Not Just Another Church
It’s a group of real people like you and me who gather to worship our Creator and encourage one another.
We live out our theme of Here to Serve in charitable and community efforts.
We study the Bible, practice what we learn, and, in the process, grow together.
Connecting with Someone
Bigger than Us
Weekly Activities Schedule
Preaching/Teaching Service – 11:00 AM
Sunday School – 3:00 PM
Bible Study – 3:00 PM
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How can you tell the difference between a wise person and a foolish one? Proverbs offers one simple test to separate the wise from the foolish. Each of us will take this test over and over in our lifetime. This test is deceptively simple, and it can seem unimportant at first. But passing this test doesn’t just prove that you are wise. It also positions you to grow in wisdom and understanding. This test prepares you to influence others. What is the one test that divides the wise from the foolish?
In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus painted a picture of those who are blessed. He taught, “Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled.” (Matthew 5:6) Does your heart cry out for righteousness? Are you hungry to know more of God? If you want to grow spiritually, you need to be hungry.
Who is the second shepherd? To answer that question, let’s turn the page of history back to Ezekiel 34. In this chapter, God rebukes the negligence and grave irresponsibility of the leaders of Israel. They have neglected to care for His people, feeding themselves instead of their flocks. God prophesies that, one day, He will gather His people and bring them back to Israel. This points to the millennial kingdom. However, in verses 23-24, we discover a puzzling prophecy. God promises,
“And I will set up one shepherd over them, and he shall feed them, even my servant David; he shall feed them, and he shall be their shepherd. And I the Lord will be their God, and my servant David a prince among them; I the Lord have spoken it.”
David, the second king of Israel, was a shepherd in his youth. As a king, he cared for his people and led them in right paths. But how could David become their shepherd when, by this time, he had lain in his grave for over three centuries? Who was this second Shepherd?