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We had 91 in Sunday school. Zach Tyner read the Bible verse for today. The Beginners Sunday school class sang two songs for the Sunday school. Amy Tyner is their teacher. Amy is musical and is doing a good job teaching our children and youth to sing. They love it. We are pleased and glad for them. Thanks children for the good singing.

Our choir sang “God is Love” for the call to worship. A very appropriate selection since our Sunday school lesson was on love. Thank you, choir. Our morning service opened with a baptismal service. Pastor Rogerson baptized Miller Anne Jones and Alexys Dare Lowe. They are two young girls who recently accepted Jesus as Savior and wanted to be baptized and become members of the church. Miller’s parents are Andy and Stacie Jones. Her brother is A.J. Jones. Several of her extended family were present for the service.  Alexys is the daughter of Robert and Teresa Lowe. Her brothers are Damon and Brandon Lowe. Several of her extended family were present. After the baptismal service the Pastor presented them with a certificate of baptism and asked if anyone else desired to accept Christ, join the church or rededicate their life. Teresa, Alexys’ mother, was a member of the church, but had been inactive for years. She came and rededicated her life to the Lord. Her husband, Robert desired to become a member of the church also. Betty Hopkins, grandmother of Alexys, is a member of Mt. Zion also, but had been inactive and came to rededicate her life. Thank God for these special decisions. The Bible says “A child shall lead them”. I think we saw evidence of that today. Praise God for His love and mercy.

Hymns of worship were “Grace Greater Than Our Sin” and “Breathe On Me”. Kenneth Parker prayed the morning prayer. Prayer concerns are all those in rest and nursing homes, sick at home, sorrowful, hurting, lonely and lost. We pray for spiritual growth for these new converts and those who rededicated their lives to the Lord.

Usher, Tim Bass prayed the offertory prayer and we all sang the doxology in praise to God.

Algie Jones, Jr. welcomed everyone to the service today. We were happy to have several visitors. Please come back. The choir special was “He Abides”. Pastor Rogerson read First John 3:1-3 and titled his message “Our Hope In Christ”.

The basis of our hope is the FACT that we are children of God and He has promised that He is coming back for His children. What a blessed hope! The benefits of our hope is that we will be like Jesus and be with Him forever. We shall be like Jesus,  pure. We shall have eternal life.

Read the book of First John soon and see for yourself the great love He has for His children and learn to praise God that you are or can be a son of God. Read John 3:16 and accept Jesus’ love for you.

Opportunities for the week; Monday Woman’s Auxiliary 7 p.m., Tuesday, Fitness fellowship exercise class in Fellowship Center 7:30 p.m.,  Wednesday God’s Kids, a new study on creation for the kids at 7 p.m. Bible study 7:15 p.m. Thursday outreach 7 p.m. AFC and YFA will attend  Mudcats game on Friday, April 23.

Take advantage of the spiritual programs and also the fun times. Have a good and Godly week.

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