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A Sunday Sermon

Sunday, October 30, 2016 6:15
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Good morning everyone. I certainly hope that everyone here is having a good weekend. All across this land many of our fellow citizens observe this day as a day of rest and worship. It is a day that was set aside for us, as Jesus Christ explained; “The Sabbath was made for man. Man was not made for the Sabbath”. Today is a day that is essential to our health and well being. We spend our work week on the go serving others. Man of us spend Saturday on the go getting work done to maintain our households. Today we have the opportunity for rest and worship, giving thanksgiving to God for his provision in all the things we do. We get to connect with our fellow believers as a family and receive what it is that God will bless us with today through his Word.

So the invitation here always stands. You might be looking for something today and don’t know where to find it. You can always find something special here.

At the link below you will find the streaming webcast from North Jacksonville Baptist Church, if we are able to be up and running today. The webcast will stream content all day, along with the live webcast of our Sunday Morning Worship Service that starts at 10:45am East Coast time. Please feel welcome to join us.

The streaming television webcast from North Jacksonville Baptist Church is found HERE


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