Friday, June 29, 2012
“The God Who is There”
In Ezekiel 48:35, God speaks through His prophet about His inhabiting presence. Specifically, He makes it known that a time is coming in which the He will personally dwell among or in His people. This, of course, was fulfilled with the coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost. From that point forward, God’s dwelling moved from being merely ON His people to being IN His people.
This Sunday we’ll consider the final redemptive name of God mentioned in Ezekiel 48 – Jehovah Shammah which means “The Lord is There.”
In Sunday’s message, I’ll ask three simple questions regarding this prophetic name of God as it relates to you and me. First, is God living IN you? Second, is God making Himself known TO you? Third, is God making Himself known THROUGH you?
I hope you can be here this Sunday to learn more about Jehovah Shammah and how His presence in your life can radically transform your life.
Greeters: Kent & Michelle Hulett
Welcome Center: Dianna Heckman Family
Babies (age 0 through walking): Cheri Huster and Amy Busker
Walkers & Talkers (Walking through 36 months): Louise Golob and Shawna Rye
Movers & Shakers (Toddlers – ages 3-4): Alex Smith (Hannah Busker and Maddi Duren)
Cruisers (PreK-K – ages 5-6): Angie Eaves (Sonja Eaves and Hannah Selsor)
Pathfinders (Grades 1-3): Dianna Heckman, Wyatt Heckman, and Isabella Heckman
EXB-a.m.: Class will resume September 2.