“Psalm 125 – Security: The Solid Step”
Some of us grew up with a view of salvation as something we stepped in and out of pretty easily. If you’re not on constant guard, if you’re not vigilant in doing everything in exactly the right way, your mortal soul is in eternal jeopardy. Falling out of favor with God might happen gradually or it might happen all of a sudden, but it’s always a threat to happen.
Please read Psalm 125. Then join us at 10:15 this Sunday morning August 9 as we consider the security we have in our Lord. This next psalm in our study of the Psalms of Ascent is not about the precariousness of the Christian life but about how solid the Christian life really is.
Living as a disciple of Jesus is not at all like walking a tightrope without a safety net. It’s like sitting safely and securely inside a fortress.
Wearing masks On Sundays
Due to Governor Abbott's order on July 3 and the recent uptick in positive coronavirus cases in our city, our elders are asking that we go back to worshiping the way we did at the end of May. During Sunday morning worship, we're asking that all of us temporarily return to the wearing of masks.
In place of our annual Family Camp weekend @ Camp Blue Haven, we want to invite all families with children to an at-home family night on Friday, August 14. This will be a time of fun, blessing, and prayer with your kids as we begin the school year. Parents will receive simple ideas, resources, and supplies to help create a meaningful night together as we transition from summer to school. Register for this free experience on the church app, and be looking for more details coming soon!