Always worship and adore the Lord Jesus Christ


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Charles Warner | The Union Daily Times The celebration of Christmas has varied over the centuries and from nation to nation and culture to culture with each era, nation, and culture having its own traditions. The one thing that does not change, however, is that Christmas is the celebration of the birth of the Lord Jesus Christ. That's something we should never forget and because of that we should also never forget that He is Lord and therefore is worthy of all our worship and adoration. That worship and adoration began the night of His birth with the shepherds, continued with the wise men, and continues to this day as Christians everywhere worship and adore their Lord and Savior. So this Christmas and in every Christmas yet to be, remember to make Jesus the center of your Christmas celebrations and, better yet, make Him the center of each and every day of your life and worship and praise Him always.


Sunday, Dec. 20

6 p.m.: The Corinth Baptist Church family invites you to join us as we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ with “The Nativity of Jesus.” The cantata will be held at Corinth Baptist Church, 302 N. Herndon St., Union.

Directed by Mrs. Andrena Powell-Baker and Mrs. Earline Beaty with special music directed by Mr. Marcus Gist, this presentation promises to sooth the soul, lift your spirit and remember the goodness in the world.

The sanctuary will be filled with music and narration as characters reveal the story of the birth of Jesus Christ. The community is invited. Rev. J.A. Calhoun, Pastor.

Thursday, Dec. 24

7 p.m.: Grace United Methodist Church will hold its Christmas Eve Service.

Sunday, Dec. 27

5 p.m.: His Chosen Few (Mary Owens) presents a fashion/show play at the Pacolet River Building on Lovers Lane Road. The play is entitled “For Better Or For Worse.” Come out and have some good fellowship and a fun-filled evening for the entire family. A donation of $10 — tickets may be purchased from cast members — 0r $12 at the door. A fellowship gathering will follow.

Wednesday, Dec. 31

10:30 p.m.: Joing “Watch-Night Services” will be held at the Mt. Calvary Baptist Church in the Cross Keys Community with the Rev. Freddie Wicker, pastor of the McBeth Baptist Church bringing the message. The public is invited.

10:30 p.m.: The Chambertown Community Lighthouse on South Mountain Street in Union will hold a Watch Night Service. All are invited to come fellowship with us. Bishop Tyra Parham, Pastor.

Saturday, Jan. 9, 2016

5 p.m.: St. Luke Baptist Church hosts a Relay for Life Songfest. Rev. George Shell, Pastor.

Wednesday, Jan. 13

10:30 a.m.: A new nondenominational Bible study, open to everyone, will begin at Grace United Methodist Church. The study will be led by Fran Love and meet in the Clyburn-Whitener Classroom.

The book “Sitting at the Feet of Rabbi Jesus; How the Jewishness of Jesus Can Transform Your Faith”, written by Ann Spangler and Lois Tverberg, will lead us to explore the culture and customs of first-century Jews, enriching our understanding of the Bible and of Jesus. It’s not necessary to purchase the book, but it is available through Christian Supply, Amazon, and Cokesbury for $16.

If anyone would like to have the book, please notify Grace UMC by Jan.15.

Charles Warner | The Union Daily Times

The celebration of Christmas has varied over the centuries and from nation to nation and culture to culture with each era, nation, and culture having its own traditions. The one thing that does not change, however, is that Christmas is the celebration of the birth of the Lord Jesus Christ. That’s something we should never forget and because of that we should also never forget that He is Lord and therefore is worthy of all our worship and adoration. That worship and adoration began the night of His birth with the shepherds, continued with the wise men, and continues to this day as Christians everywhere worship and adore their Lord and Savior. So this Christmas and in every Christmas yet to be, remember to make Jesus the center of your Christmas celebrations and, better yet, make Him the center of each and every day of your life and worship and praise Him always.

http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_IMG_0004.jpgCharles Warner | The Union Daily Times

The celebration of Christmas has varied over the centuries and from nation to nation and culture to culture with each era, nation, and culture having its own traditions. The one thing that does not change, however, is that Christmas is the celebration of the birth of the Lord Jesus Christ. That’s something we should never forget and because of that we should also never forget that He is Lord and therefore is worthy of all our worship and adoration. That worship and adoration began the night of His birth with the shepherds, continued with the wise men, and continues to this day as Christians everywhere worship and adore their Lord and Savior. So this Christmas and in every Christmas yet to be, remember to make Jesus the center of your Christmas celebrations and, better yet, make Him the center of each and every day of your life and worship and praise Him always.

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