Weekly Prayer Requests

(as posted in bulletin)

Prayer List 01/07/18

Marcie, Jason & Becky – Bereavement
Betty Moore – Bereavement
Liane Ripatte – (Sharon’s Sister) 2 surgeries, still healing
Bobby – (Terry’s Friend) had 10-hr Surgery
Mary & Micheal – Several financial needs
Fred Dorsey – still very difficult breathing
Eric Valazquez – Muscular Dystrophy
Sharon TerKeurst – Ankle/Foot
Nora Diaz – Lupus, Health Issues
Emma – (Cherye’s mom) Comfort Care
Susie – New Tumor (Friend of Cherye)

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Thank God every day for;
        A new day, to offer Him praise and Glory.
        For meeting our needs.
        The safe travels of our church members and their families.
        The safe return Of Dalton Stripling to St. Augustine.
        George Capallia going to mechanical college
Praying for:


Our Missionaries
Our church family
Our visitors
Our church building needs
Overcomers Ministry
St. Gerard House
Crookshank Elem. School
Gideons Ministry
Our military and country.


Lord Jesus, sinful pride

          makes me think I should:                                  

                 – see more results from my service….
                 – get more recognition for my service…..
                 – feel more satisfaction in my service…..
                          Forgive me, and give me a heart of love,
                                       a heart more like yours.. .. .. ..

Week of August 27, 2017

Susan Layfield – Health
Ronnie Carter – Health
Scott Gedris – Health
Dawn DuPont – Family
Emma (Cherye’s mom) – Failing health
Sharon T. – Ankle surgery needed
Nora Diaz – Health
Donald Spinicci – Health/Dental
Richard Beard – Cancer
Jason Lawyer = Health/Dental
Eric Velazquez – Health

Important Recall Notice!

    The maker of ALL human beings is recalling all units manufactured, regardless of make, model or year, due to a defect in th primary and central component of the heart.
   This is due to a malfunction  in the original prototype units code named “Adam” and “Eve”, resaulting in the reproduction of the same defect in ALL subsequent units.
   This defect has been technically termed, “Subsequential Internal Non-Morality”, or more commonly known as S.I.N., as it is primarily evident by loss of moral judgment.


Step Two on the Roman Road

Romans 6:23

For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God
is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.   
In step one, we are called to acknowledge that we are all sinners. That by ourselves none of us is good enough to save ourselves.
We all know that there are rewards and or consequences for our actions.
If we put in a good days or weeks work we get a paycheck .
If we get caught speeding down the road in our car we get a ticket.


Step One on the Roman Road

Romans 3:23

“For ALL have sinned and fall short
of the glory of God.”
Every journey starts with a single step. Here in Romans 3:23 we find our first step on our path to salvation.
 Like always the first step is never easy.
How often have we heard or thought one of the following?
“I’m a good person, I don’t lie or steal, I’ve never killed anyone. I keep the ten commandments. I donate my time and
money to help those less fortunate.
“God is good, He loves us all, I’m sure when he sees how hard I worked and tried, there is no way I’ll be sent to Hell”
“I know soo many people who are no where near as good as I am.”
“I’m good enough.”


Quotes From Historical Figures About the Bible

            With all the effort to remove God and the Bible from our country lately, I thought it would make sense to share these quotes from a publication I recently was given.
             The following are quotes of Historical figures as found in Scientific Facts in the Bible by Ray Comfort, and published  by BRIDGE–LOGOS in Alachua, Florida 32615



A Remarkable Puzzle

Test Your Bible Skills!

Can you find the names of 25 books of the Bible in this paragraph?
This is a most remarkable puzzle. Someone found in the seat pocket
on a flight from Los Angeles to Honolulu, keeping himself occupied
for hours. One man from Illinois worked on this while fishing from
his john boat. Roy Clark studied it while playing his banjo. Elaine Victs
mentioned it in her column once. One woman judges the job to be
so involving, she brews a cup of tea to help calm her
nerves. There will be some names that are really easy to spot….
that’s a fact. Some people will soon find themselves in a jam, especially since the book names are not necessarily
capitalized. The truth is, from answers we get, we are forced
to admit it usually takes a minister or scholar to see some of
them at the worst. Something in our genes is responsible for
the difficulty we have. Those able to find all of them will hear
great lamentations from those who have to be shown. One
revelation may help, books like, Timothy and Samuel may
occur without their numbers. And punctuation or spaces
in the middle are normal. A chipper attitude will help you
compete. Remember, there are 25 books of the Bible
lurking somewhere in this paragraph.

Read more for answers.



“True repentance is a turning from sin
–a conscious, deliberate decision to leave sin behind
–and a conscious turning to God with a commitment to follow His will for our lives.
It is a change of direction, an alteration of attitudes,and a yielding of the will.”
 Billy Graham,
The Secret of Happiness (New York: Doubleday,  1955)



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