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“If Only”

“If only we had meat to eat! Then we would be happy.” So thought the Israelites. Never mind that they’re on their way to the Promised Land. They’d rather turn around and head back to Egypt…back into bondage, back into forced labor. Why?

Because the fish was free.   Seriously.

What is it about the human heart, the human condition that causes us to fix our eyes on something and totally disregard what might happen if we actually get it?

This Sunday, as we continue our Sermon Series on Lies We Believe, Pastor Bill will have us consider the lie: “If Only My Situation Changed, Then I’d Be Happy.” The message is titled “There’s Free Fish in Egypt.”

There’s Free Fish all around us. We’ll talk about the danger of making anything other than Jesus the object of our affection, and how to get back our appetite for God. Our Scripture text will be Numbers 11: 4-6, 10-20

Pastor Adam brings the message in the Chapel at 11:00. His message is titled “How Busy I Am Shows How Important I Am.” It’s easy to wear busyness like a badge of honor, thinking that busyness implies importance. We’ll look at the story of Mary and Martha found in Luke 10:38-42 and listen for God to speak to us.

SUNDAY SERVICES

8:00 Service in the Auditorium

Worship & Praise: Immortal, Invisible…God of our Fathers…Great is Thy Faithfulness…God Be With You Till We Meet Again

Message: There’s Free Fish in Egypt!

9:30 and 11:00 Services in the Auditorium

Worship & Praise: Your Grace is Enough…God With Us…I Shall Not Want…One Thing Remains

Message: There’s Free Fish in Egypt!

11:00 Service in the Chapel

Worship & Praise: Immortal, Invisible…God of our Fathers…Great is Thy Faithfulness…When We Walk With the Lord

Message: How Busy I Am Shows How Important I Am