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The Man the King Delights to Honor

King Xerxes asks Haman, “What should be done for the man the king delights to honor?”
Haman’s answer? “For the man the king delights to honor, have them bring a royal robe the king has worn…”
Oh, the significance of that answer.   This Sunday in the Auditorium as we continue working our way through the book of Esther, Pastor Bill will take us through chapters 5 and 6 as we take a close look at the brokenness of Haman. The same brokenness that we sometimes see in ourselves.   But there is healing for that brokenness, and perhaps it can be found in “a robe the King has worn” and a dramatic reversal of roles that takes place.
Pastor Ray continues his sermon series called Faith Builders in the 11:00 Chapel Service. His message this Sunday is called Private Disciplines. While we are called to be a community of Believers, there is also a part of our life that takes place primarily between God and our private selves.   This is what we’ll be talking about this Sunday, and our Scripture text is Matthew 6:1-18.


8:00 Service in the Auditorium

Worship & Praise: I Lay My Sins on Jesus…Lord Jesus, I Long to be Perfectly Whole…There is a Place of Quiet Rest…God of Grace and God of Glory
Message: The King’s Robe

9:30 and 11:00 Services in the Auditorium

Worship & Praise: Your Mercy…One Thing Remains…Holy Spirit…We Fall Down…Crown Him
Baptism: Sam Young (9:30 Service)
Message: The King’s Robe

11:00 Service in the Chapel

Worship & Praise: My Faith Has Found a Resting Place…What a Friend We Have in Jesus…My Jesus, I Love Thee…Take My Life and Let it Be Consecrated
Message:Private Disciplines