What a beautiful November day to go to the house of God. First of all I want to wish all of you a very Happy Thanksgiving. We all have so much to be thankful for. This morning our band sang a song and I’m thankful to God that I did see the light and was saved by the blood of Christ. Pastor Buddy brought us a great message this morning from Psalms 133:1-3 and Luke 17:11-19. on unity. We all have family quarrels and trials at times and too often there is more division than unity in the church but if the people of God would walk in the Spirit and be focused on eternal things it will bring unity and glorify Christ. When we focus on external things it will divide us. The Holy Spirit is grieved by things that divide us. Revival will come when we have unity and it is a crucial time us to be praying for our families and our country to be united instead of divided. Unity will bring the favor of God to us. God will bring things into our lives that will cause us to unite. Jesus coming back is too close for us not to be crying out for unity in our churches and in our families. Some things God will only do as we obey Him. He tells us what to do if we will listen. We have to start moving if we want to see Him move in our lives. Pastor Buddy brought out these points really well and more. Also I can’t tell you everything he brings out but he does a great job every Sunday. Come be with us if you don’t have a home church. I’m sure you will be blessed.
Just a few announcements for you. There will be no services this Wednesday night and there will be a wild game night at the Ava A.G. Barn December 1 with a bowshoot at 2 p.m. Food starts at 6:00 p.m. Bring your favorite wild game or a side dish. Our services are at 8:30 and 11:00 Sunday morning with a breakfast and fellowship in the basement around 9:30, Sunday School at 10:00 for all ages Sunday night service at 6:00 and Wednesday night prayer and Bible study at 7:00. Come to Ava Assembly, a place to find Him, to know Him, and to serve Him.
Thought for the week; If we pause to think,we’ll have cause to thank.