Christ is humanity’s only chance


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Charles Warner | The Union Times He is the first, last, and only chance anyone has for eternal life. He is the Lord Jesus Christ and He can turn around the lives of those who accept Him as their Lord and Savior. Human beings can do a lot of things to improve themselves and make their lives better. In the end, however, we cannot save ourselves, only Christ can. We can exhaust every idea, remedy, and option in our individual and collective bags of tricks, but we cannot truly turn our lives around without Christ. Since He walked the earth more than 2,000 years ago, Christ has been changing lives and saving souls and continues to do so. He has rescued countless men and women from the addiction to sin and saved them from both the earthly and eternal consequences of that addiction. That addiction takes many forms and while human beings have ways of fighting its various forms, the only true cure for the addiction to sin is Jesus Christ. Only He can forgive sins and only His shed blood can wash them away, and only He can truly lead humans away from the addiction to sin and into life eternal with Him in Heaven. On their own, human beings have no chances where sin is concerned, none that is but Jesus Christ who remains, now and forever, humanity’s only chance at deliverance from sin.


Sunday, Oct. 22

11:30 a.m.: Covenant Baptist Church will be serving lunch. We will not be serving lunch in November or December. Will start back in January.

Sunday, Oct. 22

2 p.m.: Pastor Aide Ministry of Cedar Grove Missionary Baptist Church of Jonesville will be celebrating their Annual Program.

Rev. Allen Coggins, Pastor of Refuge of Worship Ministries of Clinton will be the guest speaker.

Rev. Edward Pressley, Pastor.

The public is invited to attend.

Sunday, Oct. 22

2 p.m.: You are cordially invited to New Horizon United Christian’s 24th Year Church Anniversary along with Pastor Orlando Allen’s 20th Anniversary.

Guest speaker will be Minister Lavoy Nance of Old Pilgrim Baptist Church, Simpsonville.

Sunday, Oct. 22

4-6 p.m.: Brown’s Creek Baptist Church, 118 Browns Creek Church Road, will hold its Fall Festival.

There will be free hot dogs, games, hayrides, a cakewalk, a bouncy house, and fun for all ages.

Sunday, Oct. 22

5-7 p.m.: Morningside Baptist Church holds its Awana Fall Festival.

There will be an Object Lesson, games, hot dogs, popcorn, and a cupcake walk.

Sunday, Oct. 22-Wednesday, Oct. 25

11 a.m., 6 p.m., & 7 p.m.: Fairview Baptist Church, 763 Neal Shoals Road, Union, will have Revival Services.

Sunday Morning Service begins at 11 a.m.

Sunday Night Service begins at 6 p.m.

Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday services begin at 7 p.m.

Rev. Eric Anderson will bring the message each service.

Everyone is welcome to worship.

Rev. Ross Wilson is Pastor of Fairview Baptist Church.

Saturday, Oct. 28

4-7 p.m.: Mon-Aetna Baptist Church, 1431 Lockhart Highway, holds its Fall Festival.

Join us for free hot dog plates, rides, games, and Trunk or Treat!!

Sunday, Oct. 29

Noon: Bethany AME Church will be having a dinner sale.

All funds will go towards the Bethany AME Community Development Center.

The menu consists of baked or fried chicken, rice and gravy, macaroni and cheese, green beans, potato salad, rolls, tea, and dessert.

Rev. Ronald McFadden is the Pastor.

Saturday, Nov. 4

6 p.m.: The Foster Chapel Baptist Church in Jonesville All-Male Chorus will celebrate their 24th Anniversary.

Sunday, Nov. 12

2 p.m.: We, the McBeth Baptist Church Missionary Ministry, cordially invites you to come worship and fellowship with us on our Family/Friends Day Program.

Our theme for the occasion is “Yes, It’s In Your Hands.”

Our guest preacher will be Rev. Anthony Wallace, Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist Church, Gaffney.

Sunday, Nov. 12

2:30 p.m.: Monarch Baptist Church will hold their Annual Family & Friends Day with Blue/Silver Theme.

Rev. Malachi Rodgers will deliver the message.

Rev. Sumter Franklin is Pastor.

Sunday, Nov. 26

2 p.m.: We, the McBeth Baptist Church Family, cordially invite your presence and prayers for Brother James Glenn as he will be ordained as deacon.

The Rev. George Shell of St. Luke Baptist Church, Union, will deliver the message.

Sunday, Nov. 26

2 p.m.: The Bethesda Mass Choir will celebrate its 23rd anniversary.

The anniversary will be held at the Bethesda Baptist Church, Tinker Creek Road in Santuck.

The public is invited to attend.

Rev. Roderick Oglesby, Sr. is Pastor.

Charles Warner | The Union Times He is the first, last, and only chance anyone has for eternal life. He is the Lord Jesus Christ and He can turn around the lives of those who accept Him as their Lord and Savior. Human beings can do a lot of things to improve themselves and make their lives better. In the end, however, we cannot save ourselves, only Christ can. We can exhaust every idea, remedy, and option in our individual and collective bags of tricks, but we cannot truly turn our lives around without Christ. Since He walked the earth more than 2,000 years ago, Christ has been changing lives and saving souls and continues to do so. He has rescued countless men and women from the addiction to sin and saved them from both the earthly and eternal consequences of that addiction. That addiction takes many forms and while human beings have ways of fighting its various forms, the only true cure for the addiction to sin is Jesus Christ. Only He can forgive sins and only His shed blood can wash them away, and only He can truly lead humans away from the addiction to sin and into life eternal with Him in Heaven. On their own, human beings have no chances where sin is concerned, none that is but Jesus Christ who remains, now and forever, humanity’s only chance at deliverance from sin.
http://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/web1_IMG_1882.jpgCharles Warner | The Union Times He is the first, last, and only chance anyone has for eternal life. He is the Lord Jesus Christ and He can turn around the lives of those who accept Him as their Lord and Savior. Human beings can do a lot of things to improve themselves and make their lives better. In the end, however, we cannot save ourselves, only Christ can. We can exhaust every idea, remedy, and option in our individual and collective bags of tricks, but we cannot truly turn our lives around without Christ. Since He walked the earth more than 2,000 years ago, Christ has been changing lives and saving souls and continues to do so. He has rescued countless men and women from the addiction to sin and saved them from both the earthly and eternal consequences of that addiction. That addiction takes many forms and while human beings have ways of fighting its various forms, the only true cure for the addiction to sin is Jesus Christ. Only He can forgive sins and only His shed blood can wash them away, and only He can truly lead humans away from the addiction to sin and into life eternal with Him in Heaven. On their own, human beings have no chances where sin is concerned, none that is but Jesus Christ who remains, now and forever, humanity’s only chance at deliverance from sin.
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