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Lord’s Day

The Lord’s Day 

– a once-a-week,

Mini Retreat.

– eab, 1/27/11

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Welcome to the meeting this Lord’s Day.  If you could sing any song you wanted to sing this AM what would we sing?  Please feel free to speak to Bro. Stephen about a preferred song for a future service: Lord’s Day or midweek.  He will not need to feel bound by your request but will at least know and your number may send his mind in a fresh direction from which we all will benefit and God will be glorified. 

 

If you could hear any special song you desired what would that be.  Please feel free to look at the song list & speak to one of them about your request. They should not be confined to “your” song but they could appreciate it (Sometimes choosing the right song is harder than actually singing it.)

 

If you were the Worship leader who would YOU ask to pray (opening, over offering, closing, etc.)?  Bro. James may (or may not) call on them but again your request to hear “So-n-So” prayer may move his mind a new direction to the benefit of us all.  (Please come to service “prayed-up” so, should you be called on, you’re ready to help us into God’s presence.)

 

And is there a line of truth upon which you would like the pastor to preach/teach?  This could be either one sermon or a mini-series.  I try to find the mind of the Lord for each service and I thank Him for any (and all) of His help.  I attempt to preach from both of the Testaments and to not “ride a hobby.”  Having said that, I would pray about suggested “themes.” I do not fit in the highest bracket of preachers. But even the best men may fail to address a topic(s) which his hearers want (need) to hear.

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For those of you who knew Ruth E. Bryan she entered heaven’s portals about 10:10 PM on the Lord’s Day. 

 

Please DO NOT send flowers.  Anyone wishing to make a gift in her memory please send a donation to

Global Holiness Missions,

c/oBox 511,

Maineville, OH 45039.

 

We “sorrow not…as others which have no hope.”

1Th 4.13.

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Have you traveled beyond the Old Testament (OT)?

Christians are not “left-overs” from OT – there are serious differences after the Cross!

 

Some have not ventured beyond the OT – they’re hung up on Saturday worship

– it was no glitch that Christ AROSE on a new day, the first day of the week!

It is now His day, the “Lord’s Day.”

 

Some have not ventured beyond the OT – they’re hung up on Priests

– priests with OT flashy clothing, priests with their OT power.

The disciples (and since) are not priests but ministers/pastors.

 

Some have not ventured beyond the OT – they’re hung up on Wealth

– the “Health and Wealth” people are trying to still equate money with blessings.

Come on over into the New Testament where this is not the same.

 

Some have not ventured beyond the OT – they’re hung up on Divorce and Remarriage

– adultery is not the same as fornication. “…If, while her husband liveth, she be married to another man, she shall be called an adulteress” Rom 7.3.  Leave OT reasoning.

 

Some have not ventured beyond the OT – they’re hung up on War.  Christ does not agree 

– David killed many – the Son of David killed none; Christ said “turn the other check.”

The men making money off of war deceive with “God and country” camouflage.    

 

 

 

   

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