Welcome to Rescue Baptist Church

                        

                         Pastor John Reeves

                       Church (530) 677-1710

                               email: rescuebaptist232@gmail.com


 

And the LORD shall guide thee continually, and satisfy thy soul in drought, and make fat thy bones: and thou shalt be like a watered garden, and like a spring of water, whose waters fail not.

                                                              Isaiah 58:11 


SCHEDULED MEETINGS

Sunday Morning Bible Study                      10:00 AM

Sunday Morning Worship                           11:00 AM

Friday Night Bible Study                                 7:30 PM


 
OPENING HYMN

“Lead Me To Calvary”                 pg176


 

SCRIPTURE READING

Psalm 128:1-6


 

OFFERTORY

 


WORSHIP HYMN

“I Am His, And He Is Mine”                pg490      


 

Message

“Great Things” 


CLOSING HYMN

“To God Be The Glory”         pg66


 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

·       Special meetings this Friday night

·       Next Sunday Lord willing we will come to the Lords Table after brief intermission

 



FOOD FOR THOUGHT

“To those who truly believe, those who have this precious faith, ‘HE IS PRECIOUS’ (1 Peter 2:7).  This is one way I know that God has given me this faith.  The faith which I have will not permit me to look to, trust in, rest upon, live upon, or have any hope in anyone but Christ, and Christ alone!  Unto me HE IS PRECIOUS!”

                                             Pastor Maurice Montgomery

 



Our Assemblies

“By God’s all-wise appointment, our assemblies are the life, the food, and the nourishment of our souls.  It is the main way whereby we publicly identify with Christ and His Gospel.  We evidence our love for Christ by our loyalty and support of one another in opposition to all false worship.  Many things will rise up in competition to the diligent attendance of our assemblies.  We must recognize and refuse to give in to anything that is opposed to what Christ commands.  The total falling away of a graceless professor always begins with this neglect, this disassociation with God’s people (Heb. 10:25).

                                                             John Owen 1616-1683)

 



“My view of the way in which I became a Christian must satisfy the test that it promotes and gives all glory to God.  Salvation comes to us in spite of ourselves; we are nothing.  We are not Christians because of our particular character or because of anything that we have done.  It is all of God.  ‘For by grace are ye saved through faith, and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God; not of works lest any man should boast’ (Eph. 2:8).  There is to be no self- glorying, no man must glory in himself.”

                                                              Martyn Lloyd-Jones