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Born to a family of ministers, I stand as the youngest among four, bearing the divine call. My mission, in the footsteps of those who came before, is to awaken the Church through the written word.

I tread a path less traveled, for I have not sat in the hallowed halls of Bible colleges or theological seminaries. Like the great Augustine of Hippo, I find myself among those who write as they learn and learn as they write.

My journey is one of relentless pursuit, fueled by an unquenchable passion for truth. I invite you to join me in this quest, to explore the profound depths of faith through my books.

Reach out, engage, and connect with me through my website, where we can share in the eternal journey of seeking, learning, and growing in the knowledge of our Lord.

In the spirit of revelation and revival, let us set forth, inspired by the great cloud of witnesses, to awaken the Church, one word at a time.

R.E. Bagnol

Blog Posts

Faith: The Golden Mean
In a world teetering on the edge of despair, where optimism is often mistaken for naivety and pessimism for realism, we find ourselves grappling for a foothold, something steady and immovable. It is here, in the trembling uncertainty of life’s journe...
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Spiritual Vanity: The Peril of Peacock Piety
In this age of digital display, it is all too easy to become a spiritual peacock, strutting and preening before the world, flaunting Christ for the sake of likes and fleeting admiration. Yet, I dare say, this vanity is a grievous affront to the very ...
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The Unseen Steadfastness of True Spirituality
Beloved reader, permit me to speak plainly and urgently, as time is fleeting and the days are evil. Many today are tossed to and fro by every wind of doctrine, gauging their spiritual condition by the shifting sands of emotion. “The heart is deceitfu...
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The Trembling Heart and the Favor of God
Oh, to be a soul that shudders with holy fear at the thought of offending the Lord! In this day of shallow spirituality and tepid devotion, where are those who seek the smile of the Almighty with trembling? The church is filled with those who claim H...
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The Living Epistle: Truth in Action
In the age wherein we dwell, many a man has grown accustomed to the sound of his own voice, a symphony of self-exaltation, yet void of the divine harmony of heaven. 'Tis not enough to speak truth; we must live it out loud! Consider the words of our L...
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A Heart Willing and Ready: The Essence of True Faith
In this bustling age of hurried souls and busy hands, there is a profound need to reflect upon the essence of true faith. For what, dear reader, is faith if it is not embodied in our daily toils and labors? Indeed, true faith is not merely willing to...
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A Clarion Call in the Midst of Clamor
In an age where the din of distraction drowns the sacred whispers of eternity, we must take up the trumpet of truth and sound the clear, uncompromised note of Jesus Christ, the Savior of mankind. Oh, how the world teems with cacophony, each voice cla...
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The Blaze of Divine Urgency
In this age of tepid devotion and languid spirituality, how often are we found content, reclining in the comfort of religious routines and empty rituals? We adorn ourselves in the garments of formality, yet our hearts are void of fervor. Hearken to t...
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Igniting Souls: The Imperative of Living the Gospel
In a world steeped in apathy and indifference, where mere lip service suffices, we are called to a higher standard. Professing faith is but the preamble; living it out, the grand symphony that resonates through eternity.The Scriptures admonish us, “L...
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The Agony of Vision
In the hallowed halls of our churches, we find many a man who can preach, yet few who can pray. We have a multitude who can eloquently speak, yet scarce are those who can weep. We have organizers aplenty, yet agonizers are few. We are in dire need of...
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A Thousand Lives for One Love
Charles Spurgeon once said, “I feel that, if I could live a thousand lives, I would like to live them all for Christ; and I should even then feel that they were all too little a return for His great love to me!”Oh, the depth of these words! They echo...
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The Spirit-Swayed Man: A Catalyst for Historic Change
In the words of the ancient philosopher Socrates, “Let him who would move the world first move himself.” Yet, I dare say, the world will only sway when the man himself is swayed by the Spirit. This, dear reader, is the crux of our discourse today.The...
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Boldness in the Face of Contention
Dear brethren, let us ponder upon the words of the Apostle Paul in his letter to the Thessalonians, “For yourselves, brethren, know our entrance in unto you, that it was not in vain: But even after that we had suffered before, and were shamefully ent...
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The Hand Strengthened in God
“And Jonathan Saul's son arose, and went to David into the wood, and strengthened his hand in God.” (1 Samuel 23:16)Jonathan, the prince, the heir apparent to the throne, sought out David, the shepherd boy turned fugitive. He sought him not to seize ...
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The Unending Well: A Thirst Quenched
In the quietude of our hearts, there lies a thirst. A thirst so profound, so deep, it seems unquenchable. Yet, there stands a well, a well that never runs dry. It is Jesus, ever ready, ever waiting to quench the deepest thirst of the seeking heart.“J...
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The Triumph of Calvary: A Clarion Call to the Faithful
In this hour of history, fraught with the clamor of self and the din of pride, let us, the redeemed, be found with our boast not in the arm of flesh, nor in the trophies of our own making. Nay, let our glorying be singular in focus, pure in essence –...
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The Shackles of Possession: A Call to True Freedom
Oh, how the siren song of possessions bewitches the souls of men! We clutch onto material treasures, thinking they offer security and significance. Yet, in our grip, they become chains, binding us to a fleeting world and blinding us to eternal truths...
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The Clarion Call in Solitude
In the hushed stillness of life's relentless fray, where the clamor of the world fades into a distant echo, there lies a sacred chamber of divine communion. It is in these quiet moments that the Almighty whispers to the recesses of our souls, His voi...
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The Lone Warrior: A Soliloquy of Faith
In the arena of eternity, where souls are the stakes and truth the weapon, the fiercest battles are not won by legions nor banners, but by the solitary soldier of Christ, with God as their only ally. Consider Elijah atop Mount Carmel, standing firm a...
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The Book of Remembrance
Malachi 3:16-18Then they that feared the LORD spake often one to another: and the LORD hearkened, and heard it, and a book of remembrance was written before him for them that feared the LORD, and that thought upon his name. And they shall be mine, sa...
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The Tragedy of the Lukewarm Church
Oh, how the mighty have fallen! How the glorious church of the living God has become a mere shadow of its former self! How the bride of Christ has lost her first love and settled for a life of ease and compromise!The lukewarm pew-sitters of our day h...
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The Curse of Moderation
Moderation is a word that sounds good to the ears of many Christians today. It suggests a balance, a harmony, a middle way between extremes. It appeals to our sense of reason and prudence. It seems to be a safe and sensible approach to life and faith...
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The Lonely Path of the Faithful Remnant
The prophet Elijah once lamented, “I have been very jealous for the LORD God of hosts: because the children of Israel have forsaken thy covenant, thrown down thine altars, and slain thy prophets with the sword; and I, even I only, am left; and they s...
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Stoking the Fires of Redemption
Beloved, hear the thunderous plea from the epistle of Jude, that sacred script where urgency dances with eternity! In the grip of this truth, I beseech thee: be not passive spectators in the theater of salvation, but architects of divine intervention...
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The Great Commission Unveiled
In Matthew 28:19-20, the Lord Jesus Christ bequeaths to His disciples a charge that should shake the apathy from our souls like thunder shakes the mountains.“Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the...
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