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Pastor Erc Kincaid, who grew up at Flemings Chapel. was our special speaker on August 21, 2022. His message, from Lamentations 3, was an encouragement to find hope in the Lord Who is always faithful. Pastor Eric reminded us that despite the circumstances of life, Jeremiah was able to see that the covenant keeping God is worthy of our trust and confidence.
Who Are You .... And What Are You Doing?
On a Sunday morning marked by a snowy winter event, the services at Flemings Chapel were cancelled. But God's Word still speaks! Pastor David shared a lesson from Isaiah 40 on his personal Facebook page that reached more people than our typical livestream. Click the wintery picture and listen to the encouragement from Isaiah that teaches us to trust our great God.
In our worship service we had the privilege of looking into God's Word to see the qualities that ought to be a part of a believer's life. Our study in Colossians 3 showed us the difference between a person who lives for Jesus compared to those who don't.
Prior to the sermon, we had the joy of approving Thomas Smith as our new Associate Pastor for Student Ministries.
Taking a look into Romans 5:1-8, we see how the sacrifice of Jesus not only makes possible our right standing with God, but it introduces us to the grace in which we live. The sacrifice of Christ for us not only enables our forgiveness, but it should enliven our commitment to service and sacrifice for the glory of God.
We celebrated the goodness of God for our Awana Clubs terrific year. We worshiped God for His goodness in letting us know about the Savior. And we studied Mark 5:1-20 to see how God can use our story to give glory to Jesus!
The reality of what Jesus did on the Christ, and when He defeated death makes an eternal difference. His work of sacrifice and suffering was finished at the cross. And His power to give life was demonstrated by His resurrection. Learn the six words that changed everything from John 19 and Luke 24. Praise His name, Jesus is alive!
In preparation for the Passion Week of our Savior, we took a brief detour out of the book of Hebrews in order to be reminded of the sacrifice of our Savior. Pastor David's message is from the gospel of Mark, chapter 10. Three individual are highlighted as we look at the cost of salvation. The rich young ruler, the outspoken disciple Peter, and the Lord Jesus. (If you are having trouble seeing this video, go to Facebook to find our March 21st service.)
With this sermon, we are starting a new series of messages in a verse by verse study through the book of Hebrews. This book, rich with great inspiration and valuable information, will be a wonderful encouragement to you helping you to keep walking by faith. IN this introductory message you will discover 8 great things about our wonderful Lord and Savior. (Due to a technical issue, you may need to come back and click here for the final few minutes of the message. We apologize for the inconvenience.)
Naomi encouraged Ruth to find a kinsman-redeemer who would bring security and rest to her life. This act of love was a vivid demonstration that Naomi's heart had become tender to Ruth, her dedicated daughter-in-law. In this 3,100 year old story, there are many parallels to the life of a believer. Make the connection by worshipping with us and learning the lessons of Ruth 3.
The book of Hebrews 2:9-18 describes several reasons why Jesus came to earth. He came to experience death as our substitute; bring many sons to glory; defeat the devil; become a merciful High Priest; and make the offering which satisfied God's holy justice. Worship with us through this passage that led us to the celebration of communion. (Click the graphic to view the worship service.)
In Matthew 1:18-25, we discover details about how Joseph learned that Mary was going to have a Son. In the midst of staggering shock that his bride was expecting, Joseph learned that the Heavenly Father sent Jesus to be "God with us." Jesus came to fulfill the promise of salvation to everyone who believes and trusts Him to be their Savior.
Matthew 1:1-17 contains a long list of relatives of the Lord Jesus. Some of these people had a colorful past. Why did God choose them, and what can we learn about how God deals with people through the family tree of Jesus, the Messiah? Click the tree graphic and enjoy our service as we get ready for Christmas by looking into the genealogy of Christ.
The Gospel of Matthew, chapter 2, tells us that wise men saw the star that led them to Bethlehem, and there they worshipped. It also says that Herod heard about the birth of the newborn King and plotted to kill Jesus. Which are you: thrilled to worship Jesus, or threatened that He deserves to be Lord of your life?
Psalm 96 gives a call to worship. It tells us that our we should sing to God to heap glory on His name. We should give to God to worship with open hands. And we should remember that that He will set all things in order because He is the One Who judges righteously. Prepare your heart for Thanksgiving and worship through this significant psalm.
The story is familiar. The ten lepers were healed, and only one stopped to say thank you in praise for what Jesus had done for him. Are you in the ten percent? Are you grateful for the work of God in your life? Like the leper, we all have a disease (sin) that is deadly, and we can do nothing about it apart from Christ. Have you accepted His healing work of the cross and empty tomb. Have you thanked Him lately for His grace to care for you? Luke 17,11-19 tells the powerful story!
The circumstances in Jerusalem in 520 BC were tough, like today. The people were distracted by all the hardship . . . like today. And they were less than faithful, like too many in the current climate. BUt God called them to a new level of obedience, and promised a greater level of blessing for those who would consider their ways and repent.
God is regularly testing our faith to teach us to trust Him more, purging us of impurities, claiming glory to Himself as He works in our hearts. The Lord is giving us reasons to rejoice in what He is doing, giving us joy that is indescribable. And it is our faith that gives us the assurance of our salvation. What is God doing in your faith?