Marlboro Bulletin 2-9-19

MARLBORO SEVENTH DAY BAPTIST CHURCH
February 9, 2019

MEDITATION
“Our vision is so limited we can hardly imagine a love that does not
show itself in protection from suffering…. The love of God did not
protect His own Son…. He will not necessarily protect us – not from
anything it takes to make us like His Son. A lot of hammering and
chiseling and purifying by fire will have to go into the process.”
Elisabeth Elliot

Praising God Together

Welcome

Prayer of Invocation

Greeting Each Other

Children’s Message

Sharing and Caring

The Church at Prayer

Hymn of Joy – #337 Pass Me Not

Scripture Reading – Hebrews 4:13-16

Message – Jesus the Man

Closing Hymn – 369 O Jesus, I Have Promised

Closing Blessing
ANNOUNCEMENTS

We are collecting snacks for the kids who attend the Good News Club
after-school program at Broad Street School in Bridgeton.

We need the following by MARCH 1:
*200 Juice Boxes (you can donate a case or two, # per case varies)
*“Healthier” Snacks (GoGo Squeezes, granola bars, goldfish crackers,
fruit leather, popcorn, etc.)

Evangelism Committee Meeting – Sunday, February 10 at 7pm.

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PRAYER CORNER

Jeanne’s brother Robert. He is in the hospital with serious heart
problems and it looks like he won’t be able to return to work for
a few months at least.

Pray about CARE packages and cards being sent out.

Kathleen Hamilton and her continued recovery.

Diana Budd asked for prayer for Darlene a co-worker who had a fire.

Randy asked for prayer for Tyler, an employee, whose grandmother is
having surgery for a blood clot on her brain.

Sharon asked us to pray for her niece whose leukemia returned and has
been hospitalized.

Kate asked for prayers for her mother in law who may be facing compli-
cations from a surgery she had in the past.

Anna Vosburgh needs prayer as she stops taking a long term medication.

Michelle’s cousin, baby Isabella has been diagnosed with Down Syndrome
and needs heart surgery. Please continue to pray for her.

Bethany asked for prayers of comfort for her administrator who’s son
passed away on Christmas Eve.

Steve’s sister/niece, Mary, continues to need prayers of comfort as
she begins daily injections of growth hormones. Pray that she doesn’t
need anything else.

Jeanne asked for prayer for a young woman having a baby in February, who
is the sole supporter of her family and under a lot of stress.

Holly asked for prayers for her mother-in-law, who is recovering from a
heart attack and related heart surgery.

Keith requested prayer for a friend, Carol, a single mom of 2, who has
terminal cancer.

CONTINUE TO PRAY FOR:

Our Pastor and his family – Nelta has been hospitalized again with heart
problems and diabetes-related health issues.

Our Church as we plan for the coming year

VBS preparations

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