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(Friday Night)
Discipleship- 5:30
Bible Study-7:00
Youth Service- 7:30

(Sunday Service)
Prayer- 5:15
Service- 5:30

القس/ دافيد فيلبس | بركة العهد الجديد

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Revival Services This week

Posted by on Feb 16, 2016 in Related News, slider, Upcoming Events | 0 comments

Feb 21 flyer pdf

Click on the link above and see the details for the revival services this weekend.

Friday, Saturday and Sunday services in Arabic

(There will be no Sunday School/Youth Group or Child Care services on Satuday 2/20)

Youth Group will meet: (Youth Group is ages 11+)

  • Friday Night @ 7:30 PM
  • No youth service on Saturday (But feeding the homeless will be at 6:45 AM on Saturday please meet at the church)
  • Sunday Night @ 5:30 PM

Sunday School will meet: (Ages up to 11)

  • Friday Night @ 7:30 PM
  • Sunday Night @ 5:30 PM

Guarded by His Power

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And when evening was come, the ship was in the midst of the sea, and He alone on the land. And He saw them toiling in rowing … and … He cometh unto them, walking upon the sea …” – Mark 6:47

Jesus’ disciples were way out in the sea, and Jesus was on the shore. But He saw them toiling and rowing. He never took His eyes off them.

Are you in the midst of a storm? Did you know He sees you right now? You say, “He doesn’t know where I am. He doesn’t know this difficulty. Why is He so far away? Why am I in the storm and He is on the shore?” Friend, He is there, and He’s praying for you. He’s up there on the mountain looking down. He sees right through the dark. You can’t see Him, but He sees you. You can say, “His eye is on the sparrow, and I know He watches me.”

My advice for you in the midst of your storm is to see Jesus, the great I AM, and see Him walking on the water. And that thing that looks like it’s going to be over your head is already under His feet. You’re seated in the heavenlies with Him. And you can’t drown with your head above water. He is the great I AM. You can put it down: you are guarded by His power.

Remember the Holy Spirit

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Nehemiah 9:20

Common, too common, is the sin of forgetting the Holy Spirit. This is folly and ingratitude. He deserves better from us, for He is good, supremely good. As God, He is good essentially. He shares in the threefold ascription of “Holy, holy, holy” that ascends to the Triune God. He is unmixed purity, truth, and grace. He is good benevolently, tenderly bearing with our waywardness, striving with our rebellious wills, quickening us from our death in sin, and then training us for heaven as a loving father trains his children. How generous, forgiving, and tender is this patient Spirit of God. He is good operatively.

All His works are good in the most eminent degree: He suggests good thoughts, prompts good actions, reveals good truths, applies good promises, assists in good attainments, and leads to good results. There is no spiritual good in all the world of which He is not the author and sustainer, and heaven itself will owe the perfect character of its redeemed inhabitants to His work. He is good officially: Whether as Comforter, Instructor, Guide, Sanctifier, Quickener, or Intercessor, He fulfills His office well, and each work is filled with the highest good to the church of God.

Those who yield to His influences become good; those who obey His impulses do good; those who live under His power receive good. Let us then act toward Him according to the dictates of gratitude. Let us revere His person and adore Him as God over all, blessed forever; let us own His power and our need of Him by waiting upon Him in all our holy enterprises; let us hourly seek His help and never grieve Him; and let us speak His praise whenever occasion occurs. The church will never prosper until it more reverently believes in the Holy Spirit. He is so good and kind that it is sad indeed that He should be grieved by slights and negligences.

Family Bible reading plan

verse 1 Job 15

verse 2 1 Corinthians 3