Brugers, Buns, and Beautiful Music...
Sing a long and praise the Lord!
WM Rally at Ozark 1st
Get energized for Jesus!
Pancake fund raiser a sweet success
Kids’ crusade was AWESOME
AWESOME strongman competition
a mighty wave of men hungry for GOD.
Awesome Ministry at the PARK
Dream Teaming it....
Formulas are for math and science, not church religion.
Seed and Bread
Don’t harvest moldy cornbread! ...Plant the seed!
Read Isaiah 28:1 through 30:33
Before the advent of global positioning system navigational help, drivers relied on maps and road signs to get somewhere unfamiliar.
Many times, a motorist will write down the verbal directions someone gives him, and off he goes. A little farther down the road, he may start to question whether or not he heard correctly or if he made a wrong turn somewhere. As he desperately looks for an indication that he’s going in the right direction, he might see a sign that assures him he’s on the correct road—the red barn where he’s been told to turn left or a sign that tells him his destination is just two miles down the road.
God and His Word give us signs that we’re on the right road to pleasing Him.
Whether you turn to the right or to the left, your ears will hear a voice behind you, saying, “This is the way; walk in it” (Isaiah 30:21).
Although we probably won’t hear an audible voice, we can safely base our lives on God’s Word.
Challenge for Today: God’s Word—don’t leave home without it.
Quicklook: Isaiah 30:19–26
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