Our dear brother and "pastor's pastor", Henry Mahan, reflects on what the Lord has taught him through 80 plus years. After over 50 years of loving labor in the ministry, he and Doris are moving from Ashland, Kentucky to Rocky Mount, Virgina where their son Paul has been pastor since 1989. This could very well be the last time he preaches in Ashland and the Sovereign Lord blessed us once more as Henry pointed us away from ourselves and toward Jesus Christ our Savior.
Here are the reflections the Lord has given Henry through over 80 years: 1. Life is short, but a vapor. 2. Salvation is of the Lord. 3. Christ is all. 4. The Lord will provide. 5. Believers will come willingly to their grave in a full age, not too early, not too late, but in the Lord's season and it is good (Job 5:26-27).
Thank You! Thank you our dear Brother Henry for
sharing these reflections with us.
The words are an encouragement to us.
We thank God for bringing you and Doris into our lives. We love you both and are so thankful for your service and love for the Lord.
We are also so thankful that the Lord
has revealed His Sovereign Grace to
us. What a Blessing!!!
Ed and Lucy Harter (5/6/2008)
from Fuquay Varina, NC 27526
Great Sermon! We have Henry's website and listen to his sermons frequently. This message blessed us so much. So glad he and Doris have done the same thing we did 11 years ago, moved close to our youngest daughter, Becky & family. We would like to have their home address so we can keep in touch with them.
Henry T. Mahan was born in Birmingham, Alabama August 1926. He began pastoring at the young age of 21 and has wide experience in the pastoral ministry, having been pastor of Thirteenth Street Baptist Church, Ashland, Kentucky, for over 50 years. He also travels widely as a...