Jubilee Weekly July 18, 2017

“Bringing People to Christ”

Mark 8:22-26
I have been blessed in many ways over the years, but none compare to the privilege of introducing someone to Christ. I love this passage we are going to look at today.

In verse 22, we read, “And He (Christ) cometh to Bethsaida and they bring a blind man unto Him, and besought Him to touch him.” Bethsaida means “house of the fish”. This town was located on the east bank of the Jordan River.

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Bring them with you to our Fellowship and we will do our best to bring them to Christ.

Let’s bring them in — Pastor Leonard

Jubilee Weekly July 3, 2017

“Our Faith Tested”

If you have been around me any length of time, you will know that one of my favorite Old Testament names for God is “Jehovah Jireh”. It means, “God who provides.”

Sooner or later our faith will be tested in one way or another. It might be on your job or in your marriage. It might be in your parenting or in your health. Some tests are more severe than others. Some tests have a greater impact on us than others.

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In the name of Jehovah-Jireh,

Pastor Leonard

Jubilee Weekly June 27, 2017

“Christ in the Bible”

That is the title of a four-volume set of commentaries produced by Dr. A. B. Simpson, the founder of the Christian and Missionary Alliance. Dr. Simson saw references to Jesus Christ on every page of the Bible. He wrote, “The one object of the Holy Scriptures is to reveal the person and portrait of Jesus. This is the key to its interpretations.”

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In His Glory,

Pastor Leonard

Jubilee Weekly June 20, 2017

“Do You Have Spiritual Depth”

Recently I received a small book of meditations from the ministry of Chuck Swindall. It is entitled “Faith For the Journey.” I just finished reading the meditation entitled “Going Deep”. In it, Chuck quotes Richard Foster, who wrote

“Superficiality is the curse of our age,
the desperate need today is not for a
greater number of intelligent people
or gifted people, but for deep people.”

I lifted out of the quote this statement —
“The desperate need today is for deep people.”

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For His glory
Pastor Leonard

 

Jubilee Weekly June 13, 2017

“A Contrast of Wills”

The scriptures present us with many contrasts and one area is the contrast of God’s will versus that of the world. In many ways we also have a clash of wills. Life for us as Christians is like a battlefield. Consider what the Apostle John wrote in 1 John 2:15-17.

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Let us live for His glory,
Pastor Leonard