How are you? How is your week going? Before we get into our Word of Encouragement, here are just a couple notifications! Please be sure to read the parking announcement!
Church Building Cleanup 05/11
This Saturday, the whole church will gather together to clean up the building. Please come out from 7-11am. We need ALL THE HELP we can get! Thank you!
Missionary Esther Lunch 05/11
If you haven’t heard about the legend of M. Esther, speak to anyone who has gone to Cambodia. Her humility in the gospel and her passion for the Kingdom are inspiring and encouraging! Come out to lunch this Saturday! RSVP with D. Sam (firstname.lastname@example.org) ASAP!
Parking Lot Construction
By the grace of God, we are starting the construction on our parking lot in the field area! Therefore, we won’t be able to park on the field starting this Sunday. If there isn’t a spot available in the asphalt lot, please park in Fraser Business Park parking lot north of the church off of Fraser.
Alright! Now… onto the Word of Encouragement!
This past Sunday, we saw Jesus talking about the witnesses that attest to Him being the Son of God, the Savior of the world. These witnesses include John the Baptist and His miracles.
However, we saw that He spends the most time talking about the third witness of the Word. The reason is because this is one of the most important witnesses. God’s word reveals His person, will, creation, providence, and redemption. It is the ultimate standard of truth. It has been written over a period of thousands of years, and yet it has the same story. It’s the story of revelation and redemption through Jesus.
This is why it’s so important for Jesus to tell that to us. We may not have seen John the Baptist or witnessed Jesus’ miracles. However, we do have His word.
New Life, Jesus is reminding us to trust these witnesses that claim that He is the Christ, the Son of God. The point is not for us to say that Jesus is a savior or He is the Savior (which He is). But the point is for us to say that Jesus is MY Savior and MY Lord.
No matter where you are today- hopeless, lost, blind, discouraged, doubtful, and/or in sin- there is hope today. The hope is found in Jesus Christ, the Son of God. Search the witness of God’s Word and be forever changed. Believe, and receive Jesus as YOUR Savior and Lord!
See you on Saturday for Cleanup/Missionary Esther Lunch! See you on Sunday for Lord’s Day Worship! Pray for one another.
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