We remember: “CHRIST is SUPREME”
Christ was fully human, He was also fully divine. Christ has always been God and always will be God. Christ’s death provided away for all people to come to God. It cleared away the sin that keeps us from having a right relationship with our creator. This does not mean that everyone has been saved but that the way has been cleared for anyone who will trust Christ to be saved. We can have peace with God and be reconciled to Him by accepting Christ, who died in our place.
From our Sunday, June 24th Worship Service
Gathering: Guitarist Sheila
Blue Book: #30 “Love Lifted Me”
Scripture: John 19: 1-16
Hymnal: #279 “At the Cross”
Scripture: John 19: 17-27
Blue Book: #73 “These Hands of Mine”
Blue Book: #42 “Blessed Calvary”
Prayers of the Saints and “The Lord’s Prayer”
Scripture: John 19: 28-37
Blue Book #28 “The Old Rugged Cross”
Go With God and Spread the Word!
Our bulletin message for the week . . .
We enjoy the peace that comes from being made right with God, but we still face daily problems that often help us grow. If we remember these two sides of the Christian life, we will not grow discouraged as we face temptations and problems. Instead we will learn the power available to us from Christ, who lives in us by the Holy Spirit. On one hand we are complete in Christ ( acceptance with Him is secure.) On the other hand, we are growing in Christ (becoming more and more like Him). Peace with God is possible only because Jesus paid the price for our sins through His death on the cross.
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