Sunday Ministry May 24, 2020

Sunday Ministry May 24, 2020


You are welcome to tap here, and listen to today’s prerecorded sermon

GOING FORWARD, Mark 2:13-3:6

Wednesday Evening Praise and Prayer is scheduled for 7:00 pm both at the church and for those who join us on ZOOM. A separate email/video will be sent out to all of you Wednesday noon assisting you in making the connection.

ZOOM CLOUD!?! Linda and I bought a zoom internet platform and added cloud storage space (not the one over your head). We would like to presently share it with the church. For the first time this past Friday, I recorded video/audio, the same sermon posted on our church website, sermon GOING FORWARD, Mark 2:13-3:6. Click on the link below at your convenience and you are viewing today’s sermon… enter the password below when prompted.

Password: 2b+5?&*t

The Church office will be closed on Monday in observance of the Memorial Day Holiday. Enjoy this beautiful Lord’s Day today. God bless you.

By now, you have heard the news of the homegoing of evangelist and apologist, Ravi Zacharias. His daughter reports that just a couple of months before his cancer diagnosis, he recited a stanza from a hymn written more than 300 years ago by Richard Baxter, a pastor who served nearly 20 years in the small town of Kidderminster, England. Here are the words of that hymn. Read slowly and savor each word!

“Lord, it belongs not to my care, whether I die or live;

To love and serve Thee is my share, and this Thy grace must give.

If life be long, I will be glad, that I may long obey;

If short, yet why should I be sad, to welcome endless day?

Christ leads me through no darker rooms, than He went through before;

He that unto God’s kingdom comes, must enter by this door.

Come Lord, when grace hath made me meet, Thy blessed face to see;

For if Thy work on earth be sweet, what will thy glory be!

Then I shall end my sad complaints, and weary sinful days,

And join with the triumphant saint, that sing my Savior’s praise.

My knowledge of that life is small, the eye of faith is dim;

But ‘tis enough that Christ knows all, and I shall be with Him.”

Pastor Mike Brubaker, DMin


Christian Life Chapel
PO Box 91
392 South Main Street
Colchester, CT 06415

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