"...while I was musing the fire burned." Psalms 39:3
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In Luke 10, we find two sisters, Martha and Mary, who wanted to be with Jesus. Martha wanted everything perfect and was so busy serving that she missed the importance of the time with Jesus, as we see in Verse 41. “And Jesus answered and said unto her, Martha, Martha, thou art careful and troubled about many things:”Mary enjoyed her time with Jesus, and our Saviour focused upon it in Verse 42. “But one thing is needful: and Mary hath chosen that good part, which shall not be taken away from her.”The balance between serving Jesus without forgetting the fellowship with Jesus is a constant, needed reminder.
This summer has been a great season of ministry. We have done our best to be busy serving our Saviour while enjoying the fellowship with our Saviour. July began with the conclusion of our Summer Revival. God used the revival to … read more
Revival: From the 18thto the dawn of the 20thcentury, much happened in England throughout Christianity. Men like John Newton, author of “Amazing Grace,” C.H. Spurgeon, George Whitefield, and others invested their lives for the Gospel to be preached. England was a shining light for Christ. Today the scene is much different. Today England needs revival!
SBC enjoys telling others the Gospel. Often we hear families telling stories of how they were able to “preach the Gospel” to someone else. This desire pleases the Lord, and we are grateful for the opportunity to preach Christ crucified and risen again in a free country. Years ago, the Gospel would be met with a receptive heart; however, today we often hear the response of “I’m not religious” or “I’m an atheist.” England needs revival!
The past couple of months, SBC has invested much time in prayer for revival. At … read more