Salem Ebenezer Reformed Church RCUS
Church • Manitowoc, WI • 47 members • 2 followers
About this group
We celebrate the fact that we belong to Christ in body and soul, in life and death
- Welcome! We are so glad to invite you to join us. We celebrate the good news that we are not our own, but belong to Jesus.
- Manifesting His own holiness is the purpose for which we think is evil - meaning that, not only do our personal circumstances seem to be questionable as being unfair, and or wicked, but what is also viewed as "not right". The fear of knowing that He is Master of, and sovereign over everything, "can destroy both soul and body in hell" (Matt. 10:28), which reminds us that He is Holy, Holy, Holy, the Lord God Almighty (Rev. 4:8); "Be still and know that I Am God. I will be exalted among the nations, and in the earth." (Ps. 46:10)!
- Rev. Kyle Sorensen published a bulletin
- Unspeakable joy: "I am praying for them. I am not praying for the world (the many) but for those whom You have given Me (the few), for they are Yours." (John 17:9) - granting that eternal peace, not only in the present, but in the future as well!
- Rev. Kyle Sorensen published a bulletinReadSalem Ebenezer Reformed Church RCUS (Manitowoc, WI)March 29, 2020
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- What does "seeking first the Kingdom of God" mean? In context, it is about contentment. (see Matt. 6:25-34) How do you seek God's Kingdom in this time of unrest? By not worrying about your life, food, clothing, and so on. The Father cares for the creatures of the earth, surely He cares for His children! I see so many people full of panic and discontent right now--some with economics, some with health, some with their future, some with views of the government or other authorities. This word of Jesus, in the reading plan here, is so fit to our needs as Christians and as a culture. Let us all Seek first the Kingdom of God!