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Morning Glory...

Rising feeling a bit better  today; thanking God for relief from my ailments…Reflecting on how marvelous God’s Word truly is…it wasn’t written yesterday…it is written to record the Truth of the LORD of hosts in all His manifold glory, through the ages of what is before, to the ages to come…it is preserved in Truth and clarity and substance to endure wars, destructions, and “environmental change” for all who have come after those who documented the testimony of His glory in their moment in eternity… 848 more words

Faith

Council Eucharist Sermon, Bishop Lillibridge

Bishop Gary Lillibridge delivered the sermon during the 113th Diocesan Council Eucharist service on Thursday, February 23. After plenty of jokes and laughter, he focused on the diocesan theme: “Behold, I make all things new,” and he encouraged all to offer themselves for the sake of others and to become God’s partner in making things new. 59 more words

Council 2017

"Psalm 15"

Sovereign Lord, our Lord, who may live with you?
And who will you allow within your house,
To come into your holy presence there
And stand before your glory and your face?

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Poetry

Most Who Attend Church Are Not Worshipping God

Most who attend church are not worshiping God, they are simply going through the motions. But what is genuine worship? Worship is a combination of attitude and acts focused on reverence to God. 937 more words

Worship

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Reading: 2 Peter 1: 16-18

Like almost all the other stories of Jesus, someone was there to remember the event, to tell others about it, to one day record it. 329 more words

"I Look To The Hills..."

Join us this Sunday, February 26 at 9:15 am for Sunday School and for Worship Service at 10:30 am. Dr. Martin will lead us from Matthew 17: 1-9, Exodus 24:12-18. 7 more words

Worship

Want More Answers To Your Prayers? Reverence Is The Key.

Reverence is a holy fear of God. Now, this is astonishing: God the Son regards God the Father with an appropriate holy fear. The Son is not afraid of the Father’s judgment. 245 more words

Religion