Jesus is Lord for all eternity


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Charles Warner | The Union Daily Times Since before the beginning of time Jesus has been Lord over all things and will remain so even when history as we know it comes to an end. He was there when creation came into being — which He brought into being — and will be there long after this world has passed away in accordance with His will. He holds the keys to Heaven and Hell and He sits in judgment of all who have lived, are alive, or will be alive and decides who will join Him in His eternal kingdom and who will not. When we forget all this, we forget Jesus is Lord and we set ourselves up for eternal heartbreak, because while Jesus is Lord, there is one thing He cannot do and that is make us accept Him as our Savior. Only we can do that, and if we choose not to do so in this life, then in the next life we will hear Him tells us to depart from Him, that He never knew us. So resolve this year, this day, this minute, to acknowledge Jesus as Lord and accept Him as your Savior, because to choose otherwise is the ultimate form of foolishness.


Wednesday, Jan. 6

5:30 p.m.: Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church will have their Poor Man’s Supper. The menu will be biscuits, sausage gravy, egg, and grits with a drink. Desserts are extra. Singing starts at 6 p.m. For takeout call 864-427-5319.

Saturday, Jan. 9

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

Sunday, Jan. 10

1 p.m.: The New Emanual Chapel Church Men’s Ministry will celebrate through songs and praise at the church. Everyone is welcome to join in to lift up the Name of Jesus through singing.

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.

Sunday, Jan. 17

6 p.m.: Putman Baptist Church, 3692 Buffalo-West Springs Highway, Buffalo, will hosting a concert by the gospel group “Triumphant.” For more information call 864-427-3209.

Charles Warner | The Union Daily Times
Since before the beginning of time Jesus has been Lord over all things and will remain so even when history as we know it comes to an end. He was there when creation came into being — which He brought into being — and will be there long after this world has passed away in accordance with His will. He holds the keys to Heaven and Hell and He sits in judgment of all who have lived, are alive, or will be alive and decides who will join Him in His eternal kingdom and who will not. When we forget all this, we forget Jesus is Lord and we set ourselves up for eternal heartbreak, because while Jesus is Lord, there is one thing He cannot do and that is make us accept Him as our Savior. Only we can do that, and if we choose not to do so in this life, then in the next life we will hear Him tells us to depart from Him, that He never knew us. So resolve this year, this day, this minute, to acknowledge Jesus as Lord and accept Him as your Savior, because to choose otherwise is the ultimate form of foolishness.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_IMG_0002.jpgCharles Warner | The Union Daily Times
Since before the beginning of time Jesus has been Lord over all things and will remain so even when history as we know it comes to an end. He was there when creation came into being — which He brought into being — and will be there long after this world has passed away in accordance with His will. He holds the keys to Heaven and Hell and He sits in judgment of all who have lived, are alive, or will be alive and decides who will join Him in His eternal kingdom and who will not. When we forget all this, we forget Jesus is Lord and we set ourselves up for eternal heartbreak, because while Jesus is Lord, there is one thing He cannot do and that is make us accept Him as our Savior. Only we can do that, and if we choose not to do so in this life, then in the next life we will hear Him tells us to depart from Him, that He never knew us. So resolve this year, this day, this minute, to acknowledge Jesus as Lord and accept Him as your Savior, because to choose otherwise is the ultimate form of foolishness.
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