It's September!! Hasn't this year flown by? But God is still with us, ever faithful, ever present. In one of David's prayer-Psalms he writes:
11 Teach me your way, Lord,
that I may rely on your faithfulness;
give me an undivided heart,
that I may fear your name.
12 I will praise you, Lord my God, with all my heart;
I will glorify your name for ever.
13 For great is your love towards me;
you have delivered me from the depths,
from the realm of the dead. Psalm 86:11-13
Maybe this can be your prayer for today and this week because our mighty saviour has indeed rescued us.
As per Nigel's email on Sunday, we are now going to only have one mid-week message from the ministers with Saturday's and Sunday's email continuing for now. This is due to an increase in our workload as things begin to get started up again.
With that in mind, please do pray for all of these activities and if you don't know what we're doing this term, as a church, now is a great time to find out so your prayers for them can be fuelled.
Speaking of prayer, the Eastern Baptist Association prayer focus this week is Neatishead Baptist Church CLICK HERE for the prayer points
Now, today's message is part 3 of 3 from Ian and Sue G as they continue to tell us about Mark, the writer of...Mark. We hope you've enjoyed their insights and found it useful as you've read through the Gospel. To watch today's message, please CLICK HERE.
The men's group will be having their next Friday monthly get together at the Gemini, 7.30pm on September 3rd. If you want to be involved or get more information, please contact Ian Clarke on 07711 446055 or email email@example.com
Helping those in need...or being in need. Morgan has put together a really interesting piece on the organisation Acts 435. It's a website connecting those in need with those who want to help. You could fit into either of those categories. To find out more, please CLICK HERE
15 But you, Lord, are a compassionate and gracious God, slow to anger, abounding in love and faithfulness. Psalm 86:15 God bless you richly this day, Dave