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Mt. Zion FWB Church News
Our choir sang “Angels, Move Over” for the call to worship. Pastor Rogerson prayed the invocation and welcomed everyone. He is glad to be back in the pulpit, but still has some pain when he breathes deeply.

To help out, Algie Jones Jr. led the singing. Hymns of worship were “How Great Thou Art” and “Love Divine, All Loves Excelling.”

Prayer concerns are Etta Jones, the Swanson family, Nancy Matthews, and all other sick and shut-ins. Our choir sang “I Am on the Battlefield For My Lord.” Greetings were shared and we welcome all our visitors.

Our pastor read Luke 98:28-36 and titled his message “A Clear Vision of Jesus.” The scene of the text was the transfiguration. Peter, James and John went with Jesus into the mountains to pray and witnessed a great scene.

Jesus uses this event to teach us something very special. It was a time and place of solitude. We need such a time in our lives today, so we can see a clear vision of who Jesus is. Peter, James and John were moved by the power of God in the stillness of the mountain. It was a time to listen to God. He speaks to us in a still small voice. Let us be still and hear him. After a time of solitude and stillness, we can surrender to his voice and will. Let us “be still and know that he is God.”

Opportunities for the week include Woman’s Auxiliary on Monday at 7:30 p.m.; Bible study on Wednesday at 7:15 p.m.; and Outreach on Thursday at 7 p.m.

Larry Matthews is now pastor of Free Union FWB Church and enjoying his ministry there. Pray for him and the church.

Quote from the bulletin: “Looking ahead in 2008...The task ahead of us is never as great as the Power behind us.”

Encourage someone today. May God bless and encourage you.

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