Arlington Church Of Christ

Arlington Church Of Christ
Arlington Church Of Christ is listed in the Churches Church Of Christ category in Cincinnati, Ohio. Displayed below is the only current social network for Arlington Church Of Christ which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Arlington Church Of Christ on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 59.

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2082 Compton Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45231
(513) 931-8244

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A Little Compromise - Two True Stories of why Compromising, even a little, will not work when it comes to Biblical teachings. One key difference between the Church of Christ and the Christian church is the use of instrumental music in the worship. The following are two true stories from J.W. McGarvey about his experiences in this matter. In the 1870’s, J.W. McGarvey was one of the elders of the Lexington Church, and he with the other elders approved a small instrument to be placed in the church building basement for the young people to use to help improve their singing. No one, especially McGarvey, would ever have thought of moving it upstairs to be used in the worship service. They had used only acapella singing as the Bible instructed and had no intention of violating the scriptures. Years went by and the youngsters grew up and took their places in the worship upstairs. Then in November 1902, a move was made to introduce instrumental music into the worship service. A vote was taken and the result was 370 for, 202 against. What was unthinkable a few years before was now voted in by men, and McGarvey’s conscience would not allow him to remain with that church and he went elsewhere. While one may admire McGarvey’s stand on principle in 1902, the elders small compromise in allowing that small instrument to be put in the basement in the first place led to the introduction of the organ into the worship service by those who were likely trained by its use in that basement. In January 1903, at the Pearl and Bryan Street Church of Christ in Dallas, Texas, brother McGarvey was asked to speak and was sitting on the front row next to brother Jesse P. Sewell. He leaned over and said to brother Sewell, “You are on the right road, and whatever you do, do not let anyone persuade you that you can successfully combat error by fellowshipping it and going along with it. I have tried, I believed at the start that was the only way to do it. I have never held membership in a congregation that used instrumental music. I have, however, accepted the invitation to preach without distinction between churches that use it and those that do not. I have gone along with their papers and magazines and things of the sort. During those years, I taught the truth as the New Testament teaches it to every young preacher who has passed through the College of the Bible. Yet I do not know of more than six of those men who are preaching the truth today. Compromise, even a little, will not work.” You see, what may seem to be a harmless compromise can lead to things that we never envisioned would occur. We must remain true to the word of God and never compromise in large or small ways. Our actions as Christians will influence others toward the truth or put things in their way that will make likely to stray from the word of God. May we make up our minds never to compromise.

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A Small Gesture Can Save a Life - Uplifting Story Mark was walking home from school one day when he noticed that the boy ahead of him had tripped and dropped all the books that he was carrying, along with two sweaters, a baseball bat, a glove and a small tape recorder. Mark bent down and helped the boy pick up the scattered articles. Since they were going the same way, Mark helped to carry some of the things. As they walked along, Mark discovered that the boy’s name was Bill, that he loved video games, baseball, and history, that he was having a lot of trouble with his other subjects and that he had just broken up with his girlfriend. Mark continued on home after dropping Bill off at his house. They continued to see each other around school, had lunch together once or twice. Both graduated from junior high school. Even though they both went to the same high school, their encounters there were brief and infrequent. Finally the long awaited senior year arrived. Three weeks before graduation, Bill asked mark if they could talk. Bill reminded him of the day years ago when they had first met. “Did you ever wonder why I was carrying so many things home that day?” asked Bill. “You see, I had cleaned out my locker because I didn’t want to leave a mess for anyone else. I had stored away some of my mother’s sleeping pills and I was going home to commit suicide. But after we spent some time together talking and laughing, I realized that if I killed myself I would have missed that time and any others that would have followed. So you see, Mark, when you stopped and helped me pick up my books that day, you did a lot more. You saved my life.” Often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word or listening ear. Even the smallest act of kindness and caring has the power to turn a life around. Matt 10:42 And if anyone gives even a cup of cold water to one of these little ones because he is my disciple, I tell you the truth, he will certainly not lose his reward." 2 Cor 5:20 We are therefore Christ's ambassadors, as though God were making his appeal through us. Please ask questions: Arlington Church of Christ 2082 Compton Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45231

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What Really Matters In the book of Ecclesiastes, Solomon gives two main points from all that he had tried, learned, and seen. The first is : -If a person does not live to honor God, life will be in vain. If there were no God to judge, then there would be no accountability, and life as we know it would pointless and meaningless. If there were no God, then nothing matters – when you die, that is all there is so why live with any moral constraint or concern for others at all. The second is: -Because there is a God who is the creator and sustainer of all things, then everything does matter. Eccl 12:13-14 “ Now all has been heard; here is the conclusion of the matter: Fear God and keep his commandments, for this is the whole duty of man. For God will bring every deed into judgment, including every hidden thing, whether it is good or evil. It will matter how we used our time, talents, and resources. It will matter whether we wasted them or used them to honor God. It matters what we did, saw, said, thought, and touched. And we will have to answer to God for what we did with the things that he had given us. Arlington Church of Christ 2082 Compton Road Cincinnati, OH 45231 Phone: 513-931-8244
“Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world.” Matthew 28:19-20