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Sovereign Grace Fellowship

“a family church rejoicing in the grace of God”

9:25  Announcements and Prayer
(Please enter the sanctuary quietly during prayer time.)

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

“A Simple Statement          
Romans 3:23

Closing Song/Hymn

11:00  Fellowship Time
~12:15 Fellowship Thanksgiving Dinner

This Week’s Events:

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

Wednesday: Bible Study and Youth Groups 7 p.m.
Saturday:  Soup Kitchen 4:30 p.m.

Church Cleaning for 11/27:  Allyson and Steve Shorey
Next Week’s Nursery:  Sharon Shorey

Announcements 

No Sunday School today.

We are looking forward to celebrating our thankfulness to the Lord with all of you!

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

The next Soup Kitchen will be Saturday, November 16th at 4:30 p.m.   Kevin Foss will be speaking.  The sign-up sheet will be on the bulletin board in the Fellowship Hall.

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.

“The eternal God is thy refuge.”

Deuteronomy 33:27

The word refuge may be translated “mansion,” or “abiding- place,” which gives the thought that God is our abode, our home. There is a fulness and sweetness in the metaphor, for dear to our hearts is our home, although it be the humblest cottage, or the scantiest garret; and dearer far is our blessed God, in whom we live, and move, and have our being. It is at home that we feel safe: we shut the world out and dwell in quiet security. So when we are with our God we “fear no evil.” He is our shelter and retreat, our abiding refuge. At home, we take our rest; it is there we find repose after the fatigue and toil of the day. And so our hearts find rest in God, when, wearied with life’s conflict, we turn to him, and our soul dwells at ease. At home, also, we let our hearts loose; we are not afraid of being misunderstood, nor of our words being misconstrued. So when we are with God we can commune freely with him, laying open all our hidden desires; for if the “secret of the Lord is with them that fear him,” the secrets of them that fear him ought to be, and must be, with their Lord. Home, too, is the place of our truest and purest happiness: and it is in God that our hearts find their deepest delight. We have joy in him which far surpasses all other joy. It is also for home that we work and labour. The thought of it gives strength to bear the daily burden, and quickens the fingers to perform the task; and in this sense we may also say that God is our home. Love to him strengthens us. We think of him in the person of his dear Son; and a glimpse of the suffering face of the Redeemer constrains us to labour in his cause. We feel that we must work, for we have brethren yet to be saved, and we have our Father’s heart to make glad by bringing home his wandering sons; we would fill with holy mirth the sacred family among whom we dwell. Happy are those who have thus the God of Jacob for their refuge!

https://www.biblegateway.com/devotionals/morning-and-evening/2019/11/10