Today Tuesday, 11th August 2020

A Family Church Rejoicing in the Grace of God

Welcome!

We are…

“A family church rejoicing in the grace of God”

Hi! We are pleased you took the time to visit our church website. Hopefully you’ll learn more about our church family and ministries. It’s not easy being in a culture that prefers to be entertained. As a church family we aim to keep things simple and as close as possible to the instructions in the New Testament scriptures.  Stop by if you love our Savior Jesus and you love God’s precious word. Stop by if you want to know about God’s free gift of salvation in Jesus Christ.

Romans 2:1-11


You Have No Excuse! – Speaker: Kevin Foss

If you judge someone else, you have no excuse for it. When you judge another person, you are judging yourself. You do the same things you blame others for doing. [2] We know that when God judges those who do evil things, he judges fairly. [3] Though you are only a human being, you judge others. But you yourself do the same things. So how do you think you will escape when God judges you? [4] Do you disrespect God’s great kindness and favor? Do you disrespect God when he is patient with you? Don’t you realize that God’s kindness is meant to turn you away from your sins? [5] But you are stubborn. In your heart you are not sorry for your sins. You are storing up anger against yourself. The day of God’s anger is coming. Then his way of judging fairly will be shown. [6] God “will pay back each person in keeping with what they have done.” (Psalm 62:12; Proverbs 24:12 ) [7] God will give eternal life to those who keep on doing good. They want glory, honor, and life that never ends. [8] But there are others who only look out for themselves. They don’t accept the truth. They go astray. God will pour out his great anger on them. [9] There will be trouble and suffering for everyone who does evil. That is meant first for the Jews. It is also meant for the Gentiles. [10] But there will be glory, honor and peace for everyone who does good. That is meant first for the Jews. It is also meant for the Gentiles. [11] God treats everyone the same.

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