Brother Joe Ott introduces and Pastor David Wise concludes the story of the bride of Christ’s redemption. Coming from the humble beginnings of being cast out into the field and left alone, God covenanted to wed and save his bride. In spite of the bride’s infidelity, our Husband Jesus Christ still remains faithful to his marriage covenant even when we fail our Lord.
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2020 Fellowship Meeting. Pastor David Wise reminds us of the lively hope we have through Jesus Christ and his resurrection from the dead. We do not live miserably with no hope in this world, but we are saved by hope, looking with a joyful expectation towards the final culmination of our hope, which is the glorious appearing of the second coming of Christ.
2020 Fellowship Meeting. Elder Chris McCool gives us encouragement for how to respond to uncertain times in our lives. Using the example of King Uzziah and the uncertain time of his death, we see the necessity of seeing the Lord high and lifted up in the house of God when we are struggling through uncertain times here in this world.
2020 Fellowship Meeting. Elder Darren Owens presents the rest for the child of God in trusting in the finished work of Christ. God rests from his labors when he is finished with a work, and the work of salvation is complete in Jesus Christ. We need to labor to enter into the gospel rest in the kingdom of God, trusting in the finished work of Jesus Christ on the cross.
2020 Fellowship Meeting. Elder Tony Lester gives encouragement for us in the midst of trials. Even in the midst of the floods, in the overwhelming rivers, and even in the fire, God is still with his children. In the midst of every tribulation and trial of this life, Jesus Christ will never leave us or forsake us and will give us grace sufficient for every fiery trial in our life.