Green Valley Baptist Church
Welcome & Announcements
Hymns of Praise No. 686
O God, Our Help in Ages Past
Hymn No. 688
Savior, like a Shepherd Lead Us
Pastoral Prayer - Steve Wagner
America, the Beautiful
Hymn No. 804
Battle Hymn of the Republic
Offertory Prayer - Phil Clifton
Message - Pastor John Guillott
THE WORD OF HOPE
Invitation Hymn No. 489
Pass Me Not
Closing Hymn No. 358
Because He Lives
Benediction - Phil Clifton
Happy Independence Day!
Connection Cards: Please fill out a connection card if you are a
first-time visitor, have special needs, a prayer request, or if you
wish to talk to anyone on the pastoral staff. Completed cards may
be dropped in the offering plate or given to one of the ushers.
July 4th Barbecue: GVBC will be having a barbecue tomorrow, July 4th at 12:00. Hotdogs and hamburgers will be served. Please bring a side dish to share! Signup sheet on bulletin board, just so we have a head count.
Memorial Service: for Mike Newman scheduled on July 9th in Bullhead City 10:00 am at Christian Growth Fellowship.
Keyboard/piano player needed: We have a need for a keyboard player for one half hour (2:30 - 3:00) on Sundays in July. If you would like to help, please contact Charles Logan at 520-490-0100
Gail White - July 5
Beth Farr - July 6
Larry Daubs - July 6
Marianna Berger - July 6
Bob McComb - July 8
Memory Verse for July
For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many. Mark 10:45
Deacon of the Week: Phil Clifton
Alternate of the Week: Bud Blumke
The men serving on our Deacon Ministry Team are servant ministers who are called to help our pastors meet the needs of the church family.
Sunday, July 3 - (Bible Reading – Mark 3)
9:00 am Sunday School Classes
10:30 am Worship Service – John Guillott
2:00 pm Silver Springs Bible Study & Worship
6:00 pm Life Group
Monday, July 4 - (Bible Reading – Mark 4)
9:30 am Independence Day – Office Closed
GVBC BBQ Picnic Today at 12:00
Tuesday, July 5 - (Bible Reading – Mark 5)
10:30 am Saints Alive – Not meeting
Wednesday, July 6 - (Bible Reading – Mark 6:1-29)
6:00 pm Prayer Meeting
6:45 pm Choir Rehearsal
Thursday, July 7 - (Bible Reading – Mark 6:30-52)
8:30 am Men’s Breakfast followed by Bible Study at 9:00am
10:00 am Ladies Bible Study
Friday, July 8 - (Bible Reading – Mark 7)
Saturday, July 9 - (Bible Reading – Mark 8)
9:00 am Church Council Meeting
The entire chapter of Amos helps us behold our God and live with hope found in His promises. In the darkest of times - the light of God’s grace breaks through to give us hope for the future.
THE BASIS OF HOPE (9:5-7)
Israel could have hope - not because of who they were but because of who God is.
THE INSTRUMENT OF HOPE (9:8-10)
THE REALIZATION OF HOPE (9:11-15)
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR US TODAY?
- He will not accept second place in our lives or second-rate discipleship.
- He promises that there will be an accounting - not only at the end of our physical lives - but every day of that life.
- We are accountable to Him for what we do with the blessings He bestows on us.