March 29, 2020
He will swallow up death in victory;
and the Lord God will wipe away tears from off all faces;
and the rebuke of his people shall he take away from off all the earth:
for the Lord hath spoken it.
The Week Ahead
The plan for this week remains the same as last week. We will have live stream only on Sunday evening and Wednesday evening. We will try and notify everyone if we end up having to change plans for next Sunday morning, but as of now there will be “NO” Sunday School, only our normal Sunday morning service (which will also be live streamed). We also have a Heritage Baptist Church YouTube channel that Bro. Bob has started and is uploading our sermons there if it works better for you to watch past sermons from that platform.
Memory Verse –
This morning – 2 Peter 3:11
March emphasis: HOLINESS
Next week (April 5th) – Psalm 86:5
April emphasis: MERCY
April 12th – Psalm 118:1
April 19th – Ephesians 2:4, 5
April 26th – Hebrews 4:16
- Who were the first apostles to follow Jesus Christ?
(a) James & John (b) Andrew & Peter (c) Matthew & Thomas (d) Simon & Judas
- Which tribe of Israel was the apostle Paul from?
(a) Judah (b) Naphtali (c) Benjamin (d) Issachar
- Which piece of “the whole armour of God” is connected with faith?
(a) helmet (b) breastplate (c) sword (d) shield
- What is the shortest book in the New Testament?
(a) Jude (b) 2 John (c) 3 John (d) Philemon
- What type of insect did John the Baptist eat while in the wilderness?
(a) ants (b) flies (c) moths (d) locusts
Echoes From Glory
“It is much better to be drawn by the joys of heaven, than driven by the sorrows of earth.” – C.H. Mackintosh (1820-1896), Irish preacher & Bible expositor
Bob & Marge W. – April 1st
We pray the Lord’s blessings as you celebrate your anniversary!
Evening Fellowship Cancelled
Due to the current situation with COVID-19, we will not be having our scheduled fellowship for this evening. We will reschedule this once we return to our normal schedule.
For whatsoever is born of God overcometh the world:
and this is the victory that overcometh the world,
even our faith.
(1 John 5:4)