Announcements

Announcement Sunday November 19, 2017

CHURCH NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Mark your calendar!  The Pastor's Aide Committee is planning for the Pastor's 49th anniversary to be held on December 10, 2017.  This is a very important celebration so plan on attending.   All members and anyone desiring to participate in the planning please contact Rev. McHellon.

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The Women of the Moose are planning an event on February 24, 2018.  This event will be for the men and women who served this country.  We the Silver Spring Moose Lodge Chapter 459 are doing this fund raiser to show our appreciation.  We are asking for donations to help this day to be a great success.  We are also looking for sponsors and volunteers.  

 

The benefit from this fundraiser will go directly to Outdoor Valor, a local Veterans non-profit organization with no paid employees.  They provide offshore fishing trips to Disabled Veterans, Purple Heart Veterans, Gold Star family members as well as Active Duty members and Honorably Discharged Veterans.  For more information, please contact Deaconess Donna Cruz or Deacon Tony Cruz.

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Students, it's time to turn in your report cards to Ms. Osborne or Deaconess Gary by the 3rd Sunday in November.  Turn in  your awards, honor, activities and special recognition in the school, church and community.  You will be recognized on the 4thSunday. 

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Voting Rights Restoration Efforts in Florida

A summary of current felony disenfranchisement policies and legislative advocacy in Florida.  Florida has one of the most punitive disenfranchisement policies in the country, permanently barring all citizens with felony convictions from voting unless they individually apply to the state Office of Executive Clemency for rights restoration. This policy bars more than 1.6 million Floridians – including more than one in five African-Americans in the state – from the polls. Florida has the highest disenfranchisement rate in the country.

 

Voting Rights Restoration Amendment

 Florida citizens are gathering signatures for a ballot initiative that would amend Florida’s constitution and restore voting rights to most people who have completed their sentences. In October 2016, the initiative’s sponsors gathered enough signatures to trigger review by the Florida Supreme Court — a process required of all constitutional amendments. The process evaluates only whether an initiative meets Florida’s rules for how amendments can be written; it does not address an amendment’s substance. After a March 6 hearing, at which the State Attorney General did not oppose the proposal, the Court approved the text of the ballot initiative. This decision clears the way for the ballot initiative to appear on the ballot once the initiative’s supporters collect enough signatures.

 

The petition, and further information about the campaign, can be found at the website for Floridians for a Fair Democracy.  Check with Trustee Fordham for more information.

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Special prayer request for Sister Margaret Scott family as they mourn the lost of a relative and illness of her brother.  

Lets remember to PRAY for all our sick, shut-in and bereaved families.

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Thought for today

 

When I get old d I'm gonna move in with my kids, make a lot of noise, trash the house, pay no bills, and when asked to clean, pitch a fit like it's killing me!!!!!

 

BE BLESSED




In Bereavement

 

Harold McNeil the nephew of Rev. Martin Smith home-going service Saturday November 11, 2017, 2:00 a.m. at Mt. Moriah. 

 

Keep the family in your prayers.




Pastor Sermon see in red

Pastor sermon for Sunday, November 12, 2017 

 

 "Why Do Christians Suffer" 

 

1st Peter 1:6-9

   1.  Word About Reality

   2.  Word About Realignment

   3.  Word About Reliability




Announcement Sunday November 5, 2017

CHURCH NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Our Missionary Department is asking the membership to support World Day of Prayer 2017.  Monday, November 6, 2017 at 7:00 pm, New Covenant Missionary Baptist Church.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Mark your calendar!  The Pastor's Aide Committee is planning for the Pastor's 49th anniversary to be held on December 10, 2017.  This is a very important celebration so plan on attending.   All members and anyone desiring to participate in the planning please contact Rev. McHellon.

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The Women of the Moose are planning an event on February 24, 2018.  This event will be for the men and women who served this country.  We the Silver Spring Moose Lodge Chapter 459 are doing this fund raiser to show our appreciation.  We are asking for donations to help this day to be a great success.  We are also looking for sponsors and volunteers.  

 

The benefit from this fundraiser will go directly to Outdoor Valor, a local Veterans non-profit organization with no paid employees.  They provide offshore fishing trips to Disabled Veterans, Purple Heart Veterans, Gold Star family members as well as Active Duty members and Honorably Discharged Veterans.  For more information, please contact Deaconess Donna Cruz or Deacon Tony Cruz.

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Students, it's time to turn in your report cards to Ms. Osborne or Deaconess Gary by the 3rd Sunday in November.  Turn in  your awards, honor, activities and special recognition in the school, church and community.  You will be recognized on the 4thSunday. 

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Voting Rights Restoration Efforts in Florida

A summary of current felony disenfranchisement policies and legislative advocacy in Florida.  Florida has one of the most punitive disenfranchisement policies in the country, permanently barring all citizens with felony convictions from voting unless they individually apply to the state Office of Executive Clemency for rights restoration. This policy bars more than 1.6 million Floridians – including more than one in five African-Americans in the state – from the polls. Florida has the highest disenfranchisement rate in the country.

 

Voting Rights Restoration Amendment

 Florida citizens are gathering signatures for a ballot initiative that would amend Florida’s constitution and restore voting rights to most people who have completed their sentences. In October 2016, the initiative’s sponsors gathered enough signatures to trigger review by the Florida Supreme Court — a process required of all constitutional amendments. The process evaluates only whether an initiative meets Florida’s rules for how amendments can be written; it does not address an amendment’s substance. After a March 6 hearing, at which the State Attorney General did not oppose the proposal, the Court approved the text of the ballot initiative. This decision clears the way for the ballot initiative to appear on the ballot once the initiative’s supporters collect enough signatures.

 

The petition, and further information about the campaign, can be found at the website for Floridians for a Fair Democracy.  Check with Trustee Fordham for more information.

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Lets remember to PRAY for all our sick, shut-in and bereaved families.

 

Thought for today

 

God so loved the world that He did not send a committee.  But His only begotten son.

 

BE BLESSED




Prayer request

 

Please prayer for Deaconess Dorothy Kemp who is in Ocala Regional Hospital and 

 for Rev. Dr. Mary Payton.

 

Prayer for the sick

 

Father of goodness and love, hear our prayers for the sick members of our church and  for all who are in need. Amid mental and physical suffering may they find consolation in your healing presence. Show your mercy as you close wounds, cure illness, make broken bodies whole and free downcast spirits. May these special people find lasting health and deliverance, and so join us in thanking you for all your gifts. We ask this through the Lord Jesus who healed those who believed. Amen.

 

Thank you.




Pastor Sermon


 

 

Rev. Edwards sermon for Sunday, November 5, 2017

 

 "The Personal Salvation Assurance Test"

 1 John 1:4; 5:13




Sermon for October 29, 2017

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Rev. Martin Smith will deliver the Sermon

Sunday, October 29, 2017 

 

 "A Zeal of Confidence in Jesus" 

 

Roman 10: 1-11




Announcement Sunday October 22, 2017

CHURCH NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Voting Rights Restoration Efforts in Florida

A summary of current felony disenfranchisement policies and legislative advocacy in Florida.  Florida has one of the most punitive disenfranchisement policies in the country, permanently barring all citizens with felony convictions from voting unless they individually apply to the state Office of Executive Clemency for rights restoration. This policy bars more than 1.6 million Floridians – including more than one in five African-Americans in the state – from the polls. Florida has the highest disenfranchisement rate in the country.

 

Voting Rights Restoration Amendment

 Florida citizens are gathering signatures for a ballot initiative that would amend Florida’s constitution and restore voting rights to most people who have completed their sentences. In October 2016, the initiative’s sponsors gathered enough signatures to trigger review by the Florida Supreme Court — a process required of all constitutional amendments. The process evaluates only whether an initiative meets Florida’s rules for how amendments can be written; it does not address an amendment’s substance. After a March 6 hearing, at which the State Attorney General did not oppose the proposal, the Court approved the text of the ballot initiative. This decision clears the way for the ballot initiative to appear on the ballot once the initiative’s supporters collect enough signatures.

 

The petition, and further information about the campaign, can be found at the website for Floridians for a Fair Democracy.  Check withTrustee Fordham for more information.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Mark your calendar!  The Pastor's Aide Committee is planning for the Pastor's 49th anniversary to be held on December 10, 2017.  This is a very important celebration so plan on attending.   All members and anyone desiring to participate in the planning please contact Rev. McHellon.

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The Women of the Moose are planning an event on February 24, 2018.  This event will be for the men and women who served this country.  We the Silver Spring Moose Lodge Chapter 459 are doing this fund raiser to show our appreciation.  We are asking for donations to help this day to be a great success.  We are also looking for sponsors and volunteers.  

 

The benefit from this fundraiser will go directly to Outdoor Valor, a local Veterans non-profit organization with no paid employees.  They provide offshore fishing trips to Disabled Veterans, Purple Heart Veterans, Gold Star family members as well as Active Duty members and Honorably Discharged Veterans.  For more information, please contact Deaconess Donna Cruz or Deacon Tony Cruz.

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Shop Talk will present "Wellness" for CANCER PREVENTION AND SURVIVAL onMonday October 30, 2017 at the College of Central Florida, Ewer Center.  Registration will be held from 11:00-11:30 a.m. - Program and lunch 11:30 - 1:00 p.m.  Reserve your seat for this FREE EVENT by Monday October 23, 2017 by calling 352-854-2322, ext. 1236 or visit www.cf.edu/ShopTalk.

 

Dr. Judith I. Lightsey a black Radiation Oncologist will be the speaker on:  Advancement in breast cancer treatment and increasing awareness in African-American women.

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Mt. Moriah Church family is invited to render service at the Greater New Bethel Baptist Church October 29, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. for there Senior Christian celebration service.  Pastor Edwards is asking for the entire congregation to attend.

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Pray for Deaconess Annie Preston as she mourns the lost of her son.  Service will be held at Mt. Moriah on Saturday October 28, 2017 at 11:00 a.m.

 

Lets remember to PRAY for all our sick, shut-in and bereaved families.

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Thought for today

 

When I was a child all my mom had to do to shut me up was give me the look.  What happen to the look in this generation?

 

BE BLESSED




In Bereavement

 

Clyde Preston the son of Deaconess Annie Preston home-going service Saturday October 28, 2017, 11:00 a.m. at Mt. Moriah. 

 

 

Keep the family in your prayers.

 

 




Pastor Sermon for October 22, 2017


 

Rev. Oree McHellon will deliver the Sermon

Sunday, October 15, 2017 

 

 "WORSHIP" 

 

John 4:19-26




In Bereavement


 

 

 

Please prayer for Deaconess Annie Preston as she mourns the lost of her son Claude Preston who went home to be with the Lord on Wednesday.

 

 Home going services are pending,




Praise report

 

From: Donald Peyton

 

I am blessed that the emergency on Sunday was not as bad as I expected. God has watched over Rev. Dr. Mary Peyton once again and she is doing alright. I am happy that the facility shows enough concern to make sure she was alright.

 

Please keep all sick, shut-in and bereaved families in your prayers.




Announcement Sunday October 15, 2017

CHURCH NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

The Youth Department is planning a "Holyween Trunk or Treat" event on Saturday October 21, 2017 from 5 pm until 7:30 pm.  They need the church membership to support them by popping your car trunk and provide goodies (Candy) as they trick or treat around the parking lot.  Please sign up and choose a spot to park your car and pop your trunk.  They will also have games, food and prizes for the youth before they trick or treat.  The success of this event depends on you, so please sign up to help the youth have a Christ filled Holyween event.  Please see Sister LaRosa Osborne to sign up for a spot before Sunday October 15, 2017.  Please provide candy for the children as they come around and trick or treat during the event.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Mark your calendar!  The Pastor's Aide Committee is planning for the Pastor's 49th anniversary to be held on December 10, 2017.  This is a very important celebration so plan on attending.   All members and anyone desiring to participate in the planning please contact Rev. McHellon.

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The Women of the Moose are planning an event on February 24, 2018.  This event will be for the men and women who served this country.  We the Silver Spring Moose Lodge Chapter 459 are doing this fund raiser to show our appreciation.  We are asking for donations to help this day to be a great success.  We are also looking for sponsors and volunteers.  

 

The benefit from this fundraiser will go directly to Outdoor Valor, a local Veterans non-profit organization with no paid employees.  They provide offshore fishing trips to Disabled Veterans, Purple Heart Veterans, Gold Star family members as well as Active Duty members and Honorably Discharged Veterans.  For more information, please contact Deaconess Donna Cruz or Deacon Tony Cruz.

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Shop Talk will present "Wellness" for CANCER PREVENTION AND SURVIVAL on Monday October 30, 2017 at the College of Central Florida, Ewer Center.  Registration will be held from11:00-11:30 a.m. - Program and lunch 11:30 - 1:00 p.m.  Reserve your seat for this FREE EVENT by Monday October 23, 2017 by calling 352-854-2322, ext. 1236 or visit www.cf.edu/ShopTalk.

 

Dr. Judith I. Lightsey a black Radiation Oncologist will be the speaker on:  Advancement in breast cancer treatment and increasing awareness in African-American women.

 

The Mt. Moriah Health Ministry is asking all members to wear something PINK next Sunday October 22, 2017 in support and recognition of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

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The Missionary Society will host it's "Missionary Annual Tea" with a presentation of  "Spiritual Footwear for Christians" onOctober 22, 2017 at 4:00 pm.  Come out and find out what shoes fit you, and enjoy a delicious meal.

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Mt. Moriah Church family is invited to render service at the Greater New Bethel Baptist Church October 29, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. for there Senior Christian celebration service.  Pastor Edwards is asking for the entire congregation to attend.

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Lets remember to PRAY for all our sick, shut-in and bereaved families.

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Thought for today

 

At the end of the day you should be "Thankful" that your blessings are bigger than your problems.

 

BE BLESSED




Pastor Sermon


 

 

Rev. Edwards sermon for Sunday, October 15, 2017 

 

 "Real Christian Verses Religious" - John 3

 

                        1.  Being religious is never enough.

                 2.  Have you been born again?

                             3.  You must do what Nicodemus did.




Announcement Sunday October 8, 2017

CHURCH NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

The Youth Department is planning a "Holyween Trunk or Treat" event on Saturday October 21, 2017 from 5 pm until 7:30 pm.  They need the church membership to support them by popping your car trunk and provide goodies (Candy) as they trick or treat around the parking lot.  Please sign up and choose a spot to park your car and pop your trunk.  They will also have games, food and prizes for the youth before they trick or treat.  The success of this event depends on you, so please sign up to help the youth have a Christ filled Holyween event.  Please see Sister LaRosa Osborne to sign up for a spot beforeSunday October 15, 2017.  Please provide candy for the children as they come around and trick or treat during the event.

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Mark your calendar!  The Pastor's Aide Committee is planning for the Pastor's 49th anniversary to be held on December 10, 2017.  This is a very important celebration so plan on attending.

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Church conference will be held on this Monday evening October 9, 2017 at 7:00 pm.  All members of the church are invited to attend.

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Pray for Sister Tawana Boone who will be having emergency eye surgery on Monday October 9, 2017 at Shands Hospital.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Home going service for Brother Norman Williams, Sr. will be held on tomorrow at 10:00 amat Clark Funeral Homes.  Keep the family in your prayers as the mourn the loss of their love one.

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The Missionary Society will host it's "Missionary Annual Tea" with a presentation of  "Spiritual Footwear for Christians" on October 22, 2017 at 4:00 pm.  Come out and find out what shoes fit you, and enjoy a delicious meal.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~The Men's Bible Study will be held on the 14th of October at 10:00 a.m. in the annex.  A light breakfast will be served.  You can chat and chew if you like.

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Mt. Moriah Church family is invited to render service at the Greater New Bethel Baptist Church October 29, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. for there Senior Christian celebration service.  Pastor Edwards is asking for the entire congregation to attend.

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Thought for today

 

The devil wants you to worry about your future so you can't enjoy your life right now.  He is a lair!  Enjoy every minute of your life because it is a gift from God!

 

BE BLESSED




Pastor Sermon


 

 

Rev. Edwards sermon for Sunday, October 1, 2017 - "Neither Do I Condemn You" - John 8:1-11

         

                                                                                     The Narrative:   A Woman Caught

                                                                                       A Trap Laid

                                                                                       A Challenge Made 

                                                                                       A Pardon Given

                                                                                       A Debt Paid   




West Family In Bereavement

 

Please prayer for Sister Emma Backey and Deaconess Lily (Joe) Milton family as they mourn the loss of their Cousin Patricia West who transitioned today in Pompano Beach, FL.

 

 

Service is pending.

 

Keep the family in your prayers as they travel.

 

 

 

 

 

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Please prayer for Sister Emma Backey and Deaconess Lily (Joe) Milton family as they travel to the home going service of  their Cousin Patricia West.

Wake Friday @ 6pm, 

 Funeral will be Saturday @7pm in Pompano Bch Fl

 

 

Keep all family that are in bereavement in your prayers as they travel.

 

 

 

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Pastor Sermon for October 8, 2017


 

 

Pastor Sermon - Sunday, October 8, 2017 

 

 "Why Can't We All Get Along" - James 4:1-5

 

Jesus want us to think about 3 Different Battles that goes on all the time.

 

                     Battle #1      The War Within

                     Battle #2      The War Without

                     Battle #3      The War Above




Print all In new window Announcement Sunday October 1, 2017

CHURCH NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

The Youth Department is planning a "Holyween Trunk or Treat" event on Saturday October 21, 2017 from 5 pm until 7:30 pm.  They need the church membership to support them by popping your car trunk and provide goodies (Candy) as they trick or treat around the parking lot.  Please sign up and choose a spot to park your car and pop your trunk.  They will also have games, food and prizes for the youth before they trick or treat.  The success of this event depends on you, so please sign up to help the youth have a Christ filled Holyween event.  Please see Sister LaRosa Osborne to sign up for a spot beforeSunday October 15, 2017.  Please provide candy for the children as they come around and trick or treat during the event.

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Mark your calendar!  The Pastor's Aide Committee is planning for the Pastor's 49th anniversary to be held on December 10, 2017.  This is a very important celebration so plan on attending.

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Church conference will be held on the Monday after the second Sunday in October at 7:00 pm.  Date is October 9, 2017.

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Thought for today

 

You and God have and arrangement....if He wakes you up to see another day, you should promise to try to be a better person than you were on yesterday.

 

BE BLESSED




From: "Regis Boatwright

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The Salvation Army
THANKSGIVING AND
CHRISTMAS APPLICATIONS 2017
CALL (352) 629-2004
 
 
THE SALVATION ARMY will be accepting applications for Thanksgiving food assistance and Christmas toys and food assistance at the following places from 9:00 am to 12:00pm and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm:
 
OCALA:  M-F, Oct 2nd - Oct 6th and M-F, Oct 9th - 13th at 320 N Magnolia Ave
DUNNELLON: Monday, October 16th at Peace Lutheran Church at 7201 S US Hwy 41
FOREST AREA:  Tuesday, October 17th at the Forest Evangelical Lutheran Church at                                             1663 SE 183rd Ave Road (Corner of Levy Hammock Road and SR 40)
BELLEVIEW:  Wed., Oct 18th at St. Theresa’s Social Services at 11528 SE US Hwy 301
FORT MCCOY:   Thurs., Oct 19th at First Baptist of Fort McCoy at 11350 E. Hwy. 316
 
PLEASE NOTE APPLICATION DEADLINE IS
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20th-NO EXCEPTIONS
 
To apply you will need:
1.     Photo ID or driver’s license
2.    Proof of Income:  Food Stamp and AFDC award letters, check stubs, Social Security, SSI award letter, pension, child support, unemployment, workman’s compensation, retirement, alimony, Section 8 Public Housing letter etc.
3.    Proof of Expenses:  You need to be able to produce all current bills that are part of your monthly expenses.
4.    Children 12 and under only:   Birth Certificates, Court documents or school letter showing guardianship on each child.  We cannot accept Social Security cards or health cards on children. Children MUST live with you.  



In Bereavement

 

Please prayer for Deacon Larmond Boatwright and his family as the mourn the loss of his Aunt Vivian Carter and his 1st Cousin Pat Williams.

 

Mrs. Vivian Carter home-going service Monday Sept. 11, 2017 in West Virginia. 

 

Mrs. Patricia Williams Saturday Sept. 16th at Liberty Chapel MBC.

 

Keep the family in your prayers as they travel.




Pastor Sermon

Pastor sermon for Sunday, September 10, 2017 

  "Four Ways God Guarantees Your Salvation" 

Hebrews 6:13-20

 

 

Introduction:  How Can We Know?                                                                   

Guarantees:                                                

 

1.  God Made A Promise   

2.  God Sworn An Oath  

3.  God Gave Us An Anchor   

4.  God Provided A Priest