Friday, October 28, 2011



The first sermon preached each Sunday is not by the preacher, but by you. You preach a message of good cheer when you say "good morning" to those you meet as you are parking your car, or in the hallway and classrooms.

You preach a message of welcome! We have room for you when you slide over in the pew instead of forcing others to squeeze in front of you. You preach a message of hope and joy when you enthusiastically sing during the song service.

You preach a message about the power of prayer when you fervently enter our time of prayer together. You preach a message about respect when you listen attentively while the special music is being presented.

You preach a message of love when you smile, say hello and introduce yourself to visitors. You preach a message about faith when you give your tithes and offerings. You preach a message about the importance of the Scriptures when you open your Bible to the sermon text.

Many messages are preached before the minister stands up to bring his message. If your message is positive and consistent, then the message given from the pulpit will be much better received.

This Sunday morning be prepared to preach your best sermon.

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If you know of someone new to the Kosciusko area and would like for our church to visit them please let us know. Our prayers are that this devotional ministry will be an outreach to bring people into a closer relationship with Jesus. I do appreciate you taking the time to read these devotionals and please keep us in your prayers.

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