Last Update - February 20, 2017
Singspiration is Sunday Evening, February 26th
This is special time for praising God with songs, readings, and testimonies. All are welcome to participate, sharing what God has placed in their hearts.
Sunday morning Greg Isom gave announcements, led singing, and took prayer requests. Joe Koenig led prayer. Pastor Jerry Allen gave a scripture reading from John 17, concerning Jesus’ prayer for his disciples, and communion was served. There was a time for greeting one another as the children dismissed to their classes. Jessy and Debbie Blackerby sang, “The Touch of the Master’s Hand.” Sharon Downham shared a heartfelt testimony. Pastor Jerry Allen brought the message, “His Glorious Church (cont.),” from I Corinthians 14:26-40 and Ephesians 4:1-16. Sam Pemberton led a song for the altar call, and Denny Kirk dismissed in prayer. Attendance was 86.
Sunday evening Sam Pemberton led a hymn and received the prayer requests. Jessy Blackerby led prayer. Communion was served for those unable to attend Sunday morning. Jessy led several worship songs. Greg Isom taught from Revelation 13. Jessy led a closing song, “Peace Give I to Thee.” Tony George dismissed the service with prayer. After prayer a visitor shared a testimony of his invitation to the fellowship and his experience listening to the sermons and music on the church’s website, www.thebrideofchristfellowship.com.
Sunday, February 26th, at 6:00 p.m. will be Singspiration. This is special time for praising God with songs, readings, and testimonies. All are welcome to participate, sharing what God has placed in their hearts.
A marriage seminar, “The Art of Marriage,” is scheduled for Friday evening, March 31st and Saturday morning, April 1st. More details will be available soon. If you are interested in attending or helping, please get ahold of Greg Isom, or sign the sheet in the foyer.
The Men's Breakfast is generally scheduled for the second Saturday of each month at 8:00 a.m. in the fellowship area.
All the men of the congregation are encouraged to attend.
February 19, 2017
His Glorious Church (cont.)
Everything that would be revealed, is revealed in the Word of God. This way there is no confusion, or different ideas, it is "thus saith the Lord." There is no need for new revelations. Peter said, "all things that pertain to life, and godliness have been given unto us." That's our Bible. New revelations just cause confusion, and God is not its author.
Dear God, take the world out of our hearts, and minds, and help us to grow closer to you.
"But even if we or an angel from Heaven preach a gospel to you beside what we preached to you, let him be accursed."
Filter everything through God's Word. If it does not line up with what your Bible says, it is false!
Lord, grant us all the desire to study Your Word and the opportunities to share it with others.