Church Corner March 22

New Beginning Church

Pastor Bob was away this past weekend and Bro. Jay Heflin and wife Mary had both services on Sunday. They were such a blessing and his messages were awesome. The morning service was on “Being careful what you pray for” and night service was “There’s no limit on the Power of God.” Both messages taken from 1 Kings 1-29 and 2 Kings 5.

Have you ever met a preacher who could quote the entire chapter without even opening his Bible? Well Bro. Jay can and it will amaze you.

Our service Sunday night was so powerful and the Spirit was flowing all around us and the presence of the Lord was so strong. No one left not feeling blessed. I’m looking forward to seeing them again.

Our prayers for this week is for Frank Burgess, who is in the hospital, Bobby and Nancy McNew, Ann Veazey, Charlene Patrick, Techler Clark, Royce and Edith Johnson, Jay Passmore and for our lost.

The Lord is my Redeemer, my Savior, my guide, my light, my peace, my joy, my comfort, and He rules my life. I serve Him because His bond is love and His goal for me is abundant life.

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