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MUSIC NOTES: 11.13.17


THIS SUNDAY, Nov. 19th

Choir:  Say Amen

Preacher:  Jason (this week: gentleness)


Pray for Don Baldwin, his outstanding team of youth leaders and, of course, our students, as they prepare for a weekend (Nov. 17-19) of intense fun and intense discipleship.


Sun., Nov. 19th – Regular schedule

Wed., Nov. 22nd – No activities (Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!)

Sun., Nov. 26thOne Worship Service at 10:30am; No Choir; No SUMMIT Groups


Tuesday, Nov. 14th, I will speak at Wheeler High School & Shamrock High School up in the Texas panhandle.

Continued thanks for prayers.  Together we are giving hope and saving lives.



Wed., Nov. 15th, we will begin spending a couple of weeks studying “the Bible Jesus read”: the Old Testament.

Jesus, himself, continually used the Old Testament scriptures (the only Scriptures in existence at the time) to give evidence of Himself as messiah and God.  To the religious leaders of the day, Jesus said, “You study the Scriptures [the Old Testament] diligently because you think that in them you have eternal life. These are the very Scriptures that testify about me.”  (John 5:39)

Nov. 15th – Introduction & Job

Nov. 22ndNo activities due to Thanksgiving holiday

Nov. 29th – Psalms & Proverbs

NOTE:  So as to avoid the lengthy holiday break, we will begin our systematic study of Revelation when we resume in January, 2018.



“A scared world needs a fearless church.” – A.W. Tozer



Finding one of her students making faces at others on the playground, Ms. Smith stopped to gently reprove the child.  Smiling, she sweetly said, “You know, Bobby, when I was a little girl I was told that if I made ugly faces my face would freeze and always stay like that.”  Bobby looked into her face and replied, “Well, Ms. Smith, you can’t say your weren’t warned.”


GRACE NOTES:  Christ in the Old Testament


To whet your appetite for Wed. evening’s study…  Read the blog here.


Soli Deo Gloria, Nick

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