Christ humbled Himself to exalt you

Sermon for Wednesday August 31, 2022

Our text for today’s meditation comes from the Gospel reading which you heard just moments ago, these words:
“For everyone who exalts himself will be humbled, and whoever humbles himself will be exalted.”
Why was the Pharisee praying the way he was praying in our text this morning?
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Notes from the O.B. Meeting Thurs, Aug 25

Those members who were present for the meeting included:  Bruce, Tammy, Laura, Pastor, Marty, Vicar, Christie, Boyd, and Dawn. Pastor opened the meeting with a devotion on friendship.  According to scripture, there are three possible objects of friendship:  another person, God or his Son, or someone else who follows Jesus.  The role of Operation Barnabas… Continue reading Notes from the O.B. Meeting Thurs, Aug 25


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Treasures of the Bible -- Bearing Fruit, by John Henry Hipsley

Therefore, today’s Psalm is first and foremost to be offered by Jesus. It is one that He could freely and without deceit offer to God, even when He was charged with capital crimes. He was, is, and ever shall be the Perfect Man. He is the One Who is ever able to offer His guiltless petitions and pleas before the Holy God. That is Good News, for Jesus. But, what does it say of the use of the Psalm for everyone else?