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Church News for Thursday, July 25

Published 10:04am Thursday, August 8, 2013

Calvary Independent Baptist Church

Calvary Independent Baptist Church wants to thank everyone for attending.

Sunday morning’s service included a message from John 7:9-19 on “words you can live by.”

Jesus walked yet in Galilee, because of the many in Judaea who were unbelievers.

Jesus’ ways have a purpose, and his will cannot be found by a heart of unbelief.

Almost everyone has some kind of opinion of who Jesus is to them. In these passages some said he was a good person while others said he was a deceiver.

Who is the Lord Jesus Christ to you?

Sunday night’s service included a message from Philippians 4:13, 2 Timothy 4:8 and Titus 2:1-12.

Bro. Kevin Shaw preached about not becoming stuck where we are at in the race for God. That we should always strive to run faster on the course that is set before us and not grow complacent with what we have previously achieved.

If we have a bucket that we carry along the way, the only thing needed on the bucket list is for souls to be saved.

Our main objective as Christians should be to see that souls are saved. Spurgeon once said that if any man did not have a desire to see souls saved that he would doubt that man himself was truly saved. Salvation is a free gift available to all who hear the good news that Christ has died for our sins was buried and rose victorious from that grave. Would you by faith call upon him today and receive the gift of eternal life?

We hope that you are saved and that you are in a Bible believing church, serving, running the race as best as you can. If not, we want to invite you to come visit with us this Sunday.

Sunday school begins at 9 a.m., children’s church and adult worship services at 10 a.m., Sunday evening services at 5:30 p.m. and Wednesday night services at 6:30 p.m.

We are located south of Clanton just past Dollar General off Highway 31 on Fulmer Drive.

For more information, call Pastor Oscar Mims (205) 755-9399.

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