I made this 3-seater. JJ & Eli love it. We go for rides nearly every evening, and the boys think it is a blast.
Both of these are meant to go on the back, but I spent a few days working on it and made it happen.
As remodeling continues to happen around our church, we are also filling the church with more visible Scripture.
A few guys in our church have this new business where they are putting Scripture on walls. Everyone is enjoying it!
Here is a picture of our new and much improved kitchen. It has 1 Corinthians 10:31 above it. It has been completed just in time because tonight we begin back our Wednesday night dinners.
–Here is the chorus
“Like a G5 yeah you rushed to rescue me Took a cross in exchange for a throne to save me You began the work and I know you’ll finish And make all things right when you come back Cause you’re my hero, you already saved the day Cause you’re my hero, and I know you’re coming back for me”
–Here are some lyrics from the last verse at the end of the song.
“New Heaven, new Earth that’s where all His sheep dwell
Cause Jesus succeeded in every part of life that we failed
Died the death we couldn’t die, paid our price with 3 nails
Began the work He promised, in the end we all will be well
Already beat our enemies and when His Kingdom’s realized
All those who oppose Him will see Jesus with some real eyes
Deliverance is offered us, the hero He is urging us
Salvation is exclusive to His people who have turned to trust”
Yesterday was our church’s 94th anniversary!
On August 16, 1916 the Christ-followers of Fairdale, KY came together to establish a Baptist church in the area. It was the first baptist church founded in the area.
We are humbled that after 94 years, God is still at work; the Bible is still the authority; love is still the ingredient; and Jesus is still the Way, the Truth & the Life.
May God be so gracious to keep His hand on us for another 94 years. He alone is worthy!
Most people do not have a good understanding of Hell.
Here is R.C. Sproul on hell. It is really good.
“Only supernaturalists really see nature.” -C.S. Lewis
Read this post about seeing nature.
Tonight while reading to JJ before bed, I came across yet another awesome passage in the Jesus Storybook Bible. (If you do not own this children’s Bible yet, please make plans to go get one. It is so good for adults.)
This passage is the last paragraph from the story of the three wise men coming from Matthew 2. It is speaking of baby Jesus.
“But this child was a new kind of king. Though he was the Prince of Heaven, he had become poor. Though he was the Mighty God, he had become a helpless baby. This King hadn’t come to be the boss. He had come to be a servant.”
Rick Pitino (Head Coach of University of Louisville Men’s basketball team) recently made this wise statement:
“…if you tell the truth your problems will become a part of the past. If you lie, they are a part of your future.”
In a setting where forgiveness is real and practiced (like among the church), this comment is so true.
You can read the whole article here.
Today I heard someone in passing speak of a ‘pessimistic deacon’.
I found it humorous. Christians should not be pessimistic. Deacons (humble servants in the church) should not be pessimistic. They should be humble servants.
Let’s please take a moment to examine ourselves.
Are you pessimistic? Are you pessimistic in words or attitude?