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About dbfiore

I was born a wretched sinner, utterly lost and without hope. But by the grace of God, I am a redeemed member of God's holy family, and I will live forever with my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, to the everlasting glory of the father.

Imago Dei

Then God said, “Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness; and let them rule over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the sky and over the cattle and over all the earth, … Continue reading

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No Fear!

Sermon text: Isaiah 44:1-8 In last week’s passage, we say how our loving God is merciful and generous to his people.  He is merciful and generous even though his people are sinful.  He is merciful and generous even though he … Continue reading

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A God who loves his people

This sermon is on Isaiah 43:14-28.  It was preached at Red Mills Baptist Church on March 22, 2020.  Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, it was meant to be live-streamed, but we had problems with the connection. I’m going to take … Continue reading

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Forgiveness

Preached at Red Mills Baptist Church, Sunday December 29th 2019 It is customary when crossing the year boundary to preach a sermon about fresh starts and resolutions;  sermons of how “this year will be Different”.   And while this sermon may … Continue reading

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The Call of The Husband

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Buying a Fiat 500 Abarth

In early December, my venerable old 1997 Toyota Camry finally gave up the ghost.  Having served us for about 200,000 of her 310,000 miles, she threw a connecting rod.  Let me just say, that this was one of the best … Continue reading

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A God Of Love

The book of Jonah is, no doubt, familiar to all of us.   We know about his commission to preach to the Ninevites, his disobedience, the great fish, and his later obedience to God’s call.   Many of us with children have … Continue reading

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RIP, Mr. Williams

For those of us who grew up with the comedy of Robin Williams, we felt as if we could be friends.   We knew that if ever we were to meet him, he would make us laugh, and we would … Continue reading

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Stranded in Pittsburgh: Uber to the rescue

These last few months I have been traveling a lot for business and one of the universals of business travel is that if you stay in a big hotel in the downtown of a big city, there will always be … Continue reading

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Goodbye, Facebook

Below is an email I sent out to some of my friends and family a few weeks ago.  When I sent the email, I deactivated my FB acct.  Today I deleted it. Hi Folks, As many of you already know, … Continue reading

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