April 13, 2014

Eastside Missionary Baptist Church

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April 13, 2014

Bro. Ron Fields

Minister for today’s service.

Christ’s first coming

was to a manger surrounded by donkeys, sheep and cattle.

At the end of His brief life on earth Christ chose a donkey to carry Him into Jerusalem, as He presented Himself as the Passover Lamb….

The Lamb of God

As a sacrifice for the sins of the world.

Christ’s first coming concluded

as He was arrested by Caiaphas, brought before Pilate, dragged before Herod; tortured, spit upon and forced to wear a scarlet robe of mockery.

Christ’s second coming

will be on a horse, a pure white stallion thundering through the clouds of heaven with the armies of God following Him.

For He returns as King of Kings and Lord of Lords.

Christ’s second coming

will see Caiaphas trembling at His feet, Pilate wringing his hands, Herod dragged before Him and all three will bow before The King of the Kings and confess that He is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.

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Have you had your Good Friday?

The first soul purchased by the blood of Christ was a poor thief.

Just two sentences giving eternal hope,

“Lord, remember me when thou comest into thy Kingdom”

and

“Verily I say unto thee, today shalt thou be with me in paradise”.

Nothing more was said but all that was needed was said by each.

 

This Week’s Reminders:

Today: Awana meets: 5:30 pm

Evening Worship: 6:00 pm

Wednesday: Prayer Meeting 7:00 pm

 

Upcoming Events:

April 15th Senior Saints outing to the Azalea Festival, Muskogee, OK…leave church 9:00 AM (date changed from the 8th)

April 28th – 30th BMAA National meeting in Little Rock, AR

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Prayer calendar for today: Brandon and Angie Cox (Ella, Sam & Drew) of

Bentonville Arkansas, planting churches in Northwest Arkansas.

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Pastor Search Committee: Ministers scheduled for services:

April 20th Bro Phil Misenheimer April 27th Bro Phil Misenheimer

Church pray the Holy Spirit leads us to a Pastor, and we be in one accord.

Wednesday Prayer Service: Last Wed. night was business meeting.

April 16th Bro Alfred Sagely will bring the devotional study.

Good Friday to Easter Sunday

Friday…when the forces of evil won over the forces of good, when the Son of God died on a cross. In a real sense we live on Saturday, the day with no name. That dark, Golgothan Friday can only be called Good because of what happened on Easter Sunday and someday God will enlarge the miracle of Easter on cosmic scale. Human history grinds on, between the time of promise and time of fulfillment. It’s a good thing to remember, in the cosmic drama, as we live out our days …. It’s Saturday on planet earth!

Excerpts from a sermon by Tony Campolo

On Friday night, they crucified Christ on that tree,

But He said, “don’t worry, three days later I’ll live again, you’ll see!”

When problems try to bury you, make it hard to pray,

It may seem like Friday night

But Sunday’s on the way!

Chorus from a song by Carmen Licciardell

 

Between the cross and the empty tomb hovers the promise of history:

hope for the world and hope for each one of us.

Thought for today: Easter says you can put truth in a grave, but it won’t stay there.

We continue to edit song book hymns….want to help? ……See Judy.

Thanks to Brenda Yancey who continues to download these hymns.

Thanks to Kathy, Kaylee and Michelle for running the projection system.

Church we have many members with serious health concerns.

Keep them in your prayers.

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March 2, 2014

 

Eastside Missionary Baptist Church

The end of your search for a friendly church.

March 2, 2014

Bro. Phil Misenheimer

Minister for today’s service

The Church Must Have Power!

A. W. Tozer, in “Paths to Power,” wrote the following: “If we are to advance, the Church must have power; she must become formidable, a moral force to be reckoned with, if she would regain her lost position of spiritual ascendancy and make her message the revolutionizing, conquering thing it once was:

  • We need spiritual energy of sufficient voltage to produce great saints once again.
  • We need a spiritual unction (anointing) that will give a heavenly unction to our worship, that will make our meeting places sweet with the diving Presence.
  • We need that divine afflatus (inspiration) which moves the heart and persuades the hearer to repent and believe in Christ. It is not eloquence; it is not logic; it is not argument. It is more penetrating than thought, more disconcerting than conscience, more convincing than reason. It is the subtle wonder that follows anointed preaching, a mysterious operation of spirit on spirit.” …Copied.

Someone has made the statement, “If we emphasize the method or the messenger, we may miss the tremendous power of the message. Oh, that we, as a church and individuals, may never lose sight of the importance of the message of the Gospel! …Bro. Phil.

I Corinthians 15:58.

A goose will sit faithfully on a dozen or so eggs and will not move for anybody or anything. But, after three or four eggs hatch, she becomes so preoccupied with them that she walks away from the remaining eggs. She does not persevere to the end.

In this passage, Paul reminds the Corinthians not to become so preoccupied with nonessentials that they are in danger of not remaining steadfast and immovable in the work of the Lord. You may have heard the old saying, “You don’t have the sense of a goose!” The problem is with too many of us–we do! …Copied.

This Week’s Reminders:

Today: Awana meets: 5:30 pm

Evening Worship: 6:00 pm

Wednesday: Prayer Meeting 7:00 pm

Upcoming Events:

March 7 – Bro Shawn Whorton in concert at Farmington Community Building on Friday night at 6:00 pm

March 11 – Senior Saints meet at the church 11:00 am

March 14 – BMA of the Ozarks Missions Rally at 7:00 pm

Red Oak Baptist Church – Harrison AR

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Prayer calendar for today: Brad and Penny Gathright (Hannah) as

They minister to the people of Honduras.

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Pastor Search Committee: Preachers scheduled to fill the pulpit;

March 9th Bro Matthew Grantham

March 16th Bro Shawn Whorton

March 23rd Bro Phil Misenheimer

March 30th Bro Larry Hendren

CHURCH Prepare to welcome Bro Matthew Grantham, wife Julie and son Seth. Bro Grantham is coming in view of a call and will hold services on:

March 5th – Wednesday night service 7:00 pm

****March 8th – Saturday afternoon service 2:00 pm

March 9th – Sunday morning and evening service

Noon fellowship meal & 5:00 pm question and answer time

March 9…Daylight Saving Time Begins Set clocks 1hr ahead

 

Thanks to the WMA ladies who provided food for the ABS group.

We still need people to edit the “brown book” hymns. See Judy.

Thanks to Barbara who spent hours editing this last week.

Thanks to Brenda Yancey who continues to download these hymns.

 

Church we have many members with serious health concerns.

Keep them in your prayers.

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February 23, 2014

Eastside Missionary Baptist Church

The end of your search for a friendly church.

February 23, 2014

Bro. Larry Hendren

Minister for today’s service

A Man Called Jesus

Once I met a man called Jesus, and He changed my life that day,

For He bro’t me peace and gladness, that will never pass away;

But so many years I wasted, and searching all in vain,

For things the world could offer, to wash away sin’s stain.

When I trusted Him to save me, then He washed away my sin;

Oh, the joy I felt in knowing that all was clean within.

Now I tell the world the story, redeemed forevermore;

I’ll stand among the ransomed, one day on Heaven’s shore

Then my eyes beheld His glory, and I bowed before His throne;

By grace I found His mercy and I claimed Him as my own;

That day I shall remember, Tho’ all the rest grow dim,

For I met a man called Jesus,

And I gave my heart to Him.

W. Elmo Mercer

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Special Service tonight: The Gospel Echo’s in concert.

Refreshments will be served in the fellowship hall (downstairs) after tonight’s service.

This is World Missions Day – We will have a special offering.

 

This Week’s Reminders:

Today: Awana meets: 5:30 pm

Evening Worship: 6:00 pm

Wednesday: Prayer Meeting 7:00 pm

 

Upcoming Events:

March 7 – Bro Shawn Whorton will be in concert at the Farmington Community Building on Friday night at 6:00 pm

March 9 – Daylight Saving Time begins.

March 11 – Senior Saints meet at the church 11:00 am

March 14 – BMA of the Ozarks Missions Rally at 7:00 pm

Red Oak Baptist Church – Harrison AR

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Prayer calendar for today: Todd & Tina Cox (sons, Taylor & Tyler)

As they lead the Refuge church in Kaufman, Texas, launched 2014.

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Pastor Search Committee: Preachers scheduled to fill the pulpit;

March 2nd and March 9th Bro Phil Misenheimer

March 16th Bro Shawn Whorton

March 23rd and March 30th Bro Ron Fields

Pray for these men as they prepare messages for our church.

Pray for the Pastor Search Committee.

Church: We have a new large church organ for our praise and worship service. We appreciate Bro. Charles Phillips, of the church in Roland, Oklahoma, for his patience in holding this for us until we could make

The trip down. Bro Jack Moore and Bro Jerry Simpson did the “heavy lifting” in delivering this to the church. Bro Ward was here to put in all the connections.

On Tuesday, Feb 25, The WMA will provide soups and desserts for the ABS group. Ladies the food needs to be there by 6:30.

ABS Center on Clinton Avenue, Parking is at back of building.

 

Church we have many members with serious health concerns.

Keep them in your prayers.

Feb 26, Wednesday night prayer service, church members will discuss the characteristics desired of a new pastor. No complaining later if you do not attend.

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February 16, 2014

Eastside Missionary Baptist Church

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February 16, 2014

 

Bro. Ron Fields

Minister for today’s service

 

Not My Own

Not my own, I’m purchased with a price,

Jesus bought my soul at Calvary;

With His love He made the sacrifice,

And His life He gave to ransom me.

In my soul I know I am set free

From the sins that once were mine alone;

And His blood, His blood is all my plea,

He paid the debt for me,

I’m not my own.

Not my own, surrendered all to Thee;

Jesus, Lord, a slave of Thine I’ll be;

Bound am I with cords of love divine,

Naught can break the ties, my heart is Thine;

Resting now, I know that I’m secure,

For Thy words and promises are sure;

And I know one day Thy face I’ll see,

The One who paid for me,

I’m not my own.

- W. Elmo Mercer

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TODAY: Eastside Children’s Ministry invites the church (everyone) to a spaghetti dinner. All food is provided. Please allow us to show each of you our appreciation for your love and support.

 

This Week’s Reminders:

Today: Awana meets: 5:30 pm

Evening Worship: 6:00 pm

Wednesday: Prayer Meeting 7:00 pm

 

Upcoming Events:

Feb 23 – World Missions Day – Special Offering

Feb 23 – Gospel Echo’s in concert for the Sunday night service

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Prayer calendar for today: Michael and Josie Barton as they

serve the Lord in Quebec, Canada. Pray that churches will be

built and souls saved.

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Pastor Search Committee: Preachers scheduled to fill the pulpit;

Feb 16…Bro Ron Fields

Feb 23…Bro Larry Hendren in the AM – World Missions day

Feb 23…PM Service – Gospel Echos

Pray for these men as they prepare messages for our church. Pray for the Pastor Search Committee.

Our church members continue to “step up to the plate” to fill needed duties. Judy, Michelle, Kathy, Shawn, Ward and others have worked with the Projection system. The Heavenly Highway Hymnal songs are successfully downloaded. Brenda Yancey is entering The New Church Hymnal (brown book), a lengthy task. Thanks to all of you!

Church Volunteers: Ward will have a sound system training class at 4:30 today.

 

IMPORTANT MEETING: Feb 19th, Wednesday night prayer service, church members will discuss the characteristics desired of a new pastor. No complaining later if you do not attend.

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January 12, 2014

Eastside Missionary Baptist Church

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January 12, 2014

—Bro. Jared Byrns

Man’s Cry – God’s Gift

Man has two great spiritual needs. One is forgiveness, the other is for goodness. God heard that first cry for help, that cry for forgiveness, and answered it at Calvary. God sent His only Son into the world to die for our sins, so we could have forgiveness. This is God’s gift for us – God’s gift of salvation. Paul calls it God’s “indescribable gift

(2 Corinthians 9: 15).

God heard our second cry, that cry for goodness and answered it at Pentecost. “……….fulfil every desire for goodness and the work of faith with power; in order that the name of our Lord Jesus Christ may be glorified in you.” (2 Thessalonians 1: 11, 12). To the great gift of forgiveness God adds also the great gift of the Holy Spirit. He is the source of power who meets our need to escape from the miserable weakness that grips us. He gives us the power to be truly good.

If we are to live a life of sanity and live victoriously in this modern world, we need this two-sided gift God has offered us: first, the work of the Son for us; second, the work of the Spirit in us.

In this way God has answered mankind’s two great cries: the cry for forgiveness and cry for goodness.

We need Jesus Christ for our eternal life, and the Holy Spirit of God for our internal life.

Quoted from Billy Graham book “The Holy Spirit”

 

This Week’s Reminders:

Today: Awana meets: 5:00 pm

Evening Worship: 6:00 pm

Wednesday: Prayer Meeting 7:00 pm

Choir Practice (2nd & 4th Sunday) 5:00 pm

 

Jan 14 Senior Saints: 11:00 am – Bro. Loy Watson will show

slides from his trips to the Holy Land, after the program, Bro Loy will treat the group to lunch at Western Sizzlin Steakhouse in Springdale. Thank You Bro. Loy for doing this for the Senior Saints.

Jan 17 BMA Mission Rally at Round Mountain.

Prayer calendar for today: David and Shelley Dickson serving in

Latin America. Pray for their physical and spiritual health and wisdom

in relating to the mission leaders.

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Church wide meeting: Saturday, Jan 18th at 2:00 pm

Members meet with Bro Jared to discuss needs of the Church.

Thoughts from Proverbs

“For the Lord gives wisdom; from His mouth come knowledge and understanding; He stores up sound wisdom for the upright…He guards the paths of justice, and preserves the way of His saints.” Proverbs 2: 6 – 8

Often, wisdom comes without great fanfare. It comes to those who wait with open heart and mind. It comes in the stillness when God and his Word can get through. Christ is the Word of God. If we open our lives to Jesus, the wisdom of God will be ours. Pray that the Lord will give us knowledge and wisdom beyond the ordinary.

Our 5th Sunday Praise service is always a blessing, we have many talented and dedicated people who worship with song, readings and testimonials.  We had a special treat from a quartet, made up of men of the church, let us encourage them (Shawn, Ray, Ed, Jerry) to continue to sing together and bless us in our regular services.

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December 29, 2013

Eastside Missionary Baptist Church

The end of your search for a friendly church

December 29, 2013

—Bro. Jared Byrns

God’s way of putting your spiritual house in order:

The month of Elul is the final month in the Jewish year. It is a time for prayer, self introspection and repentance, a time of intense spiritual preparation for the upcoming year.

Leviticus 23: 24-25 instituted the Jewish new year, Rosh Hashanah, it remembers the creation of the world. On this day God created man on the 6th day of creation. It is on this day that the sounding of the Sofar (rams horn trumpet) summons Jews to religious services where they proclaim “God as our one and true King.”

On the Jewish calendar the year is 5774 and the New Year

occurred on September 5, 2013.

The blessing over round bread, known as challah, symbolizes a crown, a reminder of the kingship of God. Challah also stands for the circle of life. Apples dipped in honey symbolizes the hope for a “sweet year” ahead.

As a Jew, Jesus would have observed this celebration

Jesus instructs us: “Therefore do not worry, saying, what shall we eat, or what shall we drink, or what shall we wear……. for your heavenly Father knows that you need all these things. But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you. Therefore do not worry about tomorrow.” Matthew 6: 31-34

 

This Week’s Reminders:

Today: Awana meets: No meeting

Evening Worship: 6:00 pm

Wednesday: Prayer Meeting 7:00 pm

 

Dec 29 5th Sunday Praise Service (Evening Worship)

Jan 11 Brotherhood breakfast at church 8:30 am.

Jan 14 Senior Saints: program by Bro. Loy Watson….. but

wait; we’ll have more of the surprise next week.

Jan 17 BMA Mission Rally at Round Mountain.

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I want to be a Mountain

The Ozark Mountains in Northwest Arkansas, give us the opportunity to watch the cycle of seasons make their changes. Spring time the sides of these mountains are alive with color, dogwoods and redbuds blossom, tiny green buds appear on the trees and gradually the sides of the mountains are painted green and lush with the shades of summer. Days move on, leaves turn red, orange, yellow and finally brown, fall gives way to winter, the mountain changed. But were they changes? Mountains never change. Like people, they only changed coats to fit the weather, outside influences do not alter what lies beneath, they are always the same, we can have faith in them…….. Let us strive to be a mountain never allowing the seasons of life or the weathers of life to change what lies underneath. For this New Year and all the New Years to come, whether at the job, at home, with friends, family or at our church, let us to be a mountain, steadfast and reliable.

“To everything there is a season, a time for every purpose under heaven.” Ecclesiastes 3: 1

Happy New Year 2014

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December 22, 2013

Eastside Missionary Baptist Church

The end of your search for a friendly church

December 22, 2013

—Bro. Jared Byrns

“Because Jesus Came…”

(Luke 3: 1-6; John 1: 24-29)

I. Because Jesus came, we have a __________________________

to _________________ (Luke 3: 4).

II. Because Jesus came, _______________________ is ____________

(Luke 3: 3; John 1: 18; Acts 17: 30-31).

III. Because Jesus came, _______________________ is ____________

(Luke 3: 3; Acts 13: 38-39).

IV. Because Jesus came, we should _________________________

______________ to the ____________ (John 1: 29; I John 2: 2).

“He will be great, and will be called the Son of the Highest; and the Lord God will give Him the throne of His father David”. Luke 1: 32

……. for the Son of David, the Messiah is born, Glory to God.

 

This Week’s Reminders:

Today: Awana meets: 5:30 pm

Evening Worship: 6:00 pm

Wednesday: Prayer Meeting canceled (Christmas Eve)

 

Our sanctuary is beautifully decorated for our celebration of the birth of Christ. Thank you to all who worked and provided this Christmas display

 

Dec 29 5th Sunday Praise Service (Evening Worship)

Jan 11 Brotherhood breakfast at church 8:30 am.

Jan 14 Senior Saints: program by Bro. Loy Watson….. but

wait; we’ll have more of the surprise next week.

Jan 17 BMA Mission Rally at Round Mountain.

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Christmas Celebration Banned: Go back in time to the year 1695 and to a place called Bay Colony, Massachusetts. In the meeting house, the General Council passes a law forbidding the “observing any such day as Christmas or the like, either by forebearing of labor, feasting, or any other way”. Anyone caught doing so would be fined.

We have to remember these colonists were strict Puritans, thus they took the line that there was no Biblical reference to seasonal excess at Christmas. Consequently, they kept to the pure religious observance of Christmas with no feasting.

The four Gospels tell of all aspects of Jesus: Matthew of his right to be called “King”. Mark of his title as “Greatest Servant”. Luke of his completely human nature, and John of his being the Savior of the world – God’s only Son.

 

Pray for Andres and Orlinda Tinoco (Jamie & Emily) and for the team of missionaries, pastors and leaders in the city of Lima, Peru, for the expansion of God’s work.

DAILY BREAD: There are new copies of the Daily Bread devotional magazine on the foyer table. Bro. Phil & Joyce Misenheimer have provided them for Eastside again this year. Please use this very good daily devotional magazine and our thanks to the Misenheimers for providing these for the coming year.

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December 15, 2013

Eastside Missionary Baptist Church

The end of your search for a friendly church

December 15, 2013

—Bro. Jared Byrns

Joseph

and divine moments

Matthew 1: 20-25 “An angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream, do not be afraid to take Mary as your wife”.

Matthew 2: 13 “An angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream saying, Arise, take the young Child and His mother, flee to Egypt”.

Matthew 2: 19-21 “An angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream saying, Arise, take the young Child and His mother and go to the land of Israel”.

Matthew 2: 22-23 “And being warned by God in a dream, Joseph turned into the region of Galilee”.

Joseph surely must have been a good and exemplary man, to have been chosen by God to be the foster father of God’s Own Son.

The importance of the influence, teaching and example of Joseph was vitally important to God’s plan.

 

This Week’s Reminders:

  • Today: Choir Practice: 4:30 pm
  • Awana meets: 5:30 pm
  • Evening Worship: 6:00 pm
  • Wednesday: Prayer Meeting: 7:00 pm

 

Our church services were canceled for December 8th because of bad weather (ice & snow). The ice did not break trees and all the ugly deadness of winter was covered with pure white snow.

If we trust Jesus as our savior, his blood covers our ugly sins and we can appear before God the father, clean and white as snow, we will be beautiful !

 

Dec 15 Choir Practice 4:30

Dec 17 Senior Saints assemble fruit baskets for shut ins

10:00 am, then go out to eat.

Dec 20 WMA Christmas Party – 6:00 pm at home of Janice Watts. Bring a Christmas ornament to exchange.

Prayer calendar for today: Pray for Rigobert and Claudia Jimenez (daughter Mariana) for protection, safety and a clearly defined vision and plan of work in El Salvador.

The Last Day of Evil…..A day of Reckoning

What about the devil, how do I resist him until Christ comes?

Satan never wins the fight…….The One who died for us – who was raised to life for us, is in the presence of God at this very moment sticking up for us. Romans 8: 34. God will never let you be pushed past your limit; He will always be there to help you come through. 1 Corinthians 10: 13.

From Johnnie Woods: It has been the custom to exchange Christmas cards at the church to save cost. If you want to participate, please bring cards, addressed, on Sunday, December 15th. Cards will be handed out on December 22.

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December 1, 2013

Eastside Missionary Baptist Church

The end of your search for a friendly church

December 1, 2013

“Debts and Debtors”

Lord, Teach Us to Pray, Pt. 19

(Matthew 6: 12)

—Bro. Jared Byrns

I. Prayer ______________________the_________

for ____________________________

(Matthew 6: 12; Hebrews 4: 16).

II. Prayer _________ ___________________ of our

______________________________ against God (Matthew 6: 12; Psalm 51: 3-4).

III. Prayer _________ to be ____________ of others’

____________________________ against us

(Matthew 6:12; 18: 23-25).

“Blessed is he whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered. Blessed is the man to whom the Lord does not impute iniquity, and in whose spirit there is no deceit”. Psalm 32: 1-2

This Week’s Reminders:

Today: Choir Practice: 5:00 pm

Awana meets: 5:30 pm

Evening Worship: 6:00 pm

Wednesday: Prayer Meeting: 7:00 pm

Dec 1 – Choir Practice 5:00 pm

Dec 4 – Monthly Business Meeting.

Dec 6 – Ladies Christmas Party 6:00 pm at Janice Watts

house, bring a Christmas ornament to exchange.

Dec 7 – Pastor & Deacon’s breakfast at Tooley’s 8:00 am

Dec 7 – Senior Saints trip to Christmas play in Van Buren – leave Church at 10:00 am

Dec 8 & 15 Choir Practice 4:30

Dec 10 – Senior Saints assemble fruit baskets for shut-ins

10:00 am, then go out to eat.

Dec 13 – Christmas Party @ Byrns’ house, 6:30 pm.

Dec 13 - BMA of the Ozarks Mission Rally at Red Oak Baptist

Church 1625 Gwy 62-65 North, Harrison, AR at 7:00 pm.

Pastor: Gary Crawford – Speaker: Kwaame Boahene.

Refreshments after the program.

Pray for Steve and Daura Crawley, executive director of Lifeword Media Ministries, that God will bless the work of the BMAA and that more churches will partner with Lifeword to share the Gospel.

Jesus died over 2000 years ago. No one has ever referred to HIM as the late Jesus, not the heathens nor in recorded history. Nowhere has HE ever been referred to in the past tense….He “is” the Living God!

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November 24, 2013

Eastside Missionary Baptist Church

The end of your search for a friendly church

November 24, 2013

“Our Daily Bread”

Lord, Teach Us to Pray, Pt. 18

(Matthew 6: 11)

—Bro. Jared Byrns

I. Prayer _________________________ that we are _____________________ upon_______________ (Matthew 6: 11; Corinthians 12: 9-10).

II. Prayer _____________ that our __________ never

______________ (Matthew 6: 11).

III. Prayer _______________________ our faith that God _______________ our__________________ (Matthew 6: 11; Philippians 4: 11-13, 19).

IV. Prayer ___________________ our faith that God __________ just ________ and just ______ _____ (Matthew 6: 11).

Jesus said to them, “I am the bread of life, He who comes to Me shall never hunger, and he who believes in Me shall never thirst”. John: 6: 35

This Week’s Reminders:

  • Today: Choir Practice: 5:00 pm
  • Awana meets: 5:30 pm
  • Evening Worship: 6:00 pm
  • Wednesday: Prayer Meeting: 7:00 pm

Nov 26 – Prayer Meeting & Praise service on Tuesday night

instead of Wednesday.

Nov 28 – Thanksgiving

Nov 24 through Dec 15 – WEEKLY choir practice 5:00 pm

Dec 4 – Monthly Business Meeting.

Dec 6 – Ladies Christmas Party 6:00 pm at Janice Watts house,

bring a Christmas ornament to exchange.

Dec 7 – Pastor & Deacon’s breakfast at Tooley’s 8:00 am

Dec 7 – Senior Saints trip to Christmas play in Van Buren – leave

Church at 10:00 am

Prayer Calendar for today: Pray for the Bonilla’s in Costa Rica that God will bless Costa Rica and His vision for His church.

 

Are you in the Winner’s Circle?

When Christ comes, the small will be great, the forgotten remembered, the unnoticed will be crowned and the faithful will be honored. You will receive a crown – not just one crown but three – The Crown of Life: (James 1: 12) – The Crown of Righteousness: (2 Tim. 4: 8) – The Crown of Glory: (1 Peter 5: 4)

God himself will praise his children (1 Cor. 4: 5). God will look you in the eye and bless you with the words;

“Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things; I will put you in charge of many things. Come and share your master’s happiness”. Matthew: 25: 23

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