• "Scared and depressed, they didn't know where to turn or what to do."

    Look Up And Rejoice...That is Grace

    Legalized or condoned abortion is tragic for the child, but we often forget about the woman who made the wrong choice. Overturning Roe vs. Wade is correct. Putting an end to killing a child in the womb should be one of our greatest endeavors. When the abortion issue takes center stage, as it has this month, conscience rips apart the wounds of many women, leaving them (often alone with their own secret) overshadowed by guilt and shame.


    Each of us should weep with them. Since 1973, millions of women during a confusing time in life were duped and deceived into believing a child in the womb was a glob of tissue. Scared and depressed, they didn’t know where to turn or what to do. Not only the Godless suffer; Christian women do too. Abortion transcends all cultures and all religions in our nation.


    The apostle Paul wrote, by inspiration of the Holy Spirit, “God was in Christ, reconciling the world unto himself, not imputing their trespasses unto them…” God is not assigning sins to your account.


    Women shrouded in the painful aftermath can look up and rejoice. Christ forgave once and for all. That is grace.


    [2 Corinthians 5:19]


    Christ Receiveth Sinful Men [Click for music]

    Verse 1

    Sinners Jesus will receive;

    Sound this word of grace to all

    All who languish dead in sin,

    All who linger, all who fall.


    Chorus

    Sing it o’er and over again;

    Christ receiveth sinful men;

    Make the message clear and plain:

    Christ receiveth sinful men.


    Verse 2

    Come, and He will give you rest;

    Trust Him, for His Word is plain;

    He will take the sinfulest;

    Christ receiveth sinful men.


    Chorus

    Sing it o’er and over again;

    Christ receiveth sinful men;

    Make the message clear and plain:

    Christ receiveth sinful men.


    Verse 3

    Now my heart condemns me not,

    Pure before the law I stand;

    He who cleansed me from all spot,

    Satisfied its last demand.


    Chorus

    Sing it o’er and over again;

    Christ receiveth sinful men;

    Make the message clear and plain:

    Christ receiveth sinful men.


    Verse 4

    Christ receiveth sinful men,

    Even me with all my sin;

    Purged from every spot and stain,

    Heaven with Him I enter in.


    Chorus

    Sing it o’er and over again;

    Christ receiveth sinful men;

    Make the message clear and plain:

    Christ receiveth sinful men.

    1. Well spoken. Pain is present on many levels. Thanks be to God for his forgiveness to all who take it in.
  • Yesterday Biden said your children are no longer yours once they enter the classroom. Democrats want to eliminate parents, and make your children property of the STATE. This is what’s called the destruction of the God-created family. These people are evil. The only real solution is to get your kids out of the system.
    1. This whole philosophy of the children becoming part of the state when school is return Virginia around. If you people wake up action.
    2. I meant to say the philosophy of children belonging to the state once in school is wrong. This idea is what turned the parents around in Virginia. It worked. People need to take action. Apologies for the messed up message.
    3. Ohhh thanks. I can understand why......lol. I am good.
  • Caesarea, then and now.
    1. Wow looks just alike
  • There were no cameras 2,000 years ago, but the people were certainly real. To capture their images statues were made. Here’s the head of one whose name you will recognize. See you Sunday @ 11:00 AM
    1. Octavian = "And it came about in those days, a decree went out from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be taxed."
  • What makes a nation great? Hint: it’s not a man. Proverbs 14:34: “Righteousness exalteth a nation: But sin is a reproach to any people.” Wise words.
    1. Resurrection Sunday Service | 11:00 AM
      1. This week is Palm Sunday! 11:00 AM.
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          Anniversary Sunday

          Along with our regular service and Bible teaching, we will take some time to reminisce about our seventeen year history.