|Date||Sermon Link||Scripture Passage|
|11/29/2015||Christmas Hope||Isaiah 9:1-7; Matthew 4:12-17|
|12/13/2015||Christmas Love||John 3:16-17|
Monday, November 30, 2015
Tuesday, November 3, 2015
I think there are times when we feel insignificant. We begin to feel that our
lives don’t really matter, or that our church can’t really make an impact or that
our town is too small to be important. Our new sermon series will focus on the
Letters to the Thessalonian churches written by Paul. In these letters Paul
tells them that what they are and who they are matters immensely.
Thessalonica was a strategic town located on a very busy road. People from all
walks of life came through their town and therefore they had an incredible
opportunity to be a launching pad for the gospel. I believe that First
Presbyterian Church, Pascagoula, MS is in a similar place. We are a growing
church located in a town where many people come and go. We have the
unique opportunity to prepare people of all ages and walks of life to take the
gospel and go impact the world. Over the next several weeks we will look at the
unique challenges that faced the church in Thessalonica and how the members
were called to deal with them. From there we will be challenged to embrace the
missional call that God has for us to embrace the gospel as our own and share
it with others in our lives. I hope you will join us in worship or listen online as
we journey through this letter together.
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