St Frederick Baptist Church
Marble Falls, Texas

Things You Should Know About Our Church

Our Church was founded in 1893
-Resided at the current location for 32 years
-The only African America led church in the city
-Have fed the hungry in the vicinity for 30 years through
Mission Outreach
-Feed 800-1,000 meals on Thanksgiving
-We believe in fellowshipping with churches of all
Denominations and races
-Despite the changes in many contemporary church’s
Programs, we feel evening worship services are important
-We believe in mission, domestic and foreign.
We encourage higher education both Spiritual and Secular.
We are very active in our community and are always willing
To support righteous causes.
Currently maintains two websites, Historic & Prophetic.

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052 – Family and Friends:

Many are more influenced by sermons you act than by sermons you preach:

Jesus Christ gave us many examples on how to follow Him.

Romans 12:10 Be kindly affectioned one to another with brotherly love; in honour preferring one another;

Jude 1:20 But ye, beloved, building up yourselves on your most holy faith, praying in the Holy Ghost,

True love beareth all things, believeth all things, hopeth all things, and endureth all things.

So Christ loved us, and that is how He hoped we would love each other.

There are many true Disciples of Christ who do more than some others of us.

There was a choice lady born with a severely handicapped body and a wonderfully large and gracious spirit who, as she accepted an honor for her special contributions to other handicapped persons, spoke of an incident of her childhood.

Playmates had called her names that reflected on her physical condition and caused her pain and tears.

When she reached home her father held her in his lap in his big strong arms and wept with her as he explained that he had anticipated that day, and that it would be a crucial one for her, and could be an opportune one if she would learn the lesson that could make her life fruitful and happy.

“Sweetheart,” he said, “what the children said about you is true, but it wasn’t fair and it wasn’t kind.

You do have a hump on your back and some other serious problems.

But that isn’t your fault.

It isn’t your parents’ fault or Heavenly Father’s fault.

It is one of those things that happen in this yet imperfect world.

What the boys and girls said is true, but it wasn’t fair and it wasn’t kind.

If all your life you will try to be fairer and more kind to others than some of them may sometimes be to you, then you will be happy, and your life will be full and useful.

That, she said, is what I have tried to do—just be more fair and kind to others than some of them have sometimes been to me.

Many of us have a father or mother, husband or wife, brother or sister, son, daughter, or friends who rejected us or the gospel we hold so precious.

We ought always to live with reference to eternity, feeling full of kindness, benevolence, charity and long suffering to all.

That is what God is doing for us; He has given help, the Holy Ghost.

He believed strongly in the role of the Spirit in nurturing our love for others.

When you get the Spirit of God, He taught, you feel full of kindness, charity, long-suffering, and you are willing all the daylong to be in harmony to everyone that which you want yourself be treated like.

You feel disposed all the daylong to do unto all others as you would wish them to do unto you.

God is our Father, we are His children, and we all ought to be brethren or sistren.

We ought to feel and act like brethren or sistren, and while we are striving to serve the Lord our God, with all our hearts, minds, souls and strength.

We ought, at the same time, to seek to love our neighbor as ourselves.

We ought to feel interested in their welfare, happiness and prosperity, and in anything and everything that will tend to promote their temporal and eternal good.

If we try to defraud our brother or sister, how can we expect God to bless us in that, for he or she is a child of our Heavenly Father just as much as we are?

And being His child He feels interested in their welfare, and if we try to take advantage to the injury of the Lord’s child; do you think He would be pleased with us?

We should so live that our love for each other can increase all the time, and not diminish, and have charity in our bosoms so that we may bear with one another’s infirmities, feeling that we are the children of God seeking to carry out His word and will and law.

And then treat everybody right, and the Holy Ghost can help us to do that.

We ought to be full of charity, of brotherly kindness and affection and love one towards another and love towards all men and woman.

We ought to feel as our Heavenly Father does.

Seek one another’s welfare, as the scripture says: Be kindly affectionate one to another with brotherly love; in honour preferring one another. (Romans 12:10)

You say that is rather hard; well, but you had better do it.

We are told to love our neighbor as ourselves.

If we can do this, and then prefer our neighbors to ourselves, and if there is a little advantage, put it on their side, we not only fulfill the law and the prophets, but the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Let us cultivate the spirit of love and kindness, and let every little unpleasantness be buried, and forgotten, never to be brought up again.

The gospel helps us cultivate love and unity, and the Holy Ghost will be there.

The religion that we have embraced, in its spiritual signification, brings us into communication one with another and helps us to love one another, and I wish there was a little more of that character among us, and that we loved one another a little better and considered one another’s interests a little more.

I wish we could sympathize with one another, and be full of loving kindness and generosity one towards each other.

I wish that we could feel that heavenly love continued, and that it was spreading and increasing, flowing, from the fountain of life, from God, from heart to heart as oil is poured from vessel to vessel, that harmony, sympathy, kindness and love might be universal among us.

This is what the gospel will do for us if we will only let it and let the Holy Ghost into our hearts.

We are gathered here under the inspiration of the Holy Ghost, and that as I before said, produces a unity of feeling and spirit, a oneness, kindness, and consideration that does not exist in the world and Jesus has said, “By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another. (John 13:35.)

And how is it said, we are of this nation or group or race, as the case may be?


The Spirit of God and the Holy Ghost, which we obtained through obedience to the requirements of the gospel, having been born again, of the water and of the Spirit, has made us of one heart, one faith, one baptism; we have no national or class divisions of that kind among us, we are all His children.

If good people are suffering for the common necessaries of life, the scriptures say, if a man having this world’s goods see his brother or sister in need, and shutteth up his bowels of compassion, how dwelleth the love of God in him? (1 John 3:17)

And in regard to those matters, we ought to look to the wants of everybody.

Do not let us make paupers of them; but let us treat them as brothers and sisters, as good, honorable men and women; let us see that they are provided for.

I would greatly rather that you would take, say a sack of flour, some beef, sugar, some butter and cheese, and clothing, and fuel, and such comforts and conveniences their life, and thus try to make people feel happy, than all the prayers you could offer up to the Lord about it; and He would rather see it too.

That is the proper way to do things and the Holy Ghost will verify it too.

In receiving blessings ourselves, try to distribute them, and God will bless and guide us in the ways of peace and greater happiness.

A man came to Jesus on one occasion and asked him, which was the greatest commandment.

The Savior answered him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.

This is the first and great commandment.

And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. (Matthew 22:37–39)

Can we do that, yes, and with the help of the Holy Ghost?

It is sometimes hard work, is it not?

We too frequently feel we would rather put two dollars in our own pocket than one in our neighbor’s do we not?

Treat everybody well, and do what is right to everybody, and cultivate the spirit of kindness towards all.

Try to promote the welfare of your neighbors and make them feel as comfortable as you can; and God will bless us, and we will bless one another.

We show love by forgiving others and by seeking their forgiveness.

Treat one another aright.

Have you sinned one against another?

Then go and make restitution.

Have you defrauded one another?

Go and make it right.

Have you spoken unkindly to your brother or sister?

Then go and acknowledge your wrong, and ask to be forgiven, promising to do better in the future.

And then he or she might say, on the other hand, yes, and I said so and so the other day, won’t you please forgive me?

How much better and how much more in keeping with the calling of a worthy person of God; such a course would be than to harbor hard feelings in the heart.

Let us treat one another with kindness and one another’s reputation with respect, and feel after one another’s welfare, treating everybody as we would like God to treat us.

And then, when we come to the Lord, we can say, Father, forgive us of our trespasses, as we forgive them that trespass against us, (Matthew 6:12, 14) for if we do not forgive our brother or sister, how can we expect our Heavenly Father to forgive us?

If we have had any difficulty with our neighbor, let us endeavor to make it right.

Say, brother or sister so and so, my conscience rather troubles me about something I said about you or did to you, or some deal I had in which I got the advantage of you, and I have come to make it right, for I am determined to do right, no matter what other people do, or say.

If someone, by taking a wrong course, act imprudently and seek to injure us, shall we seek to injure them?

No, we will try to do them all the good we can.

But that is not natural, and the Holy Ghost will witness to us.

But then we ought to be changed from nature to grace.

Jesus stated ye have heard that it hath been said; Thou shalt love thy neighbour, and hate thine enemy.

Matthew 5:43–44 But I say unto you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which despitefully use you, and persecute you, etc.

When you have done all that and met all the requirements of the law, what more can be asked of you?


If there be trouble existing between me and anybody else, I would meet them half way, yes, I would meet them three quarters of the way, or even all of the way.

I would feel like yielding; I would say, I do not want to quarrel; I want to be a child of God, a worthy person, and have the Holy Ghost as my companion.

I have set out for purity, virtue, brotherhood, sisterhood, and for obedience to the laws of God on earth, and for thrones and principalities and dominions in the eternal worlds, and I will not allow such trivial affairs to interfere with my prospects and goals.

I am for life, eternal lives, and eternal exaltations in the kingdom of God.

Forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us.

Do you constantly think of that?

We get down upon our knees and many of us think we are pretty decent fellows; but there is Brother or Sister, So-and-so, he or she does not do exactly right, and I do not like him very well, and I have been talking about him or her a little, for he or she has done me an injury, and I would like to have full retribution, but, O God, won’t you forgive my sins?

I will, says the Lord, on condition that you forgive your brother or sister, and only on that condition.

If thou bring thy gift to the altar, and there remembers that thy brother or sister hath ought against thee; leave there thy gift before the altar, and go thy way; first be reconciled to thy brother or sister, and then come and offer thy gift. (Matthew 5:23–24)

When this law is act in accordance with, then we can say, forgive our trespasses as we forgive those that trespass against us.

In our present condition, if the Lord were to answer our prayers, many of us would not be forgiven.

If we want the entire people to be good as God wants us to be, let us be good as we can ourselves.

Let us that says to another, you must not steal, steal not yourself.

You that teach your brother or sister not to speak evil of his neighbor, do you refrain from doing it yourself?

We should operate for one another’s interest, having sympathetic feelings for each other.

We are supposed to be brothers and sisters in the church and kingdom of God, knit together by the everlasting ties of the everlasting Gospel, not for time only, but for eternity.

Hence all our operations should be for that end, founded on the principles of righteousness, families, and friendship.

We should follow the Savior’s perfect example of love.

Our feelings towards the world of mankind, generally, ought to be the same as Jesus manifested to them.

Jesus sought to promote their welfare, and our motto ought ever to be the same as His was, peace on earth and good will to men. (Luke 2:14)

No matter who they are or what they are we should seek to promote the happiness and welfare of all of Adam and Eve’s race, for we are His children.

If we make any little stumbles the Savior acts not as a foolish, vindictive man or woman, to knock another person down.

He is full of kindness, long suffering, and forbearance, and treats everybody with kindness and courtesy.

These are the feelings we wish to indulge in and be governed by; these are the principles, and this is the spirit that ought to motivate every one the world; and by which we ought to govern our lives and actions.

If Jesus, when upon the earth, could patiently endure the scoffs, sneers and reproaches of others which were so indiscriminately heaped upon Him; if we are in possession of the principles which were spoken by Him, we can afford also to cherish the same noble and generous feelings that dwelt in His bosom.

Jesus came here according to the foreordained plan and purpose of God pertaining to the human family as the Only Begotten of the Father full of grace and truth.

He came to offer Himself a sacrifice, the just for the unjust; to meet the requirements of a broken law, that the human family were incapable of meeting, to rescue them from the ruins of the fall, to deliver them from the power of death to which all peoples had been subjected by the transgression of a law, and He Himself; offered himself, the Son of God, as competent propitiation for the sins of the world.

And when He was opposed, rejected, cast out, spat upon and maligned; and again, when He was crucified, He [said], Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do. (Luke 23:34)

He taught that it was written in the law in olden times, that there should be “an eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth:” but, says He, “I say unto you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which despitefully use you, and persecute you; that ye may be the children of your Father which is in heaven: for he maketh his sun to rise on the evil and on the good, and sendeth rain on the just and on the unjust. (Matthew 5:38–39, 44–45)

These were principles worthy of a God; these were feelings that if cherished by the human family, would elevate them from that low, groveling position in which they are laboring, would place them on a more elevated platform, would bring them into communion with their Heavenly Father and prepare them for an association with the Gods in the eternal worlds.

Genesis 3:5 For God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.

John 10:35 If he called them gods, unto whom the word of God came, and the scripture cannot be broken;

Psalm 82:6 I have said, Ye are gods; and all of you are children of the most High.

At some time in our life, everyone is conscious of a desire to come in touch with the Infinite and the Holy Ghost give us more of those feeling.

Our spirit reaches out for God, because we are sons and daughters of God.

This sense of feeling is universal, and everyone ought to be, in deepest truth, engaged in the same great work, the search for and the development of spiritual peace and freedom.

The person who closes the door behind them, who draws the curtains, and there in silence pleads with God for help, should first pour out his soul in gratitude for health, for family, for friends, for loved ones, for the gospel, for the manifestations of God's existence and repent.

They should first count their many blessings and name them one by one.

No one can sincerely resolve to apply to their daily life the teachings of Jesus Christ, without sensing a change in their own nature.

The phrase, 'born again', has a deeper significance than many people attach to it.

This changed feeling may be indescribable, but it is real.

Motherhood is the greatest potential influence either for good or ill in human life.

The mother's image is the first that stamps itself on the unwritten page of the young child's mind.

It is her caress that first awakens a sense of security; her kiss, the first realization of affection; her sympathy and tenderness, the first assurance that there is love in the world.

Children are more influenced by sermons you act than by sermons you preach.

I have but one thought in my heart for the young folks of the Church and that is that they be happy.

Being happy is a secret to Godliness, peace, and the companionship of the Holy Ghost.

If you are not happy, work at it, and it will grow.

For anger and hate is like cancer, it spreads and finally it kill you.

I know of no other place than home where more happiness can be found in this life.

It is possible to make home a bit of heaven; indeed, I picture heaven to be a continuation of the ideal home.

If your home is not happy, do your part and when you get married, you can make your home part of heaven, too.

True happiness comes only by making others happy, the practical application of the Savior's doctrine of losing one's life to gain it.

In short, the Christmas spirit is the Christ spirit; that makes our hearts glow in brotherly and sisterly love and friendship and prompts us to do kind deeds of services.

It is glorious when you can lie down at night with a clear conscience that you have done your best not to offend anyone and have injured no one.

You have tried to cleanse your heart of all unrighteousness, and if you put forth precious effort you can sense as you pray to God to keep you that night that He accepts your effort.

Pearls of wisdom: (The Holy Ghost will guide us to many more.)

You have a sense that you are God's child, a person whose soul God wants to save.

You have the strength to resist evil with the help of the Holy Ghost.

You also have the realization that you have made the world better for having been in it.

These and countless other virtues and conditions are all wrapped up in the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Why is it important in our associations with others to remember that all people are children of our Heavenly Father?

What can we do to help us feel as our Heavenly Father does toward others?

What are some ways you have seen people seek one another’s welfare?

How must we live so that our love for each other can increase all the time and not diminish?

What can we do to accomplish this with our families and friends?

In what ways has the gospel helped you cultivate love for others?

What opportunities do you have to help those who are suffering for the common necessaries of life?

How can we know the best way to respond to these situations?

How should we resolve conflicts with others?

How can we increase our love for those who disagree with us?

Why is it important to forgive others?

How does our forgiveness of others influence our ability to feel the Spirit?

How does refusing to forgive others affect us?

How can we avoid giving offense to others or being offended ourselves?

How can we overcome our pride to ask someone for forgiveness?

What examples has the Savior provided concerning love and forgiveness?

How has His example helped you love or forgive others?


How long is Eternity?

This life is very short compared to Eternity, this is a test for us here.

Whether we live a few moments in the mother’s womb or 150 years old, compared to the Eternities, this life is nothing, we are here to choose the right and marry and raise a family of children unto God.

Families are forever with God.

The Apostle Paul talks about the 3 Kingdoms or Glories.

1 Corinthians 15:40 There are also celestial bodies, and bodies terrestrial : but the glory of the celestial is one, and the glory of the terrestrial is another.

1 Corinthians 15:41 There is one glory of the sun , and another glory of the moon , and another glory of the stars : for one star differeth from another star in glory.

Three Kingdoms of Glory:

There are three kingdoms of glory: the celestial kingdom, the terrestrial kingdom, and the telestial kingdom. The glory we inherit will depend on the depth of our conversion, expressed by our obedience to the Lord's commandments. It will depend on the manner in which we have "received the testimony of Jesus".

Celestial Kingdom – Like the - Sun :

The celestial kingdom is the highest of the three kingdoms of glory.

Those in this kingdom will dwell forever in the presence of God the Father and His Son Jesus Christ.

This should be our goal: to inherit celestial glory and to help others receive that great blessing as well.

Such a goal is not achieved in one attempt; it is the result of a lifetime of righteousness and constancy of purpose.

The celestial kingdom is the place prepared for those who have "received the testimony of Jesus" and been "made perfect through Jesus the mediator of the new covenant, who wrought out this perfect atonement through the shedding of his own blood".

To inherit this gift, we must receive the ordinances of salvation, keep the commandments, and repent of our sins.

"All who have died without a knowledge of this gospel, who would have received it if they had been permitted to tarry, shall be heirs of the celestial kingdom of God; "Also all that shall die henceforth without a knowledge of it, who would have received it with all their hearts, shall be heirs of that kingdom;

"For I, the Lord, will judge all men according to their works, according to the desire of their hearts".

"I also beheld that all children who die before they arrive at the years of accountability are saved in the celestial kingdom of heaven".

There are three degrees within the celestial kingdom.

To be exalted in the highest degree and continue eternally in family relationships, we must enter into "the new and everlasting covenant of marriage" and be true to that covenant.

In other words, temple marriage is a requirement for obtaining the highest degree of celestial glory.

All who are worthy to enter into the new and everlasting covenant of marriage will have that opportunity, whether in this life or the next.

Love Heavenly Father, Love the Lord Jesus Christ, and Love the Holy Ghost, Be Beloved, Be Holy, Bowels of Mercies, Do All Your Duties, Forbearing One Another, Forgiving, Helping the Poor, Humbleness of Mind, Keep The Commandments, Kindness, Longsuffering, Meekness, Repent and Forsake

Terrestrial Kingdom – Like the - Moon :

Those who inherit terrestrial glory will "receive of the presence of the Son, but not of the fulness of the Father.

Wherefore, they are bodies terrestrial, and not bodies celestial, and differ in glory as the moon differs from the sun".

Generally speaking, individuals in the terrestrial kingdom will be honorable people "who were blinded by the craftiness of men".

This group will include members of the Church who were "not valiant in the testimony of Jesus".

It will also include those who rejected the opportunity to receive the gospel in mortality but who later received it in the postmortal spirit world.

Love Heavenly Father, Love the Lord Jesus Christ, and Love the Holy Ghost, Be Beloved, Be Holy, Bowels of Mercies, Do All Your Duties, Forbearing One Another, Forgiving, Helping the Poor, Humbleness of Mind, Keep The Commandments, Kindness, Longsuffering, Meekness, Repent and Forsake

Telestial Kingdom – Like the - Stars :

As one star differ from another star in glory.

Telestial glory will be reserved for individuals who "received not the gospel of Christ, neither the testimony of Jesus".

These individuals will receive their glory after being redeemed from spirit prison, which is sometimes called hell.

Anger, Blasphemy, Concupiscence, Covetousness, Discord, Disobedience, Doing Contrary to the Laws of God, Envy, Evil, False Witness, Filthy Communication, Fornication, Gluttony, Graven Image, Greed, Hath, Did Not Honour Thy Father and Mother, Idolatry, Inordinate Affection, Keep the Sabbath Day, Laziness, Lust, Lying, Malice, Mischief, Neglecting, No Other Gods, Piety, Pride, Shalt Not Bear False Witness Against Thy Neighbour, Shalt Not Commit Adultery, Shalt Not Covet Thy Neighour's Property, Shalt Not Kill, Shalt Not Steal, Sloth, Take Lords Name In Vain, Triumphing over Others, Uncleanness, Wicked Imaginations, Wrath, and Etc.

Perdition :

Some people will not be worthy to dwell in any kingdom of glory.

A place of outer darkness.

They will be called "the sons of perdition" and will have to "abide a kingdom which is not a kingdom of glory".

This will be the state of "those who know [God's] power, and have been made partakers thereof, and suffered themselves through the power of the devil to be overcome, and to deny the truth and defy [God's] power".

Hands that Shed Innocent Blood

Denied the Holy Ghost


Daniel 12:4 But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased.
(Why would the Lord tells us about another book will come forth in the Latter Days?)
(What are the words and the book the Lord is telling Daniel about, which will come in the last days? The Holy Bible is already here? So what is the other book, Daniel is talking about in the last days. It cannot be the Holy Bible; it must be some other book?)
(We have had horse and buggy to thousands of year, and since early 1800’s, man has been inventing things and now we are into space, so where is that other book other than the bible?)

Daniel 12:9 And he said, Go thy way, Daniel: for the words are closed up and sealed till the time of the end.
(Again, the Lord is telling us about a sealed book. Is there a book other than the Bible,.)
(God said it twice, another book to be reviled in last days. What is that other book? I am sure it would be like unto the Bible, having similar teaching, but a different book? Or did God forget about another book for us in the last days. And why until the last days, unless it has more meat to the text and the people were not ready for such meat then.)

Ezekiel 37:16 Moreover, thou son of man, take thee one stick, and write upon it, For Judah, and for the children of Israel his companions: then take another stick, and write upon it, For Joseph, the stick of Ephraim and for all the house of Israel his companions:
(Stick = Book or a Bible, Judah = Old and New Testament, David = Linage same as Jesus Christ)
(Joseph, the stick of Ephraim = Another Book or Bible, different from the Holy Bible.)
(Ephraim was the son of Joseph that was sold into Egypt, by his brothers. Another stick or Bible type Book will have to come forth like unto the Bible. It will be another witness of Jesus Christ. Which is, like onto the Holy Bible. Line up line, here a little, there a little, or give baby milk before meat. The Lord gave the Holy Bible like milk before another Book or another Bible type was like meat.)
(Where is it?)

Ezekiel 37:17 And join them one to another into one stick; and they shall become one in thine hand.
(The Holy Bible and the other Book or other Bible, tells about Jehovah and Jesus Christ and His teachings in both parts of the world.)
(When we join them together, which means for us to believe that they are both just as important as the other, and that they are both from Him.)
(The Bible and this other Book will tell about Jehovah or Jesus and His teachings in both parts of the world.)
(When we join them together, which means for us to believe that they are both just as important as the other, and that they are both from Jehovah or Jesus?)

Revelation 14:6 And I saw another angel fly in the midst of heaven, having the everlasting gospel to preach unto them that dwell on the earth, and to every nation, and kindred, and tongue, and people,
(Revelations is for us in the Last Days...)
(A gospel for the Last Days called the Everlasting Gospel or another Book or another Bible that has to be brought to all nations, kindreds, tongues, and people.)
(The Holy Bible and the other Book or another Bible is His teachings for us in the Last Days.)
(The Holy Bible is already here for thousands of years, but in the Last Days, is another Book or another Bible, which has never been seen before by man, until the Last Days. Many will reject it, for they will say, a bible, a bible, who needs another bible, we have a bible, and that is all we need. Not what God’s wants them to have.)

The Lord Jesus Christ, wants the best for you in these Latter-days and it is this sealed book just for you which is not the Bible. The Bible and this other Book will be one in His hand in the Last Days before Armageddon and go to all nations round the world.

Matthew 5:19 Whosoever therefore shall break one of these least commandments, and shall teach men so, he shall be called the least in the kingdom of heaven: but whosoever shall do and teach them, the same shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven.

In the Sacred and Holy Name of Jesus Christ, Amen

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