arimathea
           John
           Simon the Cyrenian
           Peter

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