Point To Ponder
You’ve heard the saying “keep your chin up” and is usually spoken to someone who is having a difficult time. Well, if we keep our chin up, we will have our heads up which is always a good idea. We lift our eyes to the hills from whence all our help cometh as it comes from the Lord. (Psalm 121; 1-2) The Lord is a present help in time of trouble.
Verse Of The Week-02-11-2019
“Who gave himself for us, that he might redeem us from all iniquity, and purify unto himself a peculiar people, zealous of good works.” (Titus 2:14)
5th Sunday in March 2019
Elder James Hall is guest minister for 5th Sunday in March, 2019 (Mar. 31).
Category Archives: Church
Sister Dorothy Clayton evidently fell in her bathroom and spent two days and nights before anyone found her yesterday, February 18, 2019. A window had to be removed to get into the house. She was first taken to New Albany … Continue reading
RED SKIES AT NIGHT When Lot was given a choice of pastures, he felt that fortune had come to him. And it may have seemed so great to the Israelites when they got their long-asked-for quails. And likewise to Jonah … Continue reading
THE EXCELLENCY OF PATIENCE The Lord will always execute the right judgment at the right time and in the right fashion. There is contentment in that, and if we are patient, even satisfaction. The problem is the waiting for it … Continue reading
JOY MIXED WITH PAIN It is sometimes the will of God that we should let ourselves be the object of kindness instead of the author of it. There are times when we need to let others bear our burdens and … Continue reading
Climbing The Face of a Waterfall ……. I have heard of the perseverance of the Salmon as they face many obstacles as they go on their journey to their spawning grounds. They are strong and never give up on their … Continue reading
Written by Lynn Bruce (Daughter of Elder Sony Pyles): 6-11-2018 Chemo #50 today. This one is shelling my pistachios, because it’s preventing me from spending a week at camp singing hymns with my best beloveds. I have not missed camp … Continue reading
Happy New Year 2018 to each and everyone and may God bless with His goodness and mercy throughout the year. Our prayer for you this year and every year is what Aaron was told as to how to bless the … Continue reading
This is a partial repeat of a prior Thanksgiving post but still good to meditate upon and as a Thanksgiving sacrifice it is all centered around the greatest sacrifice of all; that being the sacrifice of Jesus Christ for the … Continue reading
The church has set Sunday after church, November 26, to assemble the fruit baskets for the shut-ins and the needy. There will be a pizza lunch served that day and the baskets assembled at that time. If members have someone … Continue reading