Brother Gary Farlow brought the message from Acts, chapter 11. The followers of Christ were first called Christians at Antioch. They showed evidence of being Christ-like by the way they waited for guidance from the Holy Spirit, how they walked in the Spirit, through their witness, and by their worship. Today, we should strive to be more Christ-like every day by our waiting, our walk, our witness, and our worship. We cannot lead others to Christ if we don’t show evidence of Christ in us. Are you working to be more Christ-like? Do your words and actions show it?
Brother Farlow’s evening message was from Ephesians, chapter 2. God butts into our lives when we need Him the most. Without the urging of the Father, we would never realize we are lost and need a Savior. All we need to do is follow His urging and let Him do the rest. Has God butted into your life? Is He urging you to step out on faith and accept Jesus? Let God butt in today.
During the evening service we recognized our veterans in attendance, Gene McElroy and Robert Vaughn. If you know any veterans, let them know how much their service to our country is appreciated.
Please pray for: Jay Daniel, Robert and Gladys Baughn, Jo Simmons, Mildred Skinner, our church, its members, and anyone else God wants you to pray for.