Pastor’s Corner for August 2017

Sometimes it is hard to be upbeat and positive. Listening to most news casts on T.V. or electronic devices will make you depressed.We must find a way to stop feeding our minds with negative thoughts. Philippians 2:5 starts us in the correct direction; “Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus.” […]

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Pastor’s Corner June 2017

The Scriptures have many prayer requests directed to us by our Heavenly Father and His Son which we need to remember them. As we are reading the Bible we should know these requests and pray about them. Sometimes it is stated this way; talk to God about the requests. We should let our requests, our […]

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Pastor’s Corner May 2017

Here is an amazing start in understanding our Heavenly Father. I will point out some chapters and verses, leaving you to search for others. There are more than 30 texts telling what God knows, as told by God Himself in the Holy Bible. A sparrow “shall not fall (in death) on the ground without your […]

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Pastor’s Corner April 2017

The history of the Church of God (Seventh Day) dating back 182 years or more as written by Elder John Kiesz is amazing to read. The 100-page manuscript, though barely readable includes history and excerpts from The Hope of Israel. Here one can read statements in an individual’s own words, which, in 1965, Elder Kiesz […]

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Pastor’s Corner March 2017

When I was 10 years old, I was converted, baptized, and called into the ministry of our God. I became aware that our God had a name different from other people’s god. In the Holy Bible, Psalms 83:18 says, “That men may know that thou, whose name alone is JEHOVAH, art the most high over […]

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Pastor’s Corner February 2017

There are two ideas on my mind. First in this era, there is more rapid communication yet less understanding among people. Secondly there is a decreasing use of Bible ideas and concepts in our words of communication. Both of these situations have gotten worse with each passing decade. We live in a self-centered world where […]

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