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“But at midnight Paul and Silas were praying and singing hymns to God, and the prisoners were listening to them.” ‭‭Acts‬ ‭16:25‬ ‭NKJV‬‬ more
Growing up in a small town where everyone knew everyone else, my Grandpa was the town elder, respected and loved by all. He was a man of strong faith and was always quoting Bible verses to keep his family on the straight and narrow. more
How many here have family members who are not saved? Every hand, it seemed, went up. This was a ladies retreat — international in scope — and the more than 100 ladies all had things in common. They had problems that only God could solve. more
Trinity Trio sing Sunday, March 19, at 11 a.m. at Friendship Baptist Church, on Highway 411.———To submit Church Activities for publication in the Cleveland Daily Banner, email them to … more
God's Lighthouse Tabernacle International Ministries (310 20th St. SE, in Cleveland) is hosting its Kingdom Takeover Apostolic Gathering 2023, March 10-17. For registration information, email … more
It surely appeared that Israel was in a predicament. During the night, the camp had been surrounded by the Syrian army (2 Kings 16:8-14 KJV). more

Family disputes are the hardest to handle for sure. No doubt there are numerous contributing factors that make that true, but none greater than the simple truth that we are family and like it or not, we are connected … for life. If we don’t get it right, it will be forever wrong. It will hang over us like a dark cloud that prevents the sun from illuminating our path. We can’t escape it because we are... connected... by blood.

Grandpa loved to tell funny stories. One day, he was at a political event where they were releasing hot air balloons into the sky. As the balloons rose higher and higher, the grandpa couldn't help but think about all the "hot air" and empty promises he had heard from politicians. more
It’s not just good advice, it’s a message that should influence the way we live our life. We start hearing it from our parents as toddlers. We don’t remember the first time, but there were other times as well, many other times. You would think that we would never forget it but so many times in life we just fast forward right past this valuable truth. more
Grandpa had always been a hardworking man, a man of faith and integrity. He lived on a farm, where he worked tirelessly to provide for his family and to keep the land fruitful. But one day, he woke up to find that his farm tools had been stolen, and he was devastated. more
Our recent bleak days have taken a toll on feelings. But when I pulled into my driveway the other day, a clump of yellow caught my eye. Jonquils were nodding their “spring welcome” in the edge of the trees. My spirit brightened with their sunny appearance. more
Trinity Trio will be guest singers at Conasauga Baptist Church in Etowah, Sunday, March 5, at 10:30 a.m.———Shiloh Baptist Church (358 64 Highway, Ocoee, TN 37361) is hosting Lee University's … more
Eastview Chapel Church (1393 East View Circle, Georgetown) will host singer Crystle Elam Saturday, Feb. 25, at 7 p.m.———The Perrys will be singing at Boanerges Baptist Church … more
Epitaphs. They’ve been around for quite a long time but it was during the latter part of the European Renaissance, the 15th and 16th centuries, that epitaphs became popular. Michelangelo finished a statue in 1504 depicting the Hebrew prophet-prodigy-king David as a muscular Greek athlete. This was evidence of the mental and social paradigm shift that had taken place as culture exchanged the Middle Ages for the promising modern age that was on the horizon. more
Do people know what God looks like when they look at you as a Christian? more
Once upon a time, there was a man named Grandpa who lived a long and fulfilling life. He had seen and experienced many things in his time on earth, but there was one thing that remained constant throughout his life, and that was his faith in God. more
Eastview Chapel Church (1393 East View Circle, Georgetown) will host singer Crystle Elam Saturday, Feb. 25, at 7 p.m.———To submit items for publication in the Cleveland Daily Banner, email them … more

“Let the beauty of Jesus be seen in me, All His wonderful passion and purity, Oh, Thou Spirit divine, all my nature refine, Till the beauty of Jesus be seen in me.”

Trinity Trio will sing at Walnut Grove Baptist Church Sunday, Feb. 19, at 10 a.m.———To submit items for publication in the Cleveland Daily Banner, email them to; mail … more
If you have been reading the last few chapters of Hebrews, you have run across the name Melchizedek multiple times. The fact that his name is mentioned so frequently all of a sudden indicates that there is something important that we should take away as we unpack this portion of scripture. more
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