Prayer Points


Armed Forces- Keep in prayer for the safety of our men and women serving in our armed forces around the world.

Pray for the peace of Jerusalem- As the Middle East heats up, pray for the nation of Israel along with all of those in this region who have come to the knowledge of Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour.


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Shepherd to Sheep







"Behold how happy (blessed) is the man whom God reproves"   Job 5:17




One of Job's comforters in speaking to Job, tries to encourage him in all his affliction. Whether he was in a right spirit as he spoke to Job, we can try and see what the Lord would have for Job in the loss of his family, his health and wealth, his position within the community as and his peers,  along with the loss of his wife’s respect. Wow, we may all empathize with him and almost understand why his wife would tell him "curse God and die". But the Lord was looking far beyond the circumstances that were at hand. Was Job elated with all that went on in his life for this season? Highly disputable, yet his hope was in the absolute faithfulness of God, and in this he was blessed, knowing the Lord's sovereignty, and His ability to do far beyond what he could think or ask. Today, most of here will not broach the magnitude of what Job experienced, yet can we ask ourselves, how happy or blessed are we in Christ Jesus, even as we go through the trials that prove our faith. "Rest in the Lord, and wait patiently for Him" is the word from the psalmist. Psalm 37:7


 Pastor Russell


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