Jubilee Weekly September 25, 2018

“KNOWING GOD”

Dr. David Jeremiah recently came out with a book titled, “The God You May Not Know”. It is an excellent book and, in many ways, is a study on the attributes of God.

This meditation is not based on that book, but is a passion I have to help the people I shepherd to really know their God as intimately as possible. I am going to take us on a trip involving Psalm 139.

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Pastor Leonard

Jubilee Weekly September 18, 2018

How Important Is What We Believe?

What we believe about God is totally important.
• We need to know Who God is and what He is like.
• We need to know What God has done and is doing.
• We need to know what He expects of us.

What is God like? I love the answer that we find in Hannah’s prayer in 1 Samuel 2:2, when she said:
“There is no one holy like the LORD;
There is no one besides You.
There is no Rock like our God.”

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Pastor Leonard

Jubilee Weekly September 11, 2018

“The Amazing 23rd Psalm”

David grew up as a shepherd caring for his father’s sheep. I gather that in that role, he had a lot of time to reflect on the nature of God and the characteristics of sheep. It is so interesting that David pictures the LORD as his shepherd and he sees himself as one of God’s sheep.

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Pastor Leonard

Jubilee Weekly September 4, 2018

“Praising God”

When I started school in the first grade, I had a teacher who early on decided she didn’t like me. Her name was Miss Pine. It may have been because we weren’t one of the up and coming families in the community.

Perhaps it was because our family went to church. No matter how hard I tried to please her, nothing worked. At the end of the year, on my report card, she wrote, “Passed but on probation.” That meant that when the next school year started, I would be in the second grade, but I had one month to prove I could do second grade work or else I would have to repeat the first grade.

You can be sure I did everything I could to prove myself and, at the end of that month was told I could go on with the second grade. The problem was, Miss Pine also taught the second grade. Yes, as before, she promoted me into the third grade and again, on probation.

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Pastor Leonard