Please attend the congregational meeting on June 10 at 4:00pm. We meet in the sanctuary. These meetings will help you catch up on the life of the church.
Where does my help come from? That’s the question that opens Psalm 121. It is the same questions that I wrestle with daily. I look for my help in my own experience, skills, and knowledge. I look for it from people or programs. The Lord might use any or all of those. But ultimately, the Lord is where my help comes from. That’s important. I will fail, so will people and programs. The Lord never fails.
Corrected Psalms Reading Plan
In case you missed it, here is the corrected Psalms reading plan for this week.
- Mon, May 28: Psalms 123-130
- Tue, May 29: Psalms 131-136
- Wed, May 30: Psalms 137-140
- Thu, May 31: Psalms 141-145
- Fri, June 1: Psalms 146-150
How to pray for FBC
The 60+ ministry will be at ETBU for a retreat this week. It looks to have excellent speakers and musicians. Pray that those who attend will enjoy rich fellowship with one another. Pray that they will know the Lord better and fall more in love with Him this week.
How to pray for our Community and our World
The protection at the heart of Psalm 121 is the protection against falling into evil. We cannot avoid the pain of a fallen world – that is not what God promises. But if we pursue a life of evil, it will be because we turned our back on the Lord’s protection. But that is not the protection our society wants. We want our comforts protected. And we want moral protection to come from things like education, law enforcement, government policies, etc. Those things are necessary, but they do not change hearts. Let;s pray this week that eyes will be opened that the Lord is our protector. He is the one who changes hearts.