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The opening prayer for our Sunday service was led by Rod Welker.
Our Sunday school lesson was on “God Rules Over The Nations.” God is in control of all things. God loves to hear our praises in song, many would say today there is little or nothing to praise God for, but that is not true. Regardless of the economy, moral decline and problems in our churches, w can still praise God for all He had done, when life seems bad, God will work it all out for His glory that is all we need to know.
Our Sunday morning special was given by the Gentry Wednesday Night Singers with Joanne on the piano.
The church was proud to present new Bibles to Kahli Miller and Jacob Gallion. The Bible will always be their roadmap through life.
Pastor Riley Hall’s morning message was taken from Matthew, chapters 7 and 22. We are God’s children and we do err, not knowing the scriptures nor the power of God, so know the scriptures.
Three questions we need to ask ourselves, who am I? What am I doing here? And where am I going? Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them. We have to believe in Jesus Christ to get to heaven.
Several from Gentry attended the Fourth Sunday Singing at Oak Grove Church Sunday afternoon.
Next Sunday, Oct. 31 is the Fifth Sunday Singing at the Redbank Missionary Baptist Church. Everyone is invited to come and enjoy some good singing.
Bro. Bob and Ella Mae Huskey appreciate the men from Goodhope and Gentry who cut and delivered them wood this last weekend, their kindness and thoughtfulness was so very appreciated.
At our Sunday night service Pastor Hall’s message was from Ephesians 1:23. We are to be holy and without blame before him in love and be rooted in life. Be faithful to the mission of Jesus Christ and let God be the head over all things to the church.
We at Gentry Church extend a welcome to our visitors Sunday and everyone is invited to come back.