EVENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
TONIGHT: Ladies Ministry Meeting at our current location at 6:15pm – Ladies, don’t miss it.
SATURDAY: Men’s Ministry Support Day, helping Clint get some brush cleared out at his home on Seneca Blvd. His actual address is: 321 S. Seneca Blvd.
SUNDAY: Lord’s Supper. Come prepared to celebrate the Lord’s table together.
NEXT SATURDAY: Join us for a Baby Shower honoring Khadijah Campbell and baby Justus @ the home of Sarah Bishop: 825 N. Ridgewood Ave. Ormond Beach, FL 32174 from 10am to 12pm.
They are registered at Target & Baby’s-R-Us. In Lieu of a card, please help get a little library started for Justus and bring a book!
RSVP: Call or Text Sarah @ 386-852-0028
SATURDAY MARCH 18: Partial moving day from our current facility to the new one. From 10am to 12pm.
We’ve had some people interested in joining in on the breakfast ministry and because of that, I’d like to take the opportunity to ask who all would still like to continue that and if anyone else might want to sign up as well. The more people that want to do it, the less often each person needs to do it. 🙂
“Thou hast made the Lord, which is my refuge, even the most High, thy habitation.”
The Israelites in the wilderness were continually exposed to change. Whenever the pillar stayed its motion, the tents were pitched; but tomorrow, ere the morning sun had risen, the trumpet sounded, the ark was in motion, and the fiery, cloudy pillar was leading the way through the narrow defiles of the mountain, up the hill side, or along the arid waste of the wilderness. They had scarcely time to rest a little before they heard the sound of “Away! this is not your rest; you must still be onward journeying towards Canaan!” They were never long in one place. Even wells and palm trees could not detain them. Yet they had an abiding home in their God, his cloudy pillar was their roof-tree, and its flame by night their household fire. They must go onward from place to place, continually changing, never having time to settle, and to say, “Now we are secure; in this place we shall dwell.” “Yet,” says Moses, “though we are always changing, Lord, thou hast been our dwelling-place throughout all generations.” The Christian knows no change with regard to God. He may be rich today and poor to-morrow; he may be sickly today and well to-morrow; he may be in happiness today, to-morrow he may be distressed–but there is no change with regard to his relationship to God. If he loved me yesterday, he loves me today. My unmoving mansion of rest is my blessed Lord. Let prospects be blighted; let hopes be blasted; let joy be withered; let mildews destroy everything; I have lost nothing of what I have in God. He is “my strong habitation whereunto I can continually resort.” I am a pilgrim in the world, but at home in my God. In the earth I wander, but in God I dwell in a quiet habitation.