Sunday Morning Bible Classes meet at 9:30 AM
Sunday Morning Worship follows at 10:30AM
Sunday Evening come together at 6:99 PM
Wednesday Evening Bible Classes Assemble at 6:00
Minister Elder Elder
STEVE SEXSON LARRY NICHOLSON MIKE REID
(501)669-2247 (501)669-2550 (479)880-7634
(501) 593-6956 (501)289-2346 (479) 880-6478
* Jesus does not want to condemn you; He wants to save you. He loves each person
unconditionally. He wants all to be saved (I Tim. 2:4; 2 Peter 3:9. His love never ends (John 13:1.
* Jesus is God's answer to man's sin problem. Sin in universal- “There is none righteous, no, not one” (Romans 3:10) and fatal- “the wages of sin is death” (Romans 6:23).
* Jesus is the son of God. He is the promised Messiah, Son of God and Savior of the world. He went about doing good (Acts: 10:38). Jesus is Lord.
* Jesus is “One of Us” (The Son of man). “The Word became flesh and dwelt among us” (John 1:14). Jesus was miraculously conceived in Mary's womb as a baby (Matt: 1:23).
* Jesus was crucified by His own people for being too holy. His “Crimes” included: healing on the Sabbath (Matt.12:9-14); driving exchangers from the temple (John 2:13-16).
* Jesus came back to life. Jesus lives again. His enemies have tried to disprove this – can't.
* Jesus built the church and wants you to be a member. “On this rock I will build My
church, and the gates of Hades shall not prevail against it” (Matt. 16:18).
* Jesus reigns over the whole world-except one place. He presently rules as the world's
King (I Tim. 6:15). He stands at the door and knocks at human hearts (Revelation 3:20).
* Jesus will judge everyone. All nations will be gathered before Him, and He will separate them one from another as a shepherd divides his sheep from the goats. (Matt. 25:31-33).
* Jesus wants each person to follow Him (Matt. 11:28-30). He stands read to save; He is the only way to heaven. Only Jesus can save your soul (Matt. 16:26).
October 20, 2019 October 27, 2019
East Side Dan Sommers Mike Reid
Marion Henderson Grant Raper
West Side John Stracner Dan Sommers
Larry Nicholson Clayton Rogers
Alternate Mike Reid John Stracner
NORMAN AND SHIRLEY WILSON (10-16)
Alex Bownam, Midway, AR, Karen Murph, Little Rock &
Jerusalem. COME AGAIN SOON!
COUNTY WIDE GOSPEL MEETING at Harding Street Church of Christ. Theme: Lord, Teach Us.
Time: 9:00 a.m. & 7:00 p.m.
Lord, Teach Us to Remember Jesus In the Lord's Supper
Lord, Teach Us to Share The Good News
(Charles Bane – Speaker)
Lord, Teach Us To Pray (Keith Moore – Speaker).
Lord Teach Us to Give (Rod Leslie – Speaker).
Lord, Teach Us to Sing (Cody Bradford – Speaker).
GOSPEL MEETING at Harrison and Willow Church of Christ, Conway. More info on bulletin board.
Garland Anderson passed away Saturday. Funeral was
Thursday at Shinn Chapel and interment at Rest Haven Memorial Park, Russellville. He was a cousin of Willard Bradley.
Charles Edward Hall passed away Saturday. Funeral was Wednesday at Harris Chapel and interment at Robertstown Cemetery.
Maxine Condley passed away Friday (10-11). A private memorial service will be held at a later date.
Bill Pruitt, Malden, MO., for the donation in appreciation of the bulletin.
Shirley Bradley is doing really good and will have a checkup on the 21st of October.
Shirley Wilson was to have a test last week and plans for the correction surgery may be made this week.
Lois Griffith is slowly improving.
Rylee Raper had an appointment with a heart specialist and was diagnosed with Heart Ablation.
Dewitt Yingling has experienced kidney failure and is hoping to be placed on the list for a transplant.
Will Lang still has trouble with his eye and also with kidney stones.
Joan Eubanks mailed the heart monitor back Wednesday, so no info on the results.
Joe Sexson had surgery on his arm and the dialysis port was rerouted with surgery Thursday.
James Bartlett will have a test Thursday to determine how much fluid needs to be removed from his right lung.
Mike Lovejoy has good days and bad days depending a lot on the weather.
Sawyer Thomas suffered a broken arm while playing recently.
Mike Kettle will have a cornea transplant on both eyes the 29th.
Ken Latham will have chemo and radiation treatment for the re-occurring cancer.
Manette Stroud has started treatment for cancer.
Hank Pruitt had an appointment with the cardiologist Tuesday. He had a near blackout during basketball practice a few days prior.
Ronnie and Kathy Sharp, Morrilton, whose daughter died last Wednesday need prayers.
Beckie Reid was sick Sunday and could not be with us.
Courtney Rogers has been feeling dizzy. She wore a heart monitor and has had an MRI. No diagnosis yet.
Jim Bob Humphrey had surgery on his leg at a hospital in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He will be there for a month for healing.
Debbie Thomas has breast cancer and started chemo treatments Wednesday.
Mack Norwood is in Chi St. Vincent, Morrilton. He is not doing well.
JOHN and KIMBERLY BREWER,
J. O. DREWRY,
MACK and EURA FAYE NORWOOD,
JAMES and RUBY MAE ELKINS,
TED and BARBARA KNIGHT,
ODELL and JOAN EUBANKS,
JOHN A. LOVEJOY,
A physician can save your life.
A lawyer can save your business.
A financial advisor can save your money.
A coach can save your athletic career.
A consultant can save your reputation.
Come to Jesus if you want to go to heaven.
No book written by man has so many simple words as the New Testament. There is an air of simplicity about the biographies of Jesus which, like the breezes from the Galilean hills, blows upon our sophisticated minds. The gospel has not been recorded in philosophical phraseology, scientific terms, complicated sentences, or the dialects of angels; it has been expressed in the simplest terms so that even children can understand. Man has muddied the stream of divine thought by theological and ecclesiastical terms and phrases until it is much more difficult to understand the doctrines of men than the simple teachings of the New Testament. The gospel of Jesus contains truths so plain and clear that the untrained minds of innocent children can begin to catch and follow them (Matthew19:13). Teachers often confuse by their clouded explanation, when, if they would just read the New Testament aloud, the simplicity of thought would be gained. While on earth, Jesus replaced the traditions of men with respect to the law by His simple teachings. The instructions given to Christians as to how to live the Christian life can be understood. No one has a just complaint to make against the requirement of the New Testament toward a simple life.
“The Simplicity that is in Christ” (2 Corinthians 11:3).
Because you are poor. There is no admission charge.
Because you are rich. Money is not everything.
Because it rains. You go to work in the rain.
Because it is cold. It is warm and friendly inside.
Because it is hot. So are fishing and golf.
Because no one invited you. People go to a lot of places uninvited, and even pay to get in.
THIS PAPER IS YOUR INVITATION.
Because of hypocrites. We associate with them in the world every day.
Because of company. Bring them along; they will admire you. Because you have little children. Jesus say: “SUFFER LITTLE CHILDREN, AND FORBID THEM NOT, TO COME UNTO ME.” (Matthew 19:14).
Because your clothes are not nice enough. God looks on the heart. Because you don't like the preacher. He is human, as we all are. Because the church always wants money. That is not true here. Because you have plenty of time in the future. Are you sure? “O COME, LET US WORSHIP AND BOW DOWN; LET US KNEEL BEFORE THE LORD OUR MAKER.” - Psalm 95:
We don't need to learn how to get along with sin; we need to learn how to get along with God.
You may be only one person in the world but to one person you may be the world.
It’s not what we gather, but what you scatter that tells what kind of life you lived.
Among God's best gifts to us are the people who love us.day
Larry Nicholson (501)289-2346
Steve Sexon (501)669-2247
Mike Reid - (479)880-6478
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