Death is Not Dying

I’ve known of this video for awhile but I failed to post it on my, “Our Light Affliction” weblog.  Sadly, I believe that the reason I hadn’t posted it earlier is because of pride.  That’s it, simply pride.  I wrote an article recently on how the Lord has been dealing with my own sinfulness.  That link is included in the New Creation News newsletter but you can also read it by CLICK HERE (which will open up a new window).  I failed to place this video link on my latest newsletter so I’m linking it here.

Please take the time to listen to what this dear sister has to say.  She has recently gone home to be with the Lord, but this video, as you’ll gather, was only taped not long ago earlier this year.  Her name is Rachel Barkey, and her hope was in Christ to the end.  May that be our testimony whatever our circumstances.

THIS VIDEO OF RACHEL BARKEY CAN BE ACCESSED BY CLICKING HERE (to open a new window).

THIS VIDEO OF RACHEL BARKEY CAN BE ACCESSED BY CLICKING HERE (to open in this same window).

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Published in: on August 28, 2009 at 11:48 am  Comments Off on Death is Not Dying  
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This week, July 13th – 19th

Quote of the Week: “Good works must needs flow from faith, or no way; because that alone carrieth in it an argument sufficiently prevalent to win upon our natures, to make them comply with holiness.” –John Bunyan (1628-1688).

Wednesday, July 15th, 6:30 p.m.:  Our devotion will continue to examine the Triunity of God from our studies from A Puritan Catechism.

Sunday morning, July 19th, 11:00 a.m.:  We will continue in our study of Paul’s Epistle to the Romans as we have begun walking verse-by-verse through that book of the Bible.  The morning message is entitled, “The Just Shall Live by Faith.”  The Scripture texts are taken from Romans 1:17.

Sunday evening, July 19th, 6:00 p.m.:  The evening Bible study continues in the Gospel of John, chapter 5.  The message is entitled, “The Testimonies of Christ – Pt.2.”  The Scripture text is taken from John 5:36-47.

Sunday school classes for children, youth, and adults will begin at 9:45 a.m.  Youth Sunday school classes are for those young people attending grades 7-12 or are ages 12-17.  The youth class includes prayer, catechism recitation and memorization, and the verse-by-verse reading and study of Scripture.  Brother Jon Cardwell teaches this class, and currently, we are studying the Gospel According to Luke.

Published in: on July 14, 2009 at 7:34 am  Comments Off on This week, July 13th – 19th  
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