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Charles Warner | The Union Times He began life literally in hiding for his life from a tyranny sworn to kill him, but went on to become a great leader raised up by God to bring the Children of Israel out of bondage in Egypt into the Promised Land. His name was Moses and his life should serve as an example to all of us what God can do, how God can take those who, in the eyes of the world, are nothing, and turn them into someone who, under His guidance, do a great good and gain eternal greatness. While most of us will probably never be called upon to do what Moses did, we can nevertheless trust that God can and will raise us up to where He wants us to be and change our lives for the better — and forever — in His service. He can do that if we, like Moses, will hear, trust, and obey Him as we go through life, living a life of service to Him and, through that, service to those who need His help and, again under His guidance, bring them that help. God raises up Moses to serve Him and He can do the same with each and every one of us. The question is, will you, like Moses, answer God’s call and give yourself over to His service and let Him deliver you from the bondage of sin and allow Him to use you to help deliver others from that bondage as well so that both you and they can enter into the Promised Land of God’s eternal heavenly kingdom.


Saturday, March 25

1:30 p.m.: Jeter Chapel AME Church, Whitmire-Carlisle Highway, invites all senior citizens to come out and celebrate with the members.

Rev. Anthony Washington, Pastor.

6 p.m.: Sardis United Methodist Church, 964 Sardis Road, Union, will have a dinner and live country music.’

There will be chicken strips, a salad bar, rolls, a potato bar, green beans, tea, dessert.

Meals will cost $10 for adults and $6 for children under 12 with a paying adult.

All proceeds go to Salkehatchie Summer Services, God’s Kids, and SWAG.

Sunday, March 26

3 p.m.: Bethel Baptist Church Youth Group is hosting the first MSJ Youth Choir Competition at the Pacolet River Baptist Association Building, 168 Lovers Lane Road, Union.

For more information about the Youth Choir Competition contact Maretta Jeter or Bethel Baptist Youth directors.

3 p.m.: Unity in the Community at ChamberTown Community LightHouse Church, 413 South Mountain St.

Guests Artists Shawny WRIGHT, Young Disciple, Arising Band, Bishop Gerald McCleave and more…..

Thursday, March 30

4-7 p.m.: Augsburg Lutheran Church (next to Brian’s Auto Body Shop) will hold a Spaghetti Dinner and Bake Sale.

Spaghetti, meat sauce, salad, garlic bread, dessert and drink will be served.

$8 per plate. Eat in or take out. Will deliver five dinners or more.

“Come eat your fill at the little church on the hill.”

Sunday, April 9

11 a.m.: Monarch Baptist Church will hold its Women’s Day Program.

Speaker of the Hour will be Minister Juanita Giles of Antioch A.M.E. Church.

Pastor, Rev. Sumter M. Franklin.

2 p.m.: The Cedar Grove Missionary Baptist Church of Jonesville will be celebrating our Pastor E. Pressley and Lady Debra Pressley’s 10th Pastoral Anniversary.

The guest speaker for this very special event will be the Rev. Dr. Jefferson McDowell of Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church of Laurens, along with with his congregation.

The public is invited to attend/

Rev. Edward Pressley, Pastor.

Charles Warner | The Union Times He began life literally in hiding for his life from a tyranny sworn to kill him, but went on to become a great leader raised up by God to bring the Children of Israel out of bondage in Egypt into the Promised Land. His name was Moses and his life should serve as an example to all of us what God can do, how God can take those who, in the eyes of the world, are nothing, and turn them into someone who, under His guidance, do a great good and gain eternal greatness. While most of us will probably never be called upon to do what Moses did, we can nevertheless trust that God can and will raise us up to where He wants us to be and change our lives for the better — and forever — in His service. He can do that if we, like Moses, will hear, trust, and obey Him as we go through life, living a life of service to Him and, through that, service to those who need His help and, again under His guidance, bring them that help. God raises up Moses to serve Him and He can do the same with each and every one of us. The question is, will you, like Moses, answer God’s call and give yourself over to His service and let Him deliver you from the bondage of sin and allow Him to use you to help deliver others from that bondage as well so that both you and they can enter into the Promised Land of God’s eternal heavenly kingdom.
http://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_IMG_0309.jpgCharles Warner | The Union Times He began life literally in hiding for his life from a tyranny sworn to kill him, but went on to become a great leader raised up by God to bring the Children of Israel out of bondage in Egypt into the Promised Land. His name was Moses and his life should serve as an example to all of us what God can do, how God can take those who, in the eyes of the world, are nothing, and turn them into someone who, under His guidance, do a great good and gain eternal greatness. While most of us will probably never be called upon to do what Moses did, we can nevertheless trust that God can and will raise us up to where He wants us to be and change our lives for the better — and forever — in His service. He can do that if we, like Moses, will hear, trust, and obey Him as we go through life, living a life of service to Him and, through that, service to those who need His help and, again under His guidance, bring them that help. God raises up Moses to serve Him and He can do the same with each and every one of us. The question is, will you, like Moses, answer God’s call and give yourself over to His service and let Him deliver you from the bondage of sin and allow Him to use you to help deliver others from that bondage as well so that both you and they can enter into the Promised Land of God’s eternal heavenly kingdom.
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