December 29, 2013
Saul, on his way to arrest followers of Jesus Christ, was arrested by Jesus Christ and became His follower.
December 24, 2013
“Blessed be the Lord God of Israel, for he has visited and redeemed his people and has raised up a horn of salvation for us in the house of his servant David.” Luke 1:68-69
December 22, 2013
How and why Jesus came is to impact our values, our judgment, our thinking. The humiliation of the incarnation used by Paul to help believers see the importance of servant-like conduct.
December 15, 2013
God’s gift to the world—His only Son, Jesus Christ—is an indescribable gift because it was a personal and sacrificial gift, an undeserved gift of grace, a gift that had eternal impact, and a gift that keeps on giving. Thanks be to God for his indescribable gift!
December 1, 2013
As one of the men the church had appointed to service (6:5) passes off the scene, another steps in to take his place and the work goes on. The plan (1:8) was still in effect.
November 24, 2013
Stephen’s death did not mean he failed in his mission, but that God was about to use another servant to further gospel work.
November 17, 2013
He is the Good Shepherd: the redemption of salvation was purchased by his blood (John 10:11, 14). This speaks of God’s grace. He is the Great Shepherd: his resurrection power makes our service to God acceptable (Heb 13:20–21). This speaks of God’s guidance. He is the Chief Shepherd: the reward for faithful service (1 Pet […]
November 16, 2013
Scripture Reading and Invocation Ephesians 1 Congregational Hymn Come, Christians, Join to Sing (90) Testimonies from Church Members Leland & Anjel Hunter, Sara Hammond Congregational Hymn To God Be the Glory (52) Message from the Ohio Bible Fellowship Pastor Dan Greenfield, President Choir Anthem How Great Thou Art (801) Testimonies from Church Members Patty Hartman, […]
October 20, 2013
Great men are not those who receive honor by dignitaries or who accomplish historical feats in life. Truly great people are humble servants who do not count their lives dear unto themselves.