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Sunday, Dec. 5
Pastor opened with prayer and announcements. Brother Brad led the song service. Joyce played Christmas music on the piano for us. So blessed by our little ones who are having the “Hanging of the Greens” program at 6 p.m.
Sermon: Praying for Spiritual Wisdom
Scripture: Ephesians 1:15-23, John 16:33, Romans 12:2, James 1:5, Proverbs 3:4-5.
If we truly believe what we say we believe, would we live the way we do? You will get wisdom from the Lord by praying in the Spirit. The Word of God is a bottomless pit. Every time you seek it, it will touch, heal, and change your life. The wisdom of God is the glue that holds us together. When there is not enough love in the Body of Christ in us, we will be divided among us. If you say you love God and you hate your brother, you are a liar. Love should be shown to all. We are commanded to love one another. When God saves you, you are called for a reason, to be serving Him. Are we praying for the fulfillment of your brothers and sisters in Christ? Our community needs the love of Christ desperately. Our prayers should be specific and we will know the prayer was answered, if prayed specifically. We should not only pray for salvation, but for spiritual wisdom. May our eyes be open to the knowledge of God. Why does the church refuse to come together? What does the word of God truly say? We should be in His Word daily. We should have hope in His calling. Christ has all authority over Heaven and Earth. Are you living like He does? If not, live like it. Our victory has already been won. We need to proclaim the name of Jesus. There is power in the name of Jesus. No weapon shall prosper. It is about who (He) is in (us). We are only responsible for our obedience, not the results. Make your prayer life count. Pray to God for what He has for you.
Repent, for Jesus is coming soon! Be sure you know your destination.
Sunday morning services are 10:30 a.m. and the Wednesday night prayer meeting is at 6 p.m. On Sunday, Dec. 12, there was a holiday meal for all at 5 p.m.