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May you also know that God has a purpose for you which only you can fulfill, which is why He created you. Coming together as a congregation, we seek to help each other and you find who we are in Him, that is Jesus Christ, through whom we were made and for whom we are being created in His image. As you explore these pages, may you find what you are looking for and may God stir your heart to see Him and His purpose for you in your life. Please contact us and let us know how we may serve you.

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Never forget that God is good all the time!

Your fellow servant in Christ,

Pastor Greene

 

 

Daily Devotional

Sunday, January 25, 2015 Devotion “This is the plan devised against the whole earth; and this is the hand that is stretched out against all the nations. For the Lord of hosts has planned, and who can frustrate it? And as for His stretched-out hand, who can turn it back?” (Isaiah 14:26, 27) Those who fight against the Lord may seem, for a while, to progress, but their plans are thwarted. We are in a spiritual battle that has been raging for this age, but the battle was lost at the cross, where Christ showed his victory. In the last day, the final battle will show the victory over death. No one is able to frustrate the plans of the Lord. Either live under the rebellion that has already lost, or else follow the Lord and His prevailing plans. These are the two options. Lord, help me see that in the ups and downs of this life and all that comes, Your hand is still there as the rebellion continues, guiding and directing for the sake of those who will come to You. Keep me close to You, knowing that You have already one the war, although the battle still rages. Keep me in Your will and guide me in Your ways, that I would hold fast to what You have already declared. Thank You Lord for revealing to the nations the truth of what You have done, what You are doing and what You will do. Help me see all three so that I may live into the purpose for which You have called me. Guide me in Your precepts today, knowing that only in You is there a real future. May I be faithful to the calling You have given me, living according to Your purpose this day. Amen.
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