“He draweth also the mighty with his power: he riseth up, and no man is sure of life. Though it be given him to be in safety, whereon he resteth; yet his eyes are upon their ways.” Job 24:22-23
Our Lord will never have to send a message to us, saying, “I am not feeling well today; therefore, I shall not be dealing with you today on the same basis as I dealt with you yesterday.”
You may not be feeling well physically today. Have you learned to be thankful anyhow and to rejoice in the promises of God? God’s eternal blessings do not depend on how you feel today. If my eternal hope rested on how I felt physically, I might as well begin packing for a move to some other region! Even if I do not feel heavenly, my feelings in no way change my heavenly hope and prospect.
I dare not relate even a fraction of my faith and hope to my emotions of the moment and to how I feel today. My eternal hope depends on God’s well being — on whether God Himself is able to make good on His promises. And about that there is no doubt.
Now that I have brought up the subject of our human emotions, I should add this further word. I do not know how familiar you are with the ways of God and the tender movings of His Spirit. But I will tell you this quite frankly: God does not play on our emotions to bring us to the point of spiritual decision. – A.W. Tozer
We invite all men (old and young) to a special fellowship dinner and service on Thursday, March 29 at 7:00p.m. Our guest speaker is Dr. Stephen Pollock from Malvern FPC. We look forward to a good time of food, fellowship, and preaching.
“Christ is one who is all that God is and at the same time all that man is: on whose mighty arm we can rest, and to whose human sympathy we can appeal.”
Please Pray for
Special Prayer Requests
Please remember Sara Mathew, Francesca Fernandes, Jenny Tian, Richard Teo, Roger Valenciano and Isabelle Glynn.
Pray for Our Seniors
Jean Bynoe, Florence Chung, Mary Long, Yvonne Postill, Sam & Maud McAnally, Grace Saunders, Margaret Schenk and John & Thelma Watson