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The words that I speak to you, they are Spirit, and they are life.John 6:63
The Lord’s Day, February 28, 2021
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In your calling don’t “fro and to”Focus on what you have to doGrow from your youth, and do matureTo fill yourself with Christ, be sure So endure and carry your crossThen “to and fro” no longer tossThe stable state you will then reachSo the true gospel you shall preachAs you serve God, speak truth In loveIn true likeness, like hand in gloveSo His church build, in unityIn all warmth, and tranquility A church fitted with every jointHoping Christians respect this pointSo from old self, do disappearTowards the new, you have to steer2 Chronicles: 16:9; Ephesians 4:14.
Have you heard of locomotion?It is just “to and fro” MotionQuite often known, as “back and forth”Or North to South and back to North.Its like when you, cannot decideBy which belief, you must abideA dangerous situationThat may affect your salvation The eyes of the Lord move” to and fro”In the past, He knew what He sawAnd He still continues to scanTo care for those whose heart He won To Him, blameless must be our heartOtherwise peace from us, will partWaging war with our good LordIn the spirit, but not with sword
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WOL Marriage Devotion
anger in the marriageWe always insist that the home is the first and most important place where our Christian virtues can grow. Our marriage and family relationship exhibits our true selves. The family is the place to exercise the Spirit’s fruit and overcome the flesh’s works, such as those we find in Galatians 5:19. One of the behaviors there that fits is “anger.” Couples experience anger and that is normal. Yes, anger is a human emotion that even Jesus experienced. However, Jesus did not sin in his anger. Anger is normal if it is for the right godly reasons and not for selfish personal gratifications. Fits of anger, with uncontrolled emotions, clearly do not belong in the life of a married couple…disciples of Christ. Once one is angry, spouses must control it and get rid of it as soon as possible. Some spouses take days if not weeks, until they subdue their sinful-fleshly emotions. However, the Bible says, “do not let the sun go down while you are still angry! We should never go to bed angry. Work out your disagreements on a daily basis, or resentment will begin to decay. If you can’t find a solution, submit to Godly counsel. There will always be times in a marriage where you can’t work out problems independently, so get help. Getting help is not a sign of weakness but of wisdom. Then in verses 22 and 23 the fruit of the Spirit is listed, among which self-control. So a life controlled by God’s Spirit will also display self-control, or put differently: Spirit-control.REFLECTION:How committed are you to restrain anger, and make peace before the sun goes down?