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Sunday September 25 we received a drizzle of rain for a few minutes but it was welcome. The sun came out and it got pretty warm. Our fellowship pre Sunday School is always great. Sunday School continued in Genesis but covered passages in about 10 chapters. Still dealing with Jacob and his successor Judah and how that it came about. Just showing that God uses people even if they sin He forgives and keeps His plan. Shaking hands missed some folks and was glad to see others. Our musicians and choir were great today. Janice and Christy brought special music and done a tremendous job. Scripture was I Thessalonians 5:5-9 . The Christian life is a walk, a fight, and a battle. With in that we become tired, frustrated, and sleepy. Paul says that a sleeping saint is no threat to the devil or his kingdom. God wants His people to go forward. Example O.T. Moses leading Israel to promise land. Pharoah has a change of heart and starts after them with his army. Israel camped at Red Sea and see the approach of Egypt. they are tired and frustrated and lash out at Moses. He in turn talks to God. God says why bother me tell the people to go forward. It looks impossible but God sent a wind and they crossed the Red Sea on dry ground and swallowed up Egypt's army. the only way we progress is by intention and determination. No place to sleep. You put in the natural and God will supply the Super and lead you to victory today.   

Sunday Night our attendance was average with a sweet spirit in the congregation. Our choir and music was great. Where we normally don't have special music I asked Janice to find a song for the "Git Up Boys" and she did. They came forward and we sang "The King Is Coming". It was a blessing and the guys done a great job. Our scripture was II Peter 3:18 But grow in grace and in the knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Easy to see in our world that there is a need to mature. There's much damage done by immature actions, immature words, immature decisions. We need to mature spiritually. Maturity is not a matter of age or achievement. I was raised when  medals were given for attendance in Sunday School. Lots of folks had a chest full of them but in never got into their life. Spiritual maturity is a matter of character. Recognition is what people think about you. Character is what God knows about you. Character shows in how you Love God and Love Others.

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