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SERVICE TIMES
Sunday Worship
Sunday School – 9:45am
Morning Worship – 10:30am
Evening Worship – 6:00pm
 
Wednesday Worship
Bible Study/Prayer – 6:30pm
Youth & Kids – 6:30pm
 
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A Living Memorial of Kindness

 
David asked, “Is there anyone still left of the house of Saul to whom I can show kindness for Jonathan’s sake? – 2 Samuel 9:1
Today’s Scripture & Insight: 2 Samuel 9:1-7
 
I grew up in a church full of traditions. One came into play when a beloved family member or friend died. Often a church pew or possibly a painting in a hallway showed up not long afterward with a brass plate affixed: “In Memory of . . .” The deceased’s name would be etched there, a shining reminder of a life passed on. I always appreciated those memorials. And I still do. Yet at the same time they’ve always given me pause because they are static, inanimate objects, in a very literal sense something “not alive.” Is there a way to add an element of “life” to the memorial?
 
Following the death of his beloved friend Jonathan, David wanted to remember him and to keep a promise to him (1 Samuel 20:12–17). But rather than simply seek something static, David searched and found something very much alive—a son of Jonathan (2 Samuel 9:3). David’s decision here is dramatic. He chose to extend kindness (v. 1) to Mephibosheth (vv. 6–7) in the specific forms of restored property (“all the land that belonged to your grandfather Saul”) and the ongoing provision of food and drink (“you will always eat at my table”).
 
As we continue to remember those who’ve died with plaques and paintings, may we also recall David’s example and extend kindness to those still living.
 
Reflect & Pray Who has died that you don’t want to forget? What might a specific kindness to another person look like for you?
Jesus, give me the strength to extend kindness in memory of the kindness others have shown me, but most important because of Your great kindness.

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Divine Escape

 
So from that day on they plotted to take his life – John 11:53
Today’s Scripture & Insight: John 11:45-53
 
Agatha Christie’s Hercule Poirot mystery The Clocks features antagonists who commit a series of murders. Although their initial plot targeted a single victim, they began taking more lives in order to cover up the original crime. When confronted by Poirot, a conspirator confessed, “It was only supposed to be the one murder.”
 
Like the schemers in the story, the religious authorities formed a conspiracy of their own. After Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead (John 11:38–44), they called an emergency meeting and plotted to kill Him (vv. 45–53). But they didn’t stop there. After Jesus rose from the dead, the religious leaders spread lies about what happened at the grave (Matthew 28:12–15). Then they began a campaign to silence Jesus’s followers (Acts 7:57–8:3). What started as a religious plot against one man for the “greater good” of the nation became a web of lies, deceit, and multiple casualties.
 
Sin plunges us down a road that often has no end in sight, but God always provides a way of escape. When Caiaphas the high priest said, “It is better for you that one man die for the people than that the whole nation perish” (John 11:50), he didn’t understand the profound truth of his words. The conspiracy of the religious leaders would help bring about the redemption of mankind.
 
Jesus saves us from sin’s vicious grip. Have you received the freedom He offers?
 
Reflect & Pray What road are you going down that could take you further away from God? He offers real freedom. What do you need to confess to Him today?

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