02-03-2021 – Live Stream Matthew 8:18-22; Luke 8:22-39 (M. Dale)

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What did the Pharisees believe about Jesus after he filled the man who was both dumb and Devin demon possessed, he was doing it because of the level of power of the Prince of demons, Prince of the devil. And sadly that’s, that’s, that’s a bad state to be in when you’re claiming that Jesus has power is of the devil. Alrighty. Thank you all<inaudible><inaudible><inaudible><inaudible> Welcome to the Collierville church Christ Sunday morning worship service.

It’s good to see each and every one of you here this morning, if you’re visiting with us, we are glad that you chose the Collierville church Christ to visit with us. At most importantly, though, worship our God to those of you that are at home and unable to get out. I am praying that we got the live stream fixed. We had a problem with it for Bible study,

but we do believe we have that fixed. So hopefully we did so that you can watch and participate in today’s worship service. If you did not get your Lord’s supper on your way in, please take this opportunity as I go through the announcements and go to the back on the tables back there and pick up your Lord’s supper so that you have it with you at that time.

A lot of announcers, Mrs. Warren. So please Remember our sick ed Richardson and Paula Barbara Dillard, Joan Springer. She’s at home now recovering from heart. Don Flanagan is in the Memphis Jewish home. He’s doing rehab for the hip replacement that he had. Janie Marlin is in Baptist East. They’re trying to get her heart rate under control. They’re having problems,

getting it below 120. And I have not heard an update on her this morning, but please pray for Janie. Dorothy Wilson is waiting for some kidney test results and then her husband Rodel will have an ultrasound and stress test on Tuesday of this week, sympathy to the Cozort family. If you have not heard, surely Cozort Aaron’s grandmother did pass away this morning at five 30.

So please keep the Cozort family and your thoughts and prayers at their loss of Shirley. At this time also sympathy to Michael and Shelly stacks. Shelly’s mother Elaina sharp passed away two days ago. And the services for her will be this afternoon at serenity funeral home here in Memphis viewing as at one in the service immediately follow that viewing. Also Vincent to Daryl that’s Jenny Sanderson’s father passed away two days ago.

So please keep the Darrow family and Terry and Jenny. And your thoughts and prayers is Terry in January, down there in Louisiana for that other announcements freed Harmon’s 85th annual lectureship begins today and runs through the 11th of February. We have the basket of names out on the table, in the foyer for the shut-ins. Please take a name there. And when you have time call someone,

that’s unable to make it out here because I’ll guarantee you, they appreciate your calls and your chatting with them a little bit. See if there’s anything they need. Gary Collie on the nationwide gospel call. We’ll be speaking tomorrow night at 9:00 PM. So make sure you tune into that. And then for the men, the men’s business meeting is next Monday, not tomorrow,

but a week from tomorrow on the 15th of February, that’s all the announcements I have our service today. Song leader will be no Olsen. Opening. Prayer will be Joel caisson. Lord supper would be Tommy O’Neil sermon would be Michael Dale and closing prayer will be Jay Schaffer. Thank you. Good morning for song is going to be number three. Hallelujah. Praise Jehovah.

Number three. Hallelujah. Praise your Whoville. We’ll sing all three verses. Listen, Lulu. Yeah. Praise John from the heavens. Praise his name. Praise Jehovah. And hi, it’s all this. Ain’t John sprays, bro. Claim all this suit guy. The praise, him, sun and moon and stars on high praise and ma he had<inaudible>.

Hey, any funds above the sky? Let them pray. Hey guys, his game, John<inaudible> for his name.<inaudible> and his<inaudible><inaudible><inaudible> and<inaudible> and<inaudible> let them praise his gift.<inaudible> they were<inaudible> them for forever. He established his dang Creek<inaudible> Oh, from the King of praise<inaudible> Oh, you fuck G drag and on fire and Hey LANs.

No<inaudible> stormy winds ad. Hear him call. Let them pray.<inaudible> for his name.<inaudible> is a guy and there’s<inaudible> there’s<inaudible> and there’s<inaudible><inaudible> Oh, he Frued full trees and Cedars. Oh, ye Hills and mountains. I am creeping things and be Stan<inaudible> Kings of a<inaudible> Prince’s great us. Oh, praise his name. Young man.<inaudible> aged man.

And children’s small. Let them pray.<inaudible> for his name alone is high and there’s<inaudible> and it’s<inaudible> and there’s<inaudible> FARA of the year fans guy. Our next song is going to be number 538, 538. And then after which we’ll have an opening prayer, we’re going to sing the first, second and third versus first, second, and third versus a 530th.

All right, let us sing. I hope is built on nothing last then Jesus’ blood and righteousness. I dare not trust us, me this frame, but wholly lean on Jesus’ name on Christ. The song rock I stand on the ground is sinking sand. All other ground is sinking sand. And when darkness veils his lovely face, rest on his, on changing grace and every high and stormy game.

My anchor holds in the van on Christ. The solid rock I stand on the ground is sinking sand. All other ground is sinking. Sand is<inaudible> his blood support me and a well-meaning flood. When all around my soul gives way. He then is all my hope and on Christ, the solid rock I stand on the ground is sinking sand. All other ground is sinking sand.

Wow, Dear God, our father in heaven, we truly are grateful unto thee for the privilege that we have this day to come together and worship the one and only true God father. We’re so grateful for the family of God that meets here. And for the encouragement we received from one another, we’re thankful for the period of Bible study that we had this morning.

And we’re thankful for the words and the book of Matthew that we’re able to strengthen our, so our lives and increase our faith. We pray father that we always are mindful of your wheel. And they were striving each day to do the best we can to follow the principles that you have set forth for us. We pray father that you would be with our community and our nation as well throughout the world,

that others would realize that you are a God and that your word is dictates how we should conduct ourselves upon this earth that we might have that hope of heaven with a one day father help us to be supportive of those that are in mission fields, teaching and preaching your word, that they will be safe for one thing. And that many souls might be able to hear the gospel.

And we pray that their hearts will be such that they would be obedient to it. Father, we’re mindful of the area, roundabout, a sear, and we pray that you give us the strength and the courage to be willing to share your word with those in this area, that they too might come to know you and won’t obey your will, by the way.

We’re so grateful for the Bible and for what it does for us. As far as letting us know you and letting us know what you expect of man, and let us know how much your son loved us and was willing to die on the cross of Calvary, that we might have the forgiveness of our sins. Father. We pray that we think about that each and every day that we live,

that we are drawn closer to you by our study of your word. And by the encouragement that we receive from one another father, we’re mindful of those that are ill among the congregation. We pray father that you be with them and bless them. And may they receive the care they need to have that health restored by the word mindful of those families that have lost a loved one.

We pray that you be with a Cozort family and the loss of Erin’s grandmother, probably that you be with Sanderson family. And the loss of Jen is dead pray also that you be with Shelly’s family and loss of her mother father help us to be of some comfort to them. And we pray that they would look to you for that comfort as well. Father,

we’re grateful for the visitors that we have today, and we pray that you bless them. And we’re so thankful that they’re able to be with us this day. We pray father that you be with Michael, as he brings the word of life to us this morning, we pray that you bless him in his studies at the school of preaching and also blessed Noah and his studies there as well,

help us to be an encouragement to them and pray that they will always strive to continue to grow in their faith and their ability to teach and preach. The gospel father bless us this hours, as we continue to worship you, we pray it will be in spirit and in truth, and it will be pleasing unto you. And that we will be able to be strengthened by it and try to be better citizens in the kingdom.

Be with Noah as he continues to lead us in the song service and bless them in Jesus name, we pray amen. The song before the Lord’s supper will be number 176, the one 76 name of God. We’re going to sing all three verses of the song. I’m 76. Listen, your<inaudible> sin to my, you have. And, and from your sign to walk up on this scale teas and to being calm,

the lamb of God, Oh,<inaudible> I love the<inaudible>. Oh, me and his precious, my Jesus Christ. The lamb of God, your gift of love. They cruise. If they laughed in school, on him, as he died,<inaudible> King named and sacrifice the lamb of God. Oh, lamb, I’ve gone. Sween them. I’ve gone.

I love the whole me them. I’ve gone. Oh, wash me and his precious blah. My Jesus Christ. The lamb of God. I was so lost. I should add my, you have wrong. God, me to your sign to me.<inaudible> your staff and rod. And to be called a lamb of God. Oh, ma’am, I’ve gone.

Sameen them up. God, I love the whole, me, them a home gone. Oh, wash me and his precious. My Jesus Christ. The lamb of God And the 11th chapter of first Corinthians. We are told that on the first day of each week, we are to eat of this bread, drink of this cup, to remember the death of Christ,

our savior, who were told that this represents his body and his blood. And we are to do this, to remember his death until he returns. Would you bow with me, our heavenly father. We thank you for this bread, which does represents the body of Christ, our savior, who was crucified for our sins. We pray, dear Lord did each one of us that protected this would do so with a humble and truly thankful heart for the sacrifice that Christ made for our sins.

They sinks. We ask in Christ’s name, our heavenly father. We continue our things for this fruit of the vine, which does represents the blood of Christ that she had far sands. We thank you, dear Lord, for the sacrifice that he made for us. We thank you for his blood, which is able to cleanse us of our sins as we partake of it,

hippy each one of us to do so in a manner that’s pleasing and acceptable. In my side, this we ask in Christ’s name, amen. That’s a separate part of our worship service. We have this opportunity to return to our God a part of that, that we have been blessed with. Would you bow with me, our heavenly father? We thank you for all of the blessings that we receive from me,

including the blessing of life. We thank you for the mains that you’ve given us to provide a living for ourselves and our families. As we prepared to return a part of that, we have been blessed with help us to do so with a cheerful and giving heart. This we ask in Christ’s name. Amen. If anyone is using a Psalm book, you want to go ahead and Mark 904,

nine zero four would be the song of invitation. Have you been to Jesus? And the song before the lesson will be number 349, three four nine. And we’ll sing the first three verses of this song. 349. First three verses. Let us see. He bound that hands on, jeez, us and the garden, where he praying. They let him through the streets and shame.

They spat upon save. You are so pure and free from sin. And they said, crucify him. He is to blame. He got up<inaudible> and set in freezing. He could have called 10,000 name Jos, but it died. Where are you? And me? Pawn is precious. And they placed a crown of orphans. They laughed and said being long NA King,

they struck him and they cursed him and mocked his Holy name all alone. There is a food at a very thing. He could have called 10,000 ane Joes to in his drawing and set him free. He could have called 10,000 ane Jones, but it died or you and me, when they nailed him to the cross, his mother stood near by. He said,

mom and me home. Nice. He cried. I thirst for water mud. They gave him none to drink. Then a sinful work of man was he could have called 10,000 ain Joes to destroy a world and set him free. He could have called 10,018 Jones buddy died for you and me Church. Still trying to get a little used to these new glasses.

So bear with me, I guess, sitting underneath fluorescent lights and staring at a computer screen all day can cause you to start losing your vision this morning. I want to start off by reading from the gospel of Mark chapter 15, and we’ll begin in verse 21, Mark chapter 15 beginning in verse 21. Okay. And they compel one Simon<inaudible> who passed by coming out of the country,

the father of Alexander and Rufus to bear his cross. And they bring him onto the place Golgotha, which is being interpreted the place of a skull. And they gave him to drink wine mingled with myrrh, but he received it nod. And when they had crucified him, they parted his garments, casting lots upon them, what every man should take. And it was the third hour and they crucified him.

And the superscription of this, of his accusation was written over the King of the Jews. And with him, they crucify two thieves, the one on his right hand and the other on his left. And the scripture was fulfilled with Seth. And he was numbered with the transgressors and they that passed by railed on him, wagging their heads and saying, ah,

thou that destroys the temple and build a state in three days, save myself and come down from the cross. Likewise, also the chief priests mocking set among themselves with the scribes. He saved others himself. He cannot save, let Christ the King of Israel to send now from the cross that we may see unbelieve and they, that were crucified with him,

reviled him. And when the sixth hour was come, there was darkness over the whole land until the ninth hour. And at the ninth hour, Jesus cried with a loud voice saying Eli, Eli Lama, Suboxone, and I, which is being interpreted my God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me. And some of them that stood by when they heard it said behold,

he called with Elias and one ran and filled a sponge full of vinegar and put it on a Reed and gave him to drink saying, let alone, let us see whether Elias will come to take him down. And Jesus cried with a loud voice and gave up the ghost. And the veil of the temple was rent in Twain from the top to the bottom.

And this<inaudible>, which stood over against him, saw that he so cried out and gave up the ghost. He said, truly, this man was the son of God. I want you to imagine with me for a moment, if you will, that you know, tomorrow you will be facing your own death. But also imagine that your death will be the most horrifying experience of your life.

Your heart is in anguish because you know what you were about to face. You know that a friend has turned against you. You know, that you will be given over to those who despise you. A multitude will come with weapons and sees you like a criminal. They will physically abuse you. They will mock you. And they will hate you with a hatred so deep that they just want to kill you.

You know that those who said they love you and would even die for you, will desert and leave you to face this enemy completely alone. Now, imagine it is the morning after this horrifying night today, you know that things are not going to get any better. You have been awake all night and you have had nothing to eat or drink. You are taken by your enemy and deliver it over to a government official at around nine o’clock in the morning.

And as you stand before this official, he realizes that you have done absolutely nothing wrong, but he is a weak man. And he tries to appease the crowd’s anger. By having you beat. He turns you over to the soldiers and orders you to be scorched. They strip you naked and hang you by your wrists. From a post with your feet,

barely able to touch the ground. They take a whip made of leather straps with pieces of sharp bone and shards of pottery tied to the end. And to begin to beat you across your back, your buttocks and your legs with no less than 39 lashes with every lash, the pieces of bone and pottery rip into your flesh and pull it open. Ribbons of flesh are hanging from your body.

Blood is running profusely down your entire back. Gabe wounds appear on your flesh, exposing your ribs and possibly other vital organs. After the soldiers have beaten you, they take you down from the post and violently force, a crown of thorns upon your head and into your head scalp, the soldiers then put a Scarlet robe over you and place a staff on in your right hand upon doing this.

They fall into the ground and mock you, and as you stand there before them bloody and beaten, the soldiers, then stand up and begin to spit in your face and take the rod from your hand and begin to beat that crown of thorns with it until it is further and further into your scalp. Following this beating a six foot long beam weighing approximately 75 to 125 pounds as strapped across your bead and back.

And it is tied to your wrists. You then begin the long walk to the place where you will be officially killed. And this walk is about a third of a mile from where you currently are. As you walk to your place of death, everyone continues to mock. You possibly spitting in your face, throwing things at you, along the way you collapse.

And someone is forced to help you carry the beam. Now you arrive at your place of death. You are the most exhausted you have ever been in your life. The soldiers take that being from you and nail it to a riser. They grab you and forcefully throw you down onto the beam, taking a hammer. They drive seven inch iron spikes through both of your wrists into the beam.

Then they cross your legs and drive that same seven inch iron spike through the, through the tops of your feet, right above the arch. Finally, they lift the cross up and with a thud, it is settled into the hole where you will hang by your appendages. As you hang there and excruciating amazing pain, agonizing pain, you can still hear the crowd mocking you slowly.

The weight of your body begins to weigh heavy upon your legs and you relax. But when you do, you find it extremely difficult to breathe. You push yourself up, scraping your back, your legs and everything up against that wooden beam. Your wrists are in pain. Your legs are in pain. Your back is in unbearable pain. So once again,

you collapsed, barely able to breathe. Eventually all your strength is gone and you can no longer lift yourself up to breathe by around three o’clock. You are dead due to his fixation and possible heart failure. Now consider that everything I said actually happened to one man, Jesus, but you may ask why was this man a criminal? No, he wasn’t a criminal.

Then why did this happen to him? One reason it happened because we all needed it to happen. You see, without the death of Jesus, we would have no hope of salvation. It was only through the shedding of his blood that we find hope today. I want us to focus on the death and shedding of Christ blood and what the shedding of Christ’s blood does for us.

Why was it that Jesus had to die in this horrific way? What we find is that the blood of Jesus isn’t necessary because of what it does. Let us consider the first thing Jesus’s blood does. Jesus’s blood provides remission of sins. The Bible affirms forgiveness of sins through his blood. Let us consider Matthew chapter 26 and verse 28, Matthew chapter 26 and verse 28,

where this is my blood of the new Testament, which is shed for many, for the remission of sins. The preposition for here for many, for the remission of sins in the Greek is ACE appearing here. And it also appears in acts chapter two 38. Each of you be baptized for the remission of sins. This word ACE here means in order to obtain the remission of sins.

So for this is my blood of the new Testament, which is shed for many in order to obtain remission for sins. It is the blood that washes our robes clean turn with me to revelation chapter one, revelation chapter one and verse five, None of the dead and the Prince of the Kings of the earth unto him that loved us and washed us from our sins in his own blood turn.

Now to just a couple pages over revelation, chapter seven, and we’ll begin reading in verse 13, revelation chapter seven in verse 13. And one of the elders answered saying unto me, what are these? Which are a raid and white road? Yes, He said to me, these are they, which came out of a great tribulation and have washed their robes and made them Let us Much more than being now justified by his blood.

We shall be saved from wrath through him, The word job and courtroom situation. I found guiltless. It is through the blood of Jesus that we are all as Christians found guiltless, some might ask, why did Jesus have to die for this to be? So why did such a high price have to be paid? The holiness of God, the nature of sin and the sinfulness of man.

That’s why God is Holy. As we read in Isaiah chapter six and verse three, Isaiah chapter six and verse three and one cried on to another and said, Holy Holy, Holy is the Lord of hosts. The whole earth is full of his glory. The nature of sin is an arche against God. It is unholiness And archaic. This testimony had to do for me.

Chapter nine, All the things are by the law purged with blood and without shedding of blood is no remission. It was there for necessary that the pattern of things in the heavens should be purified with these, but the heavenly things themselves with better sacrifices than these. Let us also consider what Isaiah said, what ISE Zaida said through prophecy in Isaiah chapter 53,

verses four through six, Isaiah chapter 53, verses four through six, as they arise through inspiration, surely he has borne our griefs and carried our sorrows. Yet we did esteem him stricken smitten of God and afflicted, but he was wounded for our transgressions. He was bruised for our iniquities. The chastisement of our peace was upon him and with his stripes,

we are healed. All we like sheep have gone astray. We have turned everyone to his own way. And the Lord hath laid on him. The iniquity of a soul, Jesus bore the guilt of all of our sins. If we try to bear the guilt of our own sins, we are separated from God and lost. If our sins have not been forgiven,

then we are wasting the blood that Christ shed for each and every single one of us, the blood of Jesus is necessary because of what it does. It provides remission of sins. Let us now consider the second thing that Jesus’s blood does for us. Jesus’s blood provides reconciliation. Reconciliation is to make right what was not to remove the barrier that separates re again,

concile unite. We again are with Christ with God through Christ. The Bible affirms reconciliation through the blood of Jesus. It is through the death of Jesus that we are reconciled to God. Turn with me back to Romans chapter five, Romans chapter five, and we’ll read verse 10, Romans five 10. Or if when we were enemies, we were reconciled to God by the death of his son,

much more being reconciled. We shall be saved by his life. Let us also consider Ephesians chapter two, Ephesians chapter two and beginning in verse 12. That at that time you were without Christ being aliens from the Commonwealth of Israel and strangers from the covenants of promise, having no hope and without God in the world, but now in Christ, Jesus, you who sometimes were far off,

are made nigh by the blood of Christ. Through his blood. We are reconciled to God through his blood. We are brought near to God, to the father. A little boy is lying at death’s door at his deathbed. His mother is on his left and his father is on his right. They’ve been separated, alienated estranged, and it was breaking this little boy’s heart with the last surge of his strength.

He reaches up and grabs both of their hands and brings them together in his death in an effort to bring about their reconciliation. Jesus Christ, the God man hung suspended at Golgotha. He reached up to the father who in his holiness has been offended by the anarchy of man. And he reached down to man deeply marred and scarred by sin. And he brought the two together in his death,

bringing about reconciliation. Jesus breaks down that which separates us from God through his own blood. The blood of Jesus is necessary because of what it does. It provides reconciliation, understanding that the blood of Jesus, that through the blood of Jesus, we have both remission of sins, forgiveness, and reconciliation with the father. We can now turn to our third and final blessing.

The fact that Jesus’s blood brings redemption to be redeemed is to be brought back. That is a price has to be paid for you to be brought back. Something had to be paid. And the Bible affirms redemption. Jesus died to redeem us all you to Ephesians chapter one and verse just one page over. If you turn with me to Ephesians chapter two,

visions one seven, and whom we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of sins, according to the riches of his grace. Now let us consider first Peter chapter one in verse 18. First Peter chapter one beginning in verse 18, or as much as you know that you were not redeemed with corruptible things as silver and gold from your vain conversation received by tradition from your fathers,

but with the precious blood of Christ, as of a lamb, without blemish and without spot, who barely was fore ordained before the foundation of the world, but was manifest in these last times for you. It is through the blood that we are reconciled brought back to God and it’s through Christ blood that we are redeemed to be with Christ, with Christ in heaven with God,

once more. Now let us consider first Corinthians chapter six, if you’ll turn with me to first Corinthians chapter six, we’ll begin in verse 19. First Corinthians six, 19 and 20. What knowing you, not that your body is the temple of the Holy ghost, which is in you, which he have of God. And you’re not your own for ye are bought with a price,

therefore glorify God and your body and in your spirit, which are, God’s a slave girl who worked faithful for her master was allowed to work for others. And she was paid for what she did, being a hard worker and frugal with what she was paid. She amassed a large sum of money. When the master fell on hard times, he put some of his slaves up for sale,

including this woman. She used her money to buy her freedom. Shortly after this, the old master died and her brother was put in the block for sale. He was a strong man and the bidding continued to rise when the auctioneer’s gavel was raised and he was going, he was saying, going, going a shrill voice came from behind the crowd with a bid.

So high, no one went against it. It was his sister. And she had now saved him. But that young man to his dying day, forget the redemptive love of his sister. I think not for those who are in Christ. Can we ever forget that we have been bought with a price? We are his mind muscle. We are his money time tongue.

We are his, our talents. Everything about us is his because of his sacrifice, because we are redeemed. The blood of Jesus is necessary because of what it does. It provides redemption. When we look back at the time of Jesus’s death, we see that it was a time of great pain and suffering, and it was the death. Unlike what any had faced before,

not only in its brutality, but especially in what his death provided for the entire world. You see people die every day, but only one death was faced with the hope of all mankind at stake, through the death of Jesus and the shedding of his blood. We find what nothing else can provide. And his blood. We find our remission of sins,

our forgiveness. We find our reconciliation to the father and through his blood, we find redemption, but how does this blood affect us? How do I receive what his blood offered turn with me to Romans chapter six verses one through seven, Romans chapter six. And we’ll be reading verses one through seven. What shall we say then, shall we continue in sin that Grace May abound?

God forbid, how shall we that are dead to sin live any longer therein? No, ye not that so many of us as were baptized into Jesus Christ were baptized into his death. Therefore, we are buried with him by baptism into death. That like as Christ was raised from the dead, by the glory of the father, even. So we also should walk in newness of life for if we have been planted together in the likeness of his death,

we shall be also in the likeness of his resurrection, knowing this, that our old man is crucified with him, that the body of sin might be destroyed. That henceforth we should not serve sin for he, that is dead is freed from sin. How, and when do we appropriate the saving power of Jesus’s blood? The Bible teaches that we are baptized into his death.

We are washed in the blood of Christ. When we are biblically baptized, the blood of Jesus is necessary because of what it does for everyone. It provides the remission, reconciliation, and redemption. We need to share in his eternal glory. If you have not been washed in the blood of the lamb, the waters of baptism are ready for you. Or if you need the prayers of the saints,

we’re here for you. Whatever your need may be, please come forward. As we stand and sing<inaudible> are you fully trusting in his grace this hour? Are you a washed in the blood of lamb bar you accomplished in, in the us or cleansing?<inaudible> are you, is spotless? Are they wide ass? No. Are you a washed in the blood of the lamb?

Are you walking daily by the save your side? Are you washed in of the lamb? Do you resting each moment and a cruise? If fine. Are you a blot of the lamb? Are you a shin blah. In the so cleansing<inaudible>. Are your garments spotless? Are they wide a snow? Are you a washed in the blood of the lamb?

Lay a side, the Gar myths that are stain Wiz and, and being washed in the blood of the lamb. There’s a fountain flowing for the so unclean. Oh, be washed and the blood of the lamb. Are you attached in the blood in the us also cleansing<inaudible>. Are your garments spotless? Are they white as snow? Are you washed in the blood of the Thank you Michael,

for that lesson this morning, closing song is going to be number 882 eight, eight two, no tears in heaven. We’ll sing the first verse. I’m number 882, no tears. And then we’ll have our closing prayer. Let us sing. No tears in heaven. No Saul Rose give and all will be glory. And that, and they’ll be no sadness.

All well. Be gladness when shall join that happy back and noting there’s no tears, no tears up there. Sorrow and pain. Well, all half long, no teeth. There’s no tears, no tears up there. No cheers and heaven will be no Heavenly father. We’re indeed grateful for this privilege. We’ve had to assemble and worship your great name.

We pray that our spirit, our worship has been in spirit and truth and a sweet savor unto thee. As we prepare to depart, we’re grateful for the skill and knowledge that both Michael and Noah have in presenting your word. We thank them. Thank them for the steady and devotion they have granted to your name. We’re also mindful those of our number that are mentioned that are sick.

We pray your healing hand will be placed upon them. They once again, may appreciate and gain a full measure of Hill. We’re mindful of the Cozort family is a mourn the loss of Aaron’s grandmother of Shelly stacks. As she mourns the loss of her mother and Jenny Sanderson, and she mourns the loss of her father comfort. Each of them let them know that we are indeed great,

are sorrowful, further loss. As we prepare to depart, we ask that you will forgive our sins as a repent and turn from them and bless each of us. According to her several needs through the coming week. It’s in Jesus name that we pray. Amen.