The Book of Malachi ends with a severe warning to get serious with serving God or face consequences. God has been merciful by giving several warnings but eventually, those warnings need to be heeded. It is a sober reminder to God’s people to decide now, in the godless generation in which we find ourselves, to … [Read more…]
Sunday morning sermon, June 7, 2015 – “Why is it Worthwhile to Serve the Lord”, Malachi 3:13-18
We can go through difficulties and dry spells in our Christian walk, and sometimes those experiences can leave us wondering if it’s worth it to keep serving the Lord. The message today challenges that notion and gives reasons why we should “keep on keepin’ on” in our devotion to God. Join us at the 10:45 … [Read more…]
On May 31, 2015 our church’s counsellor, Kathy Brown, shared her testimony how God brought her through struggles in her own life and led her to become a Certified Biblical Counsellor to help others.
Sunday Morning Sermon, May 31, 2015 “Putting God to the Test” Malachi 3:6-12
The only place in all of Scripture where it is okay to put God to the test is found in today’s text from Malachi 3:6-12. We may test God in the tithe, the first tenth of all our giving to Him. The Lord, for His part, promises outrageous blessing to us IF we will be … [Read more…]
Sunday morning sermon, May 24, 2015 “The Purifying Heat of Refiner’s Fire”, Malachi 2:17-3:5
Testing is difficult and testing hurts, but boy, does it reap the results! God’s people needed to go through the intense heat of God’s refining fire in order to get to being the people He called them to be. It is no different for us today. We need to the furnace to burn off the … [Read more…]