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Opening prayer for the morning service was said by Joie Welker.
After congregational singing, everyone went to their Sunday school class of which the lesson was “Coming Of The Son Of Man.” Our Lord Jesus has not left us without warnings of the things coming to pass. We need to be aware that Jesus promised to come back so we should take Christ’s coming seriously and be ready.
We had a special song by Gentry Singers.
Happy anniversary wishes went out to Harley and Faye Allen for their being together 59 years. A wonderful example for ones to follow.
Pastor Riley Hall’s message text was from II Timothy 3:16 and II Peter 1:19-21, modernization is of the greatest danger in our society. They want to downsize the Bible, change the wording, etc. Who wrote the Bible? Anyone who reads the Bible knows that God did by sending the Holy Spirit to speak to the holy men of God such as Moses, Isaiah, Job, Jeremiah, to name a few. The enduring words are true, if Jesus believes it so should we. The Bible is powerful and never will disappear.
Sunday, Gentry Church was proud to host the Fourth Sunday Singing. There were 11 churches represented and the next Fourth Sunday Singing will be March 27 at Faith Rock Church. Mark that on your calendar.
Gentry Singers will be going to the Ava nursing home at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 13.
Jim and Faye Lail of Statham, Georgia has been visiting their daughter, Sharon Ginder, and Jim a few days and was glad to have them in church.
Beginning Sunday, March 6 through May 29 is a perfect attendance contest for Sunday school and its for all classes at Gentry, so we want you to come every Sunday.
May God bless.