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Out of the Darkness

Read Psalm 107:10-16 The problem or predicament is one being in a prison, a place of darkness, like a tomb or cave, damp, filthy, cold, not fit for man nor beast. The way of the transgressor is hard indeed. The ready eminence of execution as death brings horror to the soul and hangs in the air. Helplessness, hopelessness, bound in misery as well a…

Wandering into Wondering

Wandering into Wondering Read Psalm 107:4-9 Looking at our text, first, the problem or predicament: we see a lost caravan, in an endless sea of sand, where tracks seem to disappear as soon as they are made. One who wanders here in a dry wasteland sees no end in sight. It can indeed be a picture of one who does not know God. He knows not which dir…

What the Lord Is Like

Hope this short meditation finds you "fixing your eyes on Jesus, the author and perfecter of faith, who for the joy set before Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and has sat down at the right hand of the throne of God." (Hebrews 12:2)  Psalm 107:1-2 says, "Oh give thanks to the Lord for He is good, for His lovingkindness is everlastin…

Looking Ahead

With many graduating, maybe you are one of these looking into an unknown future, or maybe you are up in age a little, what are you looking toward, forward to, or hoping the unknown future may hold? These are all good questions; only One knows the future (Isa. 46:9-11), how you will make it! Any ideas, any strategies, any thoughts? I would like to s…

Who to Invite

by Elder Randy Slak Today I would like to look at Jesus's words in Luke 14, primarily verses 12-14. Strangely enough Jesus tells us not to invite family, friends, and rich neighbors to a luncheon. What could that be all about? Jesus mentions something like reciprocity might be in the works and that will be our repayment. That would be the lesson, …

Ready for Summer

by Elder Randy Slak Pastor Groves said to me one time long ago, "Summertime is here and the living is easy." Solomon in his book called Ecclesiastes says in Ecc. 11:7," Light is pleasant and it is good for the eyes to see the sun." With all the beautiful sunshine, blue skies, and warm temps, what is there not to enjoy during this period of the yea…

The Good Shepherd

by Elder Randy Slak Let us take a look today at John 10:11. "I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down His life for the sheep." Jesus is the spokesperson of these words, speaking directly of Himself. How can He proclaim this, why does He say this, and what does the Shepherd do? We will see some answers from the Bible and also see insight…

Mercy

By Elder Randy Slak What is mercy? How valuable a trait is it? Is it something we can possess? Does God show mercy? Is He merciful? This is, as we will see, a most invaluable trait we can possess; and is one of God's greatest and most valuable and hopeful traits we can see in Him. Let us start out with seeing what mercy is and some examples of it …

Profiting from the Word of God

by Elder Randy Slak From the book of this title by A.W. Pink, going to be with the Lord in 1952, he had a great writing ministry. He knew the prevailing spiritual weakness around him and amidst numerous books he wrote, in 1921 commenced a monthly magazine ,Studies in the Scriptures which can all be found on the internet and are great studies to en…

Special Procedures for the Reopening of GCC

Our building will only be “partially” opened initially, to facilitate greater control over areas needing regular disinfection treatment. a.  GCF groups will not meet on site for the first week. b. The men’s and women’s bathrooms on the first floor will be open for use [doors will remain open to avoid touching doorkno…