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What’s up with yeast?

Throughout the Bible God’s children are directed to make unleavened bread, in fact yeast is often associated with sin, which if allowed to go unchecked can ruin a congregation or community. There are other instances where the use of yeast is encouraged and Jesus compares yeast to the Kingdom of heaven in one parable. To fully understand yeast as it relates to us as Christians, read the following scriptures and any others you may find to get the whole story. Lev 7:13, Mt 13:33; 16:6, Mk 8:15 & 1Cor 5: 7-9

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Worship Place & Time

Place

This historic church is at 1333 Rodney Road, Jordan, Arkansas. From Highway 177, turn north on Rodney Road (Baxter Co. 66) and drive .25 miles to the stone church on the right.

Time

SUNDAY
Praise & Singing 9:45 A.M.
Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
Worship Service 11:00 A.M.
WEDNESDAY
Bible Study 6:30 P.M. (on hold)
POT LUCK SUPPER(canceled)
First Sunday of the month 12:00 P.M

 

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HOW TO PLOW

There are only 2 rules in plowing: 1. put your hands on the plow, and 2. walk forward without looking back. In scripture, plowing is our spiritual walk. Jesus said, "He who puts his hands to the plow and looks back, isn't worthy of Me." What is wrong with looking back? Just ask Lot's wife! Dwelling on the past, regret, and constantly recalling the time someone hurt you can be troubling to the soul.

Look up Phil.3:13-14 (seriously look it up now!) Paul said, "Forget what is behind, press on." Paul had a lot to feel angry over in his past, but he choose to look to Jesus and the future He has promised to all of us. A farmer was asked how he got such straight rows; he replied, "I just pick out an object at the end of the row and walk toward it..... Jesus wants us to just walk toward Him.