This is the morning service Part 1 of God our Father.
Life Happens. Disappointments arise. Worry sets in. Hearts are broken. In the midst of all these, there are “fixed points’ that settle, ground, comfort, and bring us hope.
Proverbs 31:30-31 Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting; but a women who fears the Lord is to be praised. Honor her for all that her hands have done, and let her works bring her praise at the city gate.
In a multi-tasking, stressful culture worry has an all-too-prominent place in our lives. But the Scriptures give us a prescription to eliminate the “Wart of Worry.”
As we come up to Pastor Palser’s 93rd birthday, we want to look at some of the characteristics that have made this mighty man a role model to emulate.
We have a remarkable church, where the presence of the Holy Spirit is very strong. If we’re wise, we’ll tap into these benefits and live the abundant life.
The Apostle Paul declared there was a heavenward call that Christ was beckoning us to and a set prescription as to how to obtain it.
We will look further at the morning’s message and see how other valleys can actually propel us to greater heights and strengths.
The book of Jeremiah declares that we have a Divine destiny. Sometimes, through, life happens, and we end up in a valley that can sidetrack or destroy that plan.
As we celebrate the Lord’s Table today, we listen to the words of the prophet Isaiah who would peer into the distant future and declare to us “The Greatest Story Ever Heard.”