Cedar Creek
by Glenda Triplett
Dec 18, 2013 | 302 views |  0 comments | 16 16 recommendations | email to a friend | print
We were so blessed to have CD & Naomi East and their daughter Cynthia worship with us Sunday! Another blessing was having Genell Cobb back with us! Please remember these in prayer as they deal with health issues.

There will be a youth Lock-in at the church on December 31. All youth are invited. See Tiffany Cobb if you have questions. See you there!

Pastor Donald ‘s message came from Micah 5:2 “Bethlehem, The Bread of LIfe”. Bethlehem means “The House of Bread”. The town was of no social or political significance at the time of Jesus’ birth. It was just a small town in the Judean hills about five miles southwest of Jerusalem. The name “House of Bread” points to Jesus Christ. He said in John 6:35, “I am the Bread of LIfe; he that cometh to me shall hever hunger...” Physical bread satifies and strengthens our bodies. However, Jesus is the spritiual food we need in order to keep our physical lives healthy and strong. What I eat of the physical bread satisfies no one but myself. The same is true of spiritual bread. Each person must “eat” from the Bread of Life individually. You ask how can I “eat” of this bread? You must first believe that Jesus is the Son of God, crucified to make payment for your sins and resurrected so that we may have eternal life too! This Christmas season is a perfect time to come to the Lord! Let ! our response be as the shepherds, “Let us now go even unto Bethlehem, and see this thing which is come to pass, which the Lord hath made known to us.:

After the message our Worship Choir presented “Bethlehem Morning”. The did a wonderful job and thieir message in song only added to the service. All then enjoyed a delicious Christmas dinner!
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