This weeks songlist is listed below in the spotify playlist
This week while we gather on Sunday morning, our Haiti team will be in the air flying to Haiti. Pastor Rodney will be going as well, and we'll be lifting them up in prayer during our service. In his stead, we are blessed to have special guest speaker Jimmy Draper joining us. Dr. Draper has done amazing things for the kingdom of God and has been involved in the highest levels of leadership, as a long-time pastor, President of Lifeway and President of the SBC.
In our songs, we begin by celebrating that God "is able to do above and beyond all that we ask or think according to the power that works in us" (Eph. 3:20), because "nothing is impossible for God" (Luke 1:37). I really love the message of our opener this week! God is indeed able to work a miracle today and tomorrow, just as He did yesterday. Miracles from God are often unsung stories, the little victories. Even our breath is a miracle. We also trust God to work in big ways, above what we even know to ask for. My prayer for each person is that this week God would move in your heart through His Word, through the worship of him and through Dr. Draper's message to us.
this weeks songs are listed below in the spotify playlist and youtube video
This Sunday we continue our series on the Fruit of the Spirit and specifically the fruit of peace. If you know me, I can be a little fidgity, a little ADHD, and get a little antsy. Patience and peace are not 'natural' to me (too many video games as a child), but I am acutely aware of several times when God's supernatural peace has guarded my heart beyond what would be available by human understanding (Philippians 4:7). That is the peace of God overflowing.
This Sunday we are singing together the classic hymn-- "It Is Well With My Soul," Pastor Rodney will be referencing this backstory to this song on Sunday morning, but I thought it was also worth referencing here as well. If you haven't read about the story of this hymn, before you listen to it read this. But having peace in the midst of the most violent storms is one of the evident signs of the indwelling of God's Spirit. Horatio Spafford displayed a supernatural peace. The 'storm' in his life was literal; it took his children. Yet when the sea billows of sorrows rolled, God's peace ministered to him. What an amazing testimony; what an amazing image of God's ministry to this man.
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"Then Samuel took a stone and set it up between Mizpah and Shen. He named it Ebenezer, saying, "Thus far the LORD has helped us."
1 SAMUEL 7:12