An overview of Robert Murray McCheyne's life of communion with God. A student of Thomas Chalmers , he taught McCheyne 4 key things of importance in relation to holiness. 1st - Seeking approval of God as first principle. 2nd - Never be satisfied with growth in holiness. 3rd - Giving themselves to their true work. And 4 - A direct dealing with men concerning their salvation. It was living according to these principles which made McCheyne a godly man as a minister.
For some time, the folks at WBF have been praying for God to expand our children's ministry. Little were we aware that God has been answering that prayer in a most supernatural way. Join us as we enjoy a visit from Brother Ovidiu from Romania and Pastor Keith.
Matthew 1st Greets the Congregation in his Native Tongue, Navajo; Then in English. What a wonderful preachers and so light hearted and loving. His sermon has many references to scripture, and burdens us to think and walk like Jesus so the world can see us as not only different but steadfast in the Faith.
Missions Presentation at the Elkdale Baptist Church October 31st Fall Family Fellowship night. Part of missions conference week. Bob Dewitt from GLBM missions gives two video reports and shares testimonies of what God is doing in Myanmar and Kenya through their missions outreach in these countries.
Greetings and welcome! This is our daily devotional for October 31, 2023. Today we continue with our series in the Book of Acts in chapter 16 with Luke joining Paul on his journeys and a special lesson on trusting God. As Deuteronomy 29:29 says, the secret things belong to the Lord. Thanks for joining us.
The Bible is full of the truth of God's sovereignty over everything. God is active in the affairs of men and directs the course of every person for His glory. Acts 16 reveals how God providentially guided the Apostle Paul's life to achieve His eternal purpose.
Do not lay up treasures on earth, but treasures in Heaven. We need to be concerned about the Kingdom of Christ. All else is unimportant. Jesus Christ paid for our acceptance. We then must find our work serving Him in the Church.
In the evening we continue in Acts 2 with our text being 2.21 and we rejoice in "The Missionary Spirit". There will be many applications, especially to very specific prayer issues in this sermon, so come ready to take notes!
Responsive Reading of Isaiah 43.1-13
Scripture Reading: Joel 2.28-32; Acts 2.14-21
Text: Acts 2.21
Sermon: "The Missionary Spirit"
Theme: God pours out His Spirit to cause every aspect of the salvation of sinners
God the Holy Spirit causes…
…the declaration of salvation
…the hearing of the declaration of salvation
…the calling on the Name of the Lord
We will gather with joy and thanksgiving this Lord's Day to worship Him while having our hearts and minds brought to focus on missions. We bring our missions emphasis week with two sermons from Acts 2. In the morning we see "The Missionary God" from Acts 2.11. This is such a rich passage - 2.1-13 with our focus on 2.11. Come with excitement to refocus on God's mission. Scripture Reading: Genesis 11.1-9; Acts 2.1-13
Text: Acts 2.11
Message: "The Missionary God"
Theme: This merciful act of God reveals Who is behind every missionary endeavor
Through whom do they hear?
How do they hear?
What is told and heard?