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March 4, 2018, 9:00 AM

Glorying in the Cross


   All who have heard the sacred hymn, "In the Cross of Christ I Glory," love it; and it adds to its beauty to learn about how it was written. Sir John Bowring, the noted naturalist, linguist, statesman, financier, was the author. This gifted man was at once the governor of Hong Kong. It was he who invented the florin, and two-shilling piece greatly used in England. He could write in thirteen different languages and dialects. His education was of the right sort, for it led him to a deeper worship of the Crucified Christ.
   One time when he was in the Orient, he was gazing at a tract of land which had been devastated by an earthquake. He noticed the tower of a church standing among the ruins. and on top of the tower a cross. The sight of this prompted him to write the great hymn.
   In the misted of disasters one only needs to look at One who died on the cross, for He holds all power and deserves all the glory.




March 3, 2018, 11:00 PM

Series: Last Week of Christ


Unity and Community;
Tomorrow, Sunday morning, we will have coffee and donuts at 9:00 followed by Sunday School at 9:45; Songs of Praise at 10:45 followed by a time of Worship. We will start a 7 sermon series on events during the last week of Christ life leading up to Resurrection Sunday. This will include morning and night. Come and travel this journey with us. Make a commitment to be there and don't let Satan hinder you!




February 25, 2018, 9:00 AM

The Lord Hath Blessed


When our soul is much discouraged
    By the roughness of the way,
And the cross we have to carry
    Seemeth heavier every day;
When some cloud that overshadows
    Hides our Father's face from view,
O 'tis well then to remember
    He has blessed us hitherto.

Looking back the long years over,
    What a viried path! And yet
All the way HIs hand hath led us,
    Placed each hindrance we have met,
Given us the pleasant places,
    Cheered us all the journey through,
Passing through the deepest waters,
    He has blessed us hitherto.

Surely then our hearts should trust Him,
    Though the clouds be dark o'erhead;
We've a Friend that draweth closer
    When all other friends have fled.
When our pilgrimage is over, 
   And the gates we're sweeping through,
We shall see with clearer vision
    How He's belssed us hitherto.




February 17, 2018, 11:43 AM

I Know Something Good About You


Wouldn't this world be better,
   If folks whom we meet would say
"I know something good about you."
   And treat you just that way?

Wouldn't it be splendid, 
   If each handshake, good and true,
Carried with it this assurance;
   "I know something good about you"?

Wouldn't life be happier, 
   If the good that's in us all
Were the only thing about us
   That people could recall?

Wouldn't our days be sweeter,
   If we praised the good we see,
For there is a lot of goodness,
   In the worst of you and me?

Wouldn't it be fine to practice,
   This way of thinking too;
You know something good about me,
   I know something good about you?

 




February 11, 2018, 9:00 AM

The Conqueror


No matter how long the storms may rage
   Upon the sea of life, 
No matter how the waves may beat,
   No matter the strife,
The Lord is just the same today 
   As when He walked the sea,
And He can conquer every storm
   That life may send to thee.

The waves are raging everywhere
   And men are sore distressed,
But all they need is found in Him
   Who giveth perfect rest;
So cast your care upon the Lord,
   Whose strength will never fail;
He calms the waves for your frail bark, 
   His power will e'er prevail.


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Each week Bro. Dennis Ingle has a short message in the Sunday Bulletin. This “Blog” is made from these bulletin entries and also messages he posts on Facebook.

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