Sunday Worship Service 10:30 - 12:15 Fellowship Meal: 27 January’2012.30 - 15.00Tuesday Bible Study 19:00 - 20:00Saturday Prayer Meeting 06:00 - 08:00Friday Women’s Meeting 10 th Jan 2020
The words that I speak to you, they are Spirit, and they are life.John 6:63
The Lord’s Day, January 05, 2020
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Tuesday, 7 January:fasting and prayingPraying ScriptureEphesians 5:15-20
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PRAYING FOR OUR YOUNG GENERATION•In the book of Isaiah 43:5, the Lord promises that he will bring children back from far away. “Do not be afraid, for I am with you; I will bring your children from the east and gather you from the west.”•What a great promise we have. We are still in time, we are still alive and can pray. God already answered this prayer in the past in our church. It's time to pray for our children that left our church. They might be not dead in spirit. Our children are not the ones that we bring on Sunday only. Wherever our children are, God knows where they are. He is able to bring them back to Him and to His fold. However, let us pray to our Lord “east and west, let my children go, so that they may worship me” (Ex 9:1)
Guiding Prayer Points
When contentions arise with my brethren, help me Lord to maintain a heart of peace and I pray that you would keep my friends convicted lest by the work of the enemy we become divided. Help me to keep a pure tongue and to bring every conversation back to You. I want your praise to be on my lips. I want to keep from idle chatter, and speak things benefiting a walk with you. Help me to fellowship over you and not idle things. I want to be of the same mind, the same judgment, and unified in the Spirit with my brethren.
Now I plead with you, brethren, by the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that you all speak the same thing, and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be perfectly joined together in the same mind and in the same judgment.” 1Corinthians 1:10
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Celebrating the good times; leaning on each other in the difficult times.We hear during weddings the phrase “for better or for worse.” Along with other nice words, the celebrant encourages the couple to live the marriage life with the established ‘rules” that are able to keep couples together. Every marriage will experience both extremes; yours and mine included. When your spouse is happy, you should be the first to share in the celebration. When your spouse is sad or even heartbroken, you should be there for support. David Willis claims that “In those moments of pain your spouse won’t need you to cheer them up or to offer advice. Simply be there. Hold each other. Pray together. Cry together. These moments of shared pain will become some of your most intimate shared memories.” In this world of independency, the system managed to remove the oneness of the couple. However, Christian believers are to be reminded that “God made the rules of marriage and not man.Reflection: How can I better celebrate with my spouse in good times and better support my spouse in difficult times?
Be devoted to one another in love. Honor one another above yourselves.” Romans 12:10