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FBC E-Blast - January 29, 2018
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January 29, 2018

Developing Convictions - Jeremiah 17

An acorn needs nutrients and time to grow into a tall, sturdy oak tree. Likewise, men and women of conviction develop gradually through committed Bible study and prayer. Ready to get planted firmly in biblical truth? Here’s how:


Make a list of issues for which you need to form a conviction. Here are questions to help you get started: Do you consider the Bible true and trustworthy? Do you think that believing in Jesus Christ is the only way to be saved? What is the Holy Spirit’s role in the lives of believers and unbelievers? Are we to forgive others in every situation? How should Christians approach finances? What’s your purpose in life? What is your role in the church and at work? How should you think and act regarding social issues like capital punishment, abortion, and racism?


It is my hope that these questions will open the eyes of those who haven’t contemplated how their personal philosophies have developed. It’s time to change that. Study the Bible and make God’s Word the cornerstone of your thinking. A concordance will point you to scriptures that relate to the above topics. Evaluate what the Bible says rather than looking at an issue through the lens of personal preference. Ask, What does God say? rather than What does this mean to me?


Once you know what God says, you have a choice to make: Believe Him and commit to living according to your conviction, or continue being tossed by waves of doubt and indecision (James 1:6). Root yourself in God’s Word and be called one of His oaks of righteousness (Isaiah 61:3).



Current Sermon Series
      In this series we will discuss the believer's peace with God, standing in grace, hope of glory, possession of love, certainty of deliverance, and joy in God. But we will also address two significant questions about assurance.


Last Week:
      His love for us is amazing, it's beyond description, let alone comprehension. We are secure in our salvation because of God's love have been lavished on us to save us, and to keep us until that glad day of reunion with Him.
      Sunday's message is available for streaming or for download on our
sermons page, or by visiting us on iTunes.


Next Week:
      We will continue our series Eternal Security by looking at the next link in the chain of our eternal security..




Upcoming Events


January 30 - Dartball Game at McDonald Presbyterian. Be there by 7:30 PM


February 4 - Lord's Supper & Deacon's Fund Offering
                      Carry-in Fellowship Dinner after AM Worship Service


February 10 - Trustee Meeting at 8 AM
                        Salad Mix-Off & Dessert Bake-Off at 6 PM, main course provided by the church


February 11 - Deacon's Meeting at 8 AM


March 2 - Church-wide Bowling more details to come




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