Easter Sunday: Trust God!

You can use this order of events to follow along with the Zoom call on Easter Sunday (4-12-20) @ 9:25am or use it as a guide to your own at-home service: Welcome Opening Prayer Song Were You There Easter Thoughts – “He is Risen!” Song Lord Reign in Me Lord’s Supper Jesus did not dieContinue reading “Easter Sunday: Trust God!”

Drinking the Cup

Please consider the following as a in-home or small group church service: Song Joyful Joyful We Adore Thee Prayer Devotional: A brief discussion on Jesus’ words to his disciples when He calmed the storm. (below) 2 songs Tis So Sweet To Trust In Jesus Old Rugged Cross Lord’s Supper Please read and meditate on MatthewContinue reading “Drinking the Cup”

Abundant Life

I love the promise of Jesus in John 10, verse 10: I came to give you life and life in abundance When I think of this fulfilling life in practice, five keys come to mind: Live with contentment which means trusting in God who loves me and is able to do all things. Be kindContinue reading “Abundant Life”

Will there be tears in Heaven?

Do you think there are or will be tears in heaven one day? Two weeks ago when we were at Bible Bowl in Cookeville, several folks took a picture of me talking to Horace Burke during the interval for lunch. They asked me if I was correcting the man who read all the questions. IContinue reading “Will there be tears in Heaven?”

Rest in the Lord

Is there anything disturbing your perfect rest in the Lord? What could be weighing down our awareness of God in our lives? Have you noticed that self-awareness can disturb our God awareness? To the degree that God is our all in all, we will find that He fills our cup. When we are down, HeContinue reading “Rest in the Lord”

Following Jesus Isn’t for Wimps

By Reginald Smith, Tuesday, February 13, 2018 in TODAY Scripture Reading — Luke 12:1-3 Be on your guard against the yeast of the Pharisees, which is hypocrisy. — Luke 12:1 Jesus used an ordinary baking ingredient (yeast) to picture the power of sin in people’s lives. It was Passover, and thousands of Jews were travelingContinue reading “Following Jesus Isn’t for Wimps”