Why Christ is worthy


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Charles Warner | The Union Times It is said in The Bible that one day every knee shall bow and every tongue shall confess that Jesus is Lord, bringing to a conclusion a process that 2,000 years ago when, first shepherds and then wise men, knelt before the infant Jesus. Christmas, which is now less three week away, celebrates that time that Christ, having come down from Heaven to be born a human being, was first worshiped and adore by those who, directed and guided by God’s messengers, came to see, for the first time in human history, the divine made flesh. In the Christmas season, we sing of worshiping and adoring Christ, but the truth is that our worship and adoration of Him cannot and must not be confined to a single time of the year. Instead, we must worship and adore Him every day of the year, not just on Christmas Day. To confine our worship and adoration of Him to just one day or one season is to betray a terrible ignorance of the true meaning of Christmas. That is that Jesus Christ and He alone is Lord of all creation, that He and He alone is the divine made flesh, the only perfect and living sacrifice for our sins, and the only path to eternal salvation. That is why He is worthy of worship and adoration, on Christmas Day and every day of the year and throughout all eternity.


Thursday, Dec. 7

Noon: The Community Prayer Meeting will be observed at the USC Union Gazebo.

Please come and join with fellow citizens of Union County, and with others in other places as we pray for our country, our community, our state, and also for our world. Pray for the Church, and for revival in Union County.

Let us give thanks for our country, and pray for the revival and awakening we need to turn us in the right direction. Pray for God’s guidance and protection for our leaders at every level. Please pray for our military, police, firefighters, EMS personnel, and others who risk their lives to serve and protect us. Pray that Christ will be at the center of Christmas for more people this year.

ALL ARE WELCOME. If you can’t get to the gazebo, please take some time for special prayer during the day.

Saturday, Dec. 9

9:30 a.m.: Pacolet River Baptist Association Missionaries will meet at Corinth Baptist Church for quarterly meeting.

Bring a $5 gift and bring 10 bags to give to the nursing home.

Joyce Walker, President.

Saturday, Dec. 9

3 p.m.: The Youth Ministry of New Emanuel Chapel would like to invite you to our annual “Get Crunk for Christ” praise celebration .

We are asking that all youth choirs, praise dancers, and all other ministries to be in celebration with us and get “CRUNK.”

It will be held at New Emanuel Chapel Baptist Church.

The event is come as you are.

Dr. James L. Mason, Pastor.

Rev. James Mason, Moderator.

Saturday, Dec. 16

1:30 p.m.: Jeter Chapel Gathering Outreach will be at Jeter Chapel AME Church.

Rev. Anthony Washington, Pastor.

Please come out, we will have a lot of nice goodies to give out.

Saturday, Dec. 16 & Sunday, Dec. 17

6 p.m.: Philippi Baptist Church presents Shepherds and Kings, a dramatic musical for Christmas.

Featuring Adult & J Crew Choirs with Drama Team.

Sunday, Dec. 17

2 p.m.: New Emanuel Chapel Baptist Church will be celebrating Family & Friends Day.

Our speaker for this occasion will be Pastor Forest Woodard, Sr. of Wilson Chapel AME, Sharon, SC.

Dr. James L. Mason, Pastor.

Sunday, Dec. 31

10:30 a.m.: Joint “Watch-Night” Services will be held at New Hope AMEZ Church.

Rev. Crommer, Pastor of Macedonia Christian Church, Cross Keys, will deliver the message.

The public is invited.

We hope each of you will help support these services.

Rev. Malachi Rodgers, Sr., Pastor.

Saturday, Jan. 13

5 p.m.: There will be a Relay for Life Songfest at St. Luke Baptist Church.

Rev. George Shell, Pastor.

Charles Warner | The Union Times It is said in The Bible that one day every knee shall bow and every tongue shall confess that Jesus is Lord, bringing to a conclusion a process that 2,000 years ago when, first shepherds and then wise men, knelt before the infant Jesus. Christmas, which is now less three week away, celebrates that time that Christ, having come down from Heaven to be born a human being, was first worshiped and adore by those who, directed and guided by God’s messengers, came to see, for the first time in human history, the divine made flesh. In the Christmas season, we sing of worshiping and adoring Christ, but the truth is that our worship and adoration of Him cannot and must not be confined to a single time of the year. Instead, we must worship and adore Him every day of the year, not just on Christmas Day. To confine our worship and adoration of Him to just one day or one season is to betray a terrible ignorance of the true meaning of Christmas. That is that Jesus Christ and He alone is Lord of all creation, that He and He alone is the divine made flesh, the only perfect and living sacrifice for our sins, and the only path to eternal salvation. That is why He is worthy of worship and adoration, on Christmas Day and every day of the year and throughout all eternity.
http://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/web1_IMG_2483.jpgCharles Warner | The Union Times It is said in The Bible that one day every knee shall bow and every tongue shall confess that Jesus is Lord, bringing to a conclusion a process that 2,000 years ago when, first shepherds and then wise men, knelt before the infant Jesus. Christmas, which is now less three week away, celebrates that time that Christ, having come down from Heaven to be born a human being, was first worshiped and adore by those who, directed and guided by God’s messengers, came to see, for the first time in human history, the divine made flesh. In the Christmas season, we sing of worshiping and adoring Christ, but the truth is that our worship and adoration of Him cannot and must not be confined to a single time of the year. Instead, we must worship and adore Him every day of the year, not just on Christmas Day. To confine our worship and adoration of Him to just one day or one season is to betray a terrible ignorance of the true meaning of Christmas. That is that Jesus Christ and He alone is Lord of all creation, that He and He alone is the divine made flesh, the only perfect and living sacrifice for our sins, and the only path to eternal salvation. That is why He is worthy of worship and adoration, on Christmas Day and every day of the year and throughout all eternity.
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