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Oct 09 - Youth Meeting - 7pm


Oct 27 - Nursing Home Service - Fox Run Manor - 7pm


Oct 31 - 1st Annual Fellowship meeting - 10 am worship service.

     Guest speaker - Bro Aurelius Raines, Pastor, Harding Street Church of God in Chicago 

     Meal served afterwards at the Blanchard Valley Center. 



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Thoughts From A Recent Sermon...


Like A Leopard

Bro Josh Thilmony,  10/4/2015 


Revelation 13.1 And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy. 2) And the beast which I saw was like unto a leopard... 


This beast was like a leopard.  One of the symbolic meanings of the leopard-like beast was that it was spotted with sin.


Under the historical view of Revelation, this beast represents the errors of the Roman Catholic Church.  In the midst of great humanitarian, charitable, and diplomatic efforts, it is spotted by sin.  For example, they call their priests, "father." This is a sinful practice because Jesus said that we should not call any man father, rabbi, or master.  (Matt 23.8-10).  They would do well to call the priests "brother" instead of "father." 


Jeremiah asked in 13.23 if the leopard could change his spots.  Jeremiah reasons that if the leopard can change his spots, then men that are accustomed to doing evil can change themselves and do good.  The leopard cannot change his spots, but God can.  God can change sinners into holy living saints as well. 


God has a spot remover.  It is called the Word of God.  Ephesians 5.27 says that he washes the church with his Word so that he can present it to himself a glorious church, without spot! 


James 1.27 says that true religion is to...keep yourself unspotted from the world.  Once God has removed the spots, we should labor to keep ourselves unspotted by the grace of God. If your religion is spotted with sin and worldliness, your religion is not up to par.