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A sermon by Robert Browning, Pastor, First Baptist Church, Frankfort, Ky. John 12:1-8 I wonder what Mary had in mind for this expensive perfume. Was she keeping it for an emergency or to take care of her in her old age? It was, after all, worth over a year’s wages, and could be sold for […] Read More

A sermon by Jim Somerville, Pastor, First Baptist Church, Richmond, Va. The Fifth Sunday in Lent John 12:1-8 Today we conclude a Lenten sermon series called “Teach us to number our days,” based on a line from Psalm 90 where Moses says, “The days of our years are threescore years and ten, and if by […] Read More

A sermon delivered by Robert Browning, Pastor Smoke Rise Baptist Church, Stone Mountain, Ga. on March 21, 2010. John 12:1-8 Evidently there was no ban on perfume in Bethany the day that Mary anointed Jesus while he was a guest in her home. There is a ban on wearing perfe in Detroit, however, if you […] Read More