The command to store God’s Word in your heart and soul, to talk about them when you sit, walk, lie down and rise, means your life points everyone and everything to Him. Inviting God to become part of your everyday experiences helps you relate to His Word continually.
He desires for you to live each moment fully surrendered to loving Him, thinking about His promises and truths, following the guidelines He has set before you
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It’s a blunt question, but do you think of your relationship with Jesus from a standpoint of what He can do for you? We’re all about the blessings, for sure, but what about the persecution, the inconvenience, and the quest to follow the Father’s will instead of your own?
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Nearly every Christians can point to a person or a situation or a day when they accepted Christ as their personal Savior, or if they had been away from the Fathers house, the circumstances and the day they returned home.
Join us Sunday morning at 7:05 as I relate my return to the Father’s house.
Daniel made a decision to obey God, even in the little things at a young age. Daniel and his three friends, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego, were taken from their homeland to serve the Babylonian king. The diet the king offered violated God’s dietary commands for His people.
So the four young men refused to eat the king’s food and instead asked for vegetables and water. They chose to obey God’s commandments even in the seemingly small things, and as a result, God blessed them with wisdom, knowledge and understanding beyond their years.
Join us at 7:05 tomorrow morning as we talk about their faith and the example it sets for us.
Pause for a moment and think about this: The Lord’s concern for us didn’t begin on the day we were born and won’t conclude on the day we die. Our existence is eternal. His love for us reaches back before we were born and far ahead into eternity with Him.
That thought is mind boggling to me, yet it’s true. Join us at 7:05 Sunday morning as we learn more about His great love for us.
Don’t forget, we will have communion tomorrow as well, have your stuff ready!
We become weary and burdened, facing trials and challenges that seem insurmountable, but we know we are being obedient to the Lord? Our anticipation sees the road ahead littered with obstacles, challenges and uncertainties, and our heart and mind are tired. Don’t give up!
Know that our obedience and perseverance are not in vain. It is the pathway to a glorious reward, woven into the very fabric of our faith and obedience to the Lord.
Join us at 7:05 tomorrow morning for praise and worship and a timely message from the Lord.
Over the last few weeks we’ve met two people whom we really don’t know much about, the nameless widow and the prophet Elijah. We saw how, in spite of their circumstances, they were obedient to what God asked them to do. It took great courage to do the bidding of God. Elijah took on the most powerful man in all of Israel and a widow woman who was willing to give up the last of her food to feed a complete stranger in the time of famine. How did they get to the point in their lives where they could be obedient to God’s word under such dire consequences?
It’s really very simple, the leading of His Holy Spirit. The Lord is with us on our journey through life. There are many things out of our control, like tore up electrical service, the behavior of others and the past. But, what we can control is our response to Him and to the circumstances in which we find ourselves.
Join us at 7:05 for praise and worship and then a message about following God unabashed!