Upcoming Events

June 25: Youth Helen Ga tubing trip

June 29: LifeLine Screening at

NCOC

July 10: Savvy Senior Calaway Gardens trip

Upcoming Sunday Sermons

At Home with Honor

The Killing Commandment

Purity's ABCs

Truth Tales #1

Truth Tales #2

From Coveting to Contentment

Living What We've Learned


Starting at 9:30am!

In this “vale of tears,” burdened by sin and strife, and by afflictions of mind and body, we always need comforting. We’re very foolish indeed if we don’t go often to the Bible for the comfort it affords us. Daily recourse to Scripture to meditate on its encouraging words is an invaluable way to maintain our victory and hope. Paul wrote: “What was written in former days was written… that by patience and by encouragement of the scriptures we might have hope” (Rom. 15:4).  I’m struck by the way God scattered hopeful promises throughout His Book, sometimes in quite unexpected places. For example, right in the center of Lamentations, the gloomiest book in the Bible, God placed this jewel: “The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases, His mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning;  great is your faithfulness…therefore I will hope in Him” (Lam. 3:24).
                                                       Blessings, Richard Kirby
  



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