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Bible study on Wednesday night was very interesting, we are studying Peter. He played an important role in the early church and the spread of the gospel to the Samaritans and the Gentile. I think we will be with Peter for several weeks.
Prayer request were for Tabitha – Wayne and Donna – Bill and Bonnie – little James Porter, unspoken request by the Pastor.
God blessed us with eleven new young people, Emma and Teresa, Dakota and Shantrelle had the influence in this event. We are all to witness about our Lord, but do we? God bless our young people. Their teachers’ were Chad and Shantelle E. God Bless them also.
During Sunday morning service, prayer requests were for John and his brother David, Charlie Lane, Cindy, Jim Seals, Don and Ruby, Don and Reba, Isaac Gadsby, H.C. Gaulding’s baby granddaughter, Connie L.
In Romans 8:24, it tells us through God there is hope, there is eternity to spend with Jesus if you are born again. Trust in Him, He is our hope – Hope: the feeling that what is desire is also possible or that event may turn out for the best expectations. Matthew 19: tells us, with God all things are possible. Mark 9:23, if you can believe, all things are possible. In this world I believe it’s hard to have hope, but through Jesus, there is.
Evening service, prayer requests were John and his brother David, Charlie Lane, Cindy and Jim Seals. Inspiring message was from I Corinthians 13:1-13, we live in a world of lost people, do we spread love to a lost and dying world? It’s natural to love family, church family, our neighbors, “maybe”. A friendly smile hello, how are you? Do you need a helping hand?
We can say “I have it all” or “I think I do,” but if I have not love in my heart, I have nothing.
Come and visit with us if you don’t have a home church at the corner of N.W. 6th Ave. and 7th St.
The third Sunday of the month is luncheon after morning service and Sunday evening songs bring an instrument and your favorite songs and join us.
Pastor Gary Moore and wife Bevy, 683-6547.