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Posted by: Shirley Smith on Tue, Jun 24, 2014


Pastor Johnson’s message came from Psalms 15:1-5, Jeremiah 7: 8-11, 2 Chronicles 7: 13-16, and Hebrews 4: 12-16.  The topic was “Will I Walk In?” with the following sub topics:


Who should abide in the church? The person which comes in should walk uprightly, work in righteousness and change that evil heart. You cannot backbite with your tongue, do evil to your neighbor or take reproach against his neighbor. You don’t want to be around a vile (evil doer) person, but honor those who fear the Lord. You should not take advantage or use a person misfortune to gain on them. If we do not have the right character, you are not of Jesus Christ.

“See Your Sins”

Do not trust in words that you cannot profit. We sometimes love good singing, rocking and roll but have not heard the Word of God. Be careful of putting other gods before the Lord of God. Be careful not to walk after other gods which you do not know. You come to church to study the Words of God and make a change. Don’t come into the house of the Lord and still follow the same gods. It will not happen overnight, but you have to be consistently trying to make a change in your life style. Make a change in your life so you can walk into the Kingdom.

“’Repent of Your Sins”

We should humble ourselves, pray and seek God’s face. Turn from our wicked ways and God will forgive our sins. Once you repent, God will hear your prayers and forgive you. God will be with you in your heart.

“Find Grace and Mercy”

God give you a way to overcome these deep dark secrets. God knows and sees everything about you. If you say you are a Christian, live like a Christian. God understands temptations and know what we are going through. We are weak and have a carnal nature. But we can pray and ask God to help us. Jesus was tempted just like us but he did not sin. We sin because we want to; not because we have to. Come boldly to the throne of grace. We did nothing to deserve mercy and grace; but he looks beyond our faults, and see your needs. Repent, pray and find grace and mercy to help you in time of need through our Savior.  

Please read the scriptures and be blessed!

   Discussion: PASTOR'S 4TH SUNDAY MESSAGE (6/22/2014)

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