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Welcome to our web site!  May the Lord bless you as you browse.


Please also join us for our services on Sundays and Wednesdays at 119 E Lima Street in Findlay!

 

Come as you are. Be transformed into a disciple of Jesus!  Find the river of life that will bring satisfaction to your soul! 

 
Events

 

***Note - We are now holding mid-week services on Wednesday nights at 7pm instead of on Thursdays.***

 


Jul 10 - Youth Meeting - 7pm

 

Jul 20-24 - Vacation Bible School 

 

Jul 28 - Nursing Home Service - Fox Run Manor - 7pm 

 

Aug 14 - Youth Meeting - 7pm

 

Aug 21 - Guest Speaker - To be announced - 7pm

 

Aug 25 - Nursing Home Service - Fox Run Manor - 7pm

 

 

 

 

For more information on events, please call Bro Josh Thilmony at 419-721-7384.

 
Thoughts From A Recent Sermon...

 

Tell Me Where You Have Laid Him

Bro Josh Thilmony,  6/28/2015 

 

John 20.14-15 ...tell me where you have laid him...

 

Mary was seeking Jesus, not realizing he was standing there.  There was no reason for Mary to weep, and we have no reason to despair for lack of help from Jesus. Many times we don't realize how close Jesus is. In the Old Testament, Joshua looked upon him, not realizing that the Captain of the Lord's Host was standing there.  

 

Where can we find Jesus today?

 

Part 1 - Jesus is Among the Sinners

 

Matt 11.19 Jesus was accused of being a friend of sinners.  We could make the same accusation today.  He is there any time you reach out to the lost, adding his own extended hand to your outreach.

 

If you want to know Jesus better, befriend sinners.  Mercy, forgiveness, and support is where Jesus dwells. Friendly opposition to the thoughts of sinners is a method of God's outreach to them.  I recently had a sinner in my home, and opposed him on several viewpoints to let him know the way of Christ.  For example, he was describing another sinner friend of his, and said that the man was hopeless.  I immediately told him that there's always hope in God. 

 

Part 2 - Jesus is Among the Overcomers

 

Revelation 3 - Jesus told the churches of Sardis and Laodicea that those who overcame would be with Him.  Overcomers are those who remain wholly sanctified, walking in all the light that God has shed on their life. 

 

Among the religious people, it is the overcomers that are God's temple.  Those in Sardis that didn't defile their garments were allowed to walk with Jesus in white. The Laodiceans that overcame were allowed to sit with Christ in his throne.  By his presence within, we win all the battles against tempation and sin. 

 

Part 3 - Jesus is on the Throne of Grace

 

2 Cor 12.9 My grace is sufficient for you...  When thorns in the flesh are more than we want to bear, Jesus ministers grace to help us through.

 

Paul also told the Corinthians that he would never allow us to be tempted above what we are able.  We must expound this scripture to understand that the temptations are more than we could bear on our own.  His grace to help in time of need puts us over the top, and there's nothing that comes our way that is too hard to handle.