9:00 am – Prayz & Worship Service, Sanctuary
9:00 am- Sunday School
9:50 am- Fellowship, Activity Center
10:30 am – Traditional Worship Service, Sanctuary
(Children’s Church after Children’s Time, age K-2nd)
Hello Bethel Wesley and friends, I thought I would try something different to see if you like it. I would like to share my favorite sermon for the month. This month’s sermon is “Learning to Wait on the Lord” which I preached on Father’s Day. Please pay attention to the scriptures noted in the sermon, as they will enable you to get a better understanding of the point I’m trying to drive home.
QUESTION: “What does it mean to wait on the Lord?”
ANSWER: The command to wait on the Lord is found extensively throughout the Old and New Testaments. In the Old Testament, it is more about waiting for the Lord’s providential care, but most New Testament references relate to Christ’s second coming. In all cases, it is about waiting expectantly and with hope. Fundamental to being able to wait is trusting God’s character and goodness.
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