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Sovereign Grace Fellowship

“a family church rejoicing in the grace of God”

9:25  Announcements and Prayer

9:40  Believer’s Worship
Songs/Hymns 
Lord’s Supper
Song/Hymn
Scripture Reading and Message – Moe Bergeron

             God, Who Is Able” 

               Ephesians 3:14-21

Closing Song/Hymn

11:00  Fellowship Time
11:15  Sunday School 
~12:15 Fellowship Lunch

This Week’s Events:

Nursery:  Janet Foss
Please notify the nursery worker, when dropping off your child, if he/she has any food allergies.

Wednesday:  Bible Study and Youth Groups 7:00 p.m.
Saturday:  Annual Church Meeting 9:00 a.m.
Saturday:  Soup Kitchen 4:30 p.m.

Church Cleaning for 1/18:  Janet and Kevin Foss
Next Week’s Nursery:  Tracy Ventura

Announcements 

For today’s Adult Sunday School Mike Foss will be teaching in the book of Jude.  Today’s lesson “Hey, Jude, Should We Be Afraid?” is from Jude 1:5-11.  Coming up soon, Kevin Foss will be starting a new series in the Book of Romans.

Please join us on Wednesday evening at 7:00 p.m. for Bible Study and Youth Groups (ages 9-13 and 14-18).  

The Annual 2020 SGF Business Meeting will be held on Saturday Morning, January 18th @ 9am.  More details, budget update and agenda were sent in an email.  Please let Mike Foss know if you did not get this email.  Proxy votes are on the back table.  We need a quorum.

The next Soup Kitchen will be Saturday, January 18th at 4:30 p.m. Kevin Foss will be speaking.   The sign-up sheet is on the bulletin board in the Fellowship Hall.

There will be a follow up outreach meeting on February 2nd during lunch.

The new Preaching, Communion, Nursery and Music Schedule is up.  If anyone needs changes to please let Mike Foss know.

We continue to collect protein items (canned tuna, salmon or chicken, peanut butter, hash, hearty meat-based soup, chili) for the Boscawen Food Pantry.   Please place items donated in the basket in the hall.

“Ye are Christ’s.”

1 Corinthians 3:23

“Ye are Christ’s.” You are his by donation, for the Father gave you to the Son; his by his bloody purchase, for he counted down the price for your redemption; his by dedication, for you have consecrated yourself to him; his by relation, for you are named by his name, and made one of his brethren and joint-heirs. Labour practically to show the world that you are the servant, the friend, the bride of Jesus. When tempted to sin, reply, “I cannot do this great wickedness, for I am Christ’s.” Immortal principles forbid the friend of Christ to sin. When wealth is before you to be won by sin, say that you are Christ’s, and touch it not. Are you exposed to difficulties and dangers? Stand fast in the evil day, remembering that you are Christ’s. Are you placed where others are sitting down idly, doing nothing? Rise to the work with all your powers; and when the sweat stands upon your brow, and you are tempted to loiter, cry, “No, I cannot stop, for I am Christ’s. If I were not purchased by blood, I might be like Issachar, crouching between two burdens; but I am Christ’s, and cannot loiter.” When the siren song of pleasure would tempt you from the path of right, reply, “Thy music cannot charm me; I am Christ’s.” When the cause of God invites thee, give thy goods and thyself away, for thou art Christ’s. Never belie thy profession. Be thou ever one of those whose manners are Christian, whose speech is like the Nazarene, whose conduct and conversation are so redolent of heaven, that all who see you may know that you are the Saviour’s, recognizing in you his features of love and his countenance of holiness. “I am a Roman!” was of old a reason for integrity; far more, then, let it be your argument for holiness, “I am Christ’s!”

https://www.biblegateway.com/devotionals/morning-and-evening/2020/01/12