Our Bible study this week led us through Exodus, chapters 12 and 13. We saw the hand of God deliver the children of Israel from the house of bondage (Egypt).
We talked about the Holy Land and the fact that the Jews are back in the land. In chapter 13, God instructed Israel to remember what He had done for them in the past. He also instructed them to remember each year going forward. In the future (prophecy) life they were instructed not to forget our God.
You may be worshiping God today, but never forget where He found you (past) to help you honor Him with the rest of your life (future).
Remember, today is a gift from God. That is why we call today the present. It is a present from a gracious God.
The first month of 2020 is a start to the new year and a new decade.
We are so excited to see what God has done and is doing in the life of our church. We are blessed beyond measure!
Our prayer and plans are to reach more people for Jesus than ever before. Regardless of your age, whether you are married or single, we have a home for you here at Trinity.
As we work together to volunteer, pray, serve and give, we can be used by the Lord to change lives.
God honors hearts of caring and compassion.
Mark 8:2-3 “I have compassion on the multitude, because they have now been with me three days, and having nothing to eat…”
We see quickly that this physical food of 2,000 years ago could also represent another need in 2020. This could represent a spiritual need. No spiritual food in the lives of people leaves them weak. Our church is to be a hospital of hope; a place for the renewing, healing and feeding of the soul. It is help and hope for this generation. Jesus will save you and He has the power to keep you!
Blessings in the past, grace for today’s journey and hope to know our future is wrapped in the prophecy of God’s word.