Message from Our Senior Minister
Grace and Peace Be Unto You,
Glorifying God occurs whenever you live with an attitude of appreciation and gratefulness for God’s sacrifice for us in Christ Jesus. Embracing a Divine love that causes good feelings about self and others, a love that is always present
Be intentional, not giving permission to any part of your body or individual to dictate how you feel or interact with yourself and others. Work on smiling more, put on a glory smile, when? NOW!
“Gracious God, there are times that I suffer from the heaviness of today’s toil and become unhappy. Strengthen me as Your will is being done in my life, so that I may serve You with gladness in Jesus’ name, Amen.”
Beautiful Are The Feet Award
Pastor Jones honored at Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference in Memphis, TN. Pastor received the “Beautiful Are The Feet” lifetime achievement award.
Theme: As We Pray!
Health Emphasis: The Heart’s Natural Pacemaker
Monthly Emphasis: Graduate Sunday, Father’s Day, Youth Revival & Y.O.U. Begins
Books: Alice B. Green, The Revolutionary Power of the Lord’s Prayer, Helmut Thielicke, The Prayer that Spans the World and Readings from Andrew Murray, The Ministry of Intercession.
Daily Readings for the week of June 17th
What does the preface of the Lord’s prayer teach us? The preface of the Lord’s prayer (contained in these words, Our Father which art in heaven) (g) teaches us, when we pray, to draw near to God with confidence of His fatherly goodness, and our interest therein; (h) with reverence, and all other childlike dispositions, (i) heavenly affections, (j) and due apprehensions of His sovereign power, majesty, and gracious condescension: (k) as also to pray with and for others. (l)
References: (g) Matthew 6:9. (h) Luke 11:13; Romans 8:15. (i) Psalm 95:6, 7; Isaiah 64:9. (j) Psalm 123:1; Lamentations 3:41. (k) Psalm 104:1, 2; Isaiah 63:15; Psalm 113:4-6. (l) Acts 12:5; Zechariah 8:21.
My prayer for the day week:
Results and Reflections of my Prayer: