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Elder Chris Folsom

Elder Folsom took the podium this week as Brother Glenn took a break. Elder Folsom was in town from Zion Primitive Baptist Church on Brunswick Ga. for the Florida Fellowship this weekend. Brother Folsom's sermon this week is about Overcoming Stress. Taking us through the scripture with the key text Psalm 86:7 and using God's word to help us in time of trouble. Stress can be a lingering state that stays even after what caused it is long gone. The only way to overcome stress and move on is to focus on Jesus and finding rest and peace in Him.

Audio only version below video

Overcoming Stress



Bro. Joel Fuller filled in for Bro. Glenn who is sick this week (keep him in your prayers). Bro. Joel takes us through the scripture and into the doctrine of election. Bro. Glenn should be back next week to take us through the scripture.


Brother Chris

WGPBC would like to welcome its newest board member Brother Chris Morton. Thank you Bro. Chris for serving the Lord's church. We pray that God continues to bless you and your family as you walk wit God.



Wednesday night bible study

There will be no bible study Wednesday nights till the first week of January.

Looking forward to seeing everyone there. Have an amazing Christmas and remember its about Jesus and what He has done for us. Blessed be our God.


2011 Anual Fall Meeting sermons

Winter Garden PBC thanks Elder McCool for his service to the LORD and for bringing us all closer to God and our families through his series on Husbands and Wives.

The Subjection of Eve

The Submission of Sharah

Know Your Wife (Elkanah)

Give honor to your wife

 Here are some notes that Brother Chris Morton was kind enough to take for the blog post. Thanks Bro. Chris.

Winter Garden Primitive Baptist Church - Annual Meeting - Notes


Friday, November 18, 2011 (7:30 PM)

Saturday, November 19, 2011 (10:30 AM & 2:00 PM)

Sunday, November 20, 2011 (10:30 AM)


Elder Tim McCool - From Tuscaloosa, Alabama


The theme of the messages throughout the weekend were based on "Family".

As described from the message there are many characters throughout the

Bible just like you and I.  Why?  Because they like us struggled due to our depravity.


Friday, November 18, 2011 - Sermon Notes - 7:30 PM

 "The Subjection of Eve"

The text was I Peter 3:1

Likewise, ye wives, be in subjection to your own husbands; that, if any

obey not the word, they also may without the word be won by the

conversation of the wives.


The word "subjection" in this verse is just not for the role of the wife.

Everyone, is in subjection or submission in some form.  I Peter 2:13;

Submit yourselves to every ordinance of man for the Lord's sake:  whether

it be to the king, as supreme.  The bottom line is that as children of God

we are instructed to obey the law and honor those that have the rule and

authority over us.  Why does God require subjection from us?  All we need

to do is look to the work that was finished on the Cross at Calvary.

Christ and he alone was the ultimate and perfect example of what subjection

looks like unto our Heavenly Father.  Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ

took the penalty for us  and He was perfect without sin.  Failure to

subject yourself, is all out rebellion!


The fall began in the Garden of Eden with Adam and Eve.  Adam only had one

law to keep and he could not keep it.  He wasn't even confused about what

he did; he did it deliberately.  Although Adam was to blame for the fall of

mankind, he tried to blame Eve.  She was not the blame for the fall of

mankind, she was deceived.  Adam and Eve were real people - not just some

metaphor.    When God called out for Adam and knew that he had eaten of the

tree Adam quickly blamed Eve, "That woman whom thou gavest to be with me,

gave me of the tree, and I did eat".   Adam, was dishonest and Eve

inevitably told the truth.  Eve was yoked together with this wicked man in

Adam that was not interested in her protecting and loving her as he should.

What in the world was Adam doing away from his wife (Eve) when the serpent

beguiled her?  His sin and foolishness caused him to ere.


Saturday, November 19, 2011 - Sermon Notes - 10:30 AM

 "The Submission of Sarah"

 There is subjection as the role of the wife to her husband as God has

commanded in our text I Peter 3:1.  We should not break the standard of God

in our daily living if we want to worship Him supremely.  We must hang-on

to every bit of information from the Word of God and apply it to our lives.

We must subject ourselves to Christ and him alone.


There truly is no relationship that compares to biblical marriage.  Why?

Because God say so!  Everything is based on the finished work of Christ.

How said is it that we live in a society today where we have to clarify or

emphasize that marriage is only between a man and a woman.


Many Godly wives throughout history and today as well endure challenges

along life's path.  However, there are probably not to many woman today

that could say they endured what Sarah endured as Abraham's wife.  She is a

great illustration of subjecting and submitting herself fully to her

husband.  Here are some of the challenges Abraham brought before his wife

based on his obedience to the Lord.


- He asked her to move to a foreign land.

- He asked her to go out and camp in the wilderness.

- He told her that God instructed him to change her name.

- He told her that they were going to have a child when she was 90.

- He told her to deny that they were married at one point.

- He informed her that he gave Lot the first choice of land.

- He abruptly left for seven days to go and capture Lot.

- He notified her upon his return after his journey with their only son

          Isaac that he had gone to offer him as a sacrifice, but God provided

          a Ram in his place.

- He told his wife that he needed to perform emergency surgery on all

          of the males in their house.


Humor, has great value in marriage.  Sarah obviously had a wonderful sense

of humor and although she made some mistakes along the way she was an ideal

example of a submissive woman with a meek and quiet spirit.  That does not

mean that she did not speak or fearful, rather she displayed a godly

disposition and countenance.


We as Christians cannot stray off the narrow path of the biblical way -

because if we do it can cause total destruction.  Yes, even once.  We have

to always remember that the Lord will perform His will on His time table.


We must always remember that it doesn't matter what you say or do

outwardly.  It's what the Lord sees inwardly.  Help us to remember...

"Lord" it's all about an audience of one - "ALMIGHTY GOD!".


Saturday, November 19, 2011 - Sermon Notes - 2:00 PM

 "Know Your Wife" (ElKanah)

 The text toward this message was I Peter 3:7

Likewise, ye husbands, dwell with them according to knowledge, giving

honour unto the wife, as unto the weaker vessel, and as being heirs

together of the grace of life; that your prayers be not hindered.


Elkanah was a man with two wives; Hannah and Peninnah: Pininnah had

children, but Hannah had no children.  Pininnah was Hannah's adversary

because she provoked her sore, for to make her fret, because the Lord had

shut up her womb.  What a dilemma for Elkanah one that none of us could

ever imagine.  He is a good illustration of how we should react to all

types of situations with our wives by following God's direction in I Peter

3:7.  Let us look at the Godly character that we are to employ with our own wifes.


- Dwell with them according to knowledge - know your wife.

- A husband is to give honour to her - your wife.

- We are commanded to understand one woman - our wife.

- The husband is the "Houseband" - which means that the husband binds

           the foundation of the home.  We are the leaders of our home.

- We used to be a patriarchal society, but now we are a matriarchal

  society - which is a trend of women leading the home.

- It is the husbands responsibility to protect and provide for this

fragile vase that is your wife.

- The Lord calls us to dwell with your wife.  It's biblical for a

husband to want to be with his wife.

- We should have a strong desire to be with your wife based on our

  presence with her.


Points of scripture that reiterate these valuable attributes of a husband

toward his wife are as follows:

- Ecclesiastes 9:9

- Proverbs 5:15

- Ephesians 5:28


Don't get caught up in today's technology over the Internet via social

networking.  This is imagination and in many cases extremely unrealistic.

If you focus on worldly things and not Godly things - He will not bless you.


Always remember the fact that you learn a lot more about people by asking

them questions.  Exactly the way in which Elkanah did with Hannah.


1)  Hannah why are you weeping?

2) Hannah why are you not eating?

3) Hannah why are you grieved?


We like Elkanah must be sympathetic to your spouse.


What an incredible ending to this amazing story; Hannah experiences a great

revival in her life as she conceived, that she bare a son, and called his

name Samuel, because I have asked him of the Lord.


As men we have a tendency to have a dominating personality that needs to be

kept in check - especially when it comes to our wife.  Do what seemeth to

be good - and not according to the flesh either.  Only if it's of the Lord, do it!


Elkanah knew how to know his wife, we as Godly men should emulate his



Sunday, November 20, 2011 - Sermon Notes - 10:30 AM

 "Honour & Respect" (Boaz & Ruth)

 Again, our text toward this message was I Peter 3:7

Likewise, ye husbands, dwell with them according to knowledge, giving

honour unto the wife, as unto the weaker vessel, and as being heirs

together of the grace of life; that your prayers be not hindered.


In our text it speaks about the woman being the "Weaker Vessel" which by no

means implicates being weaker minded - because that's just not true.  It

means that we are to handle her with care as a fragile vase.


Now we are going to look at the honour and respect aspect of men walking in

the way of God's Word and not the sub-standard way of this dark world.


To know your wife is to give her honor - by assigning respect due to one's

rank.  Think about it... her rank is just beneath Gods!  Your spouse is for

a lifetime and we should cherish this will all of our being.  It is an abundant

blessing from God that we do not deserve, but should be extremely thankful for.


There is nothing that gives you a true picture of one individual than the

way in which they are around other people.  The sick, the needy, the widows

the elderly - so on and so forth.


We live in a time where technology and the computer age for many has taken

over where they think they will meet their soul mate.  Unfortunately, in

most cases you will never have a true sense of who that person really is -

until it's to late.  Guard yourself and wait upon the Lord.


Boaz is the illustration of this message beginning with the level of

respect he has for others.  In Ruth 2:4 Boaz came from Bethlehem, and said

unto the reapers, The Lord be with you.  And they answered him, The Lord

bless thee.


Next, Boaz makes an impressive impression with the way in which he

interacts with his future wife in which he refers to as a damsel in Ruth 2:5.


Simply, Boaz is illustrating exactly who he is with everyone he comes in

contact with throughout the Book of Ruth.  He is being who he is... A Godly

man!  He is doing what comes spiritually.  Boaz made secret provisions for

Ruth just like our Lord does for each one of His children.


Ten Things That You Can Do To Honor and Respect The Sisters:


1) Leviticus 19:32 and I Kings 2:19 To rise up before the Elderly (men and women).

2) Job 32:6 Hold your tongue and your opinion out of respect.

3) Proverbs 23:22 Hearken unto thy father and mother whom you should listen to.

4) Psalm 149:9 Give judgement in a way that is fair as God has judged you.

5) Proverbs 20:3 It is an honor to cease from strife.  Don't argue!  No

bickering or being combative.  Strife will never bring unity.

6) Proverbs 21:21 It is an honor not to follow foolishness, but righteousness.

7) I Timothy 5:3 and 5:17 Honor widows - that are widows indeed.  Provide for her.

8) John 8:49 Brag on her!

9) Proverbs 31:31 Give to her the virtuous women.  Give her love, money, support, etc.

10) Esther 6:3 HONOR!   HONOR!!  HONOR!!!


Please keep in mind these are notes taken during the life sermons and are

not verbatim quotes.  This is an outline of notes related to the content

covered throughout the course of the meeting.


Brother Chris Morton

Member - Winter Garden Primitive Baptist Church - Winter Garden, FL


Another Fall meeting has come to an end

This years meeting was amazing! If you missed it no worries, the sermons are going to be online very soon. Elder Tim McCool preached a series on husbands, wives and God. God's word teaches how the order of things should be and the importance of each in the relationship. Elder McCool's messages brings thought provoking ideas to how wonderful a relationship between a marriage and God can be. How a husband is to care for his wife and how a wife is to care for her husband. Elder McCool also discusses how the relationship between and husband, wife and God can make for a very Godly and blessed marriage no matter the situation. We at WGPBC pray that God will continue to bless the McCool family. At the end of the last message Sunday afternoon a new member was added to the church. Bro. Frank joined and will be baptised next Sunday so come and join us in this joyous occasion.  


Fall Meeting 2011

Join us for our Fall Meeting starting 7:30pm friday Nov 18th thru Sun Nov 20th

Elder Tim McCool will be bringing God's word all. Please come and visit with us.


Friday 18th- 7:30 pm worship service

Saturday 19th- 10:30am worship service

12:00pm Lunch

1:30pm worship service

4:00pm Communion

Sunday 20th: 10:30am- worship service

This is going to be an awesome time for God's children to get together and hear His word and make new friends.



We now have Video

Hello everyone,

Just want to let you all know that we are now going to be posting Bro. Glenn's videos one the sermon page, link above. We hope this new feature will help those who can't make it to church do to health or other reasons. If you have any problems please click the webmaster link to the left and we will get right back to you asap. Thanks and hope you enjoy this new feature at Winter Garden PBC website.