I am told there were 35 who attended last Wednesday's service, and those I spoke to were delighted to be together in worship again. Even though faces were masked and voices muffled, the happy eyes I could see were joined together in adoration of our precious Lord who is worthy of all blessing and honor and glory. It was indeed a blessing after being separated for so many months. Worship is our response to God’s goodness and faithfulness, His majesty and power, and to His matchless, unending love. We serve a mighty God who is faithful and can overcome any obstacle we face.
As we return to weekly worship (for now on Wednesdays at 4 pm), pray hearts and minds will be focused on worshiping the God who has initiated a relationship with each of us. We look forward to your return to worship with us soon.
Dr. Page’s message last week focused on the faithfulness of God, who desires each of His servants to be faithful to what He has called us to do. Those who demonstrate faithfulness are an inspiration to each of us. I recall hearing of the 90+ year old grandmother who was led to go on a mission trip. “But what can I do at my age?” she asked. Sitting in a chair with open arms and hugs from her Savior was the task she was given to every patient who came to the missionary medical clinic for help. Our willingness and God’s grace make for blessings all around.
Oh, may all who come behind us find us faithful. May the fire of our devotion light their way.May the footprints that we leave lead them to believe and the lives we live inspire them to obey.Oh, may all who come behind us find us faithful.
Wednesday, Jul 22 – Worship, 4 pm in the sanctuary