Sunday's Bulletin Message 7/21/2019
Mission Baptist Church's Theme for the third year:
“WHAT WOULD JESUS DO?”
We're discovering the words and deeds of our Lord Jesus Christ and attempting to apply them to our lives and the lives of our families.
I hope you're already asking this question at the beginning of any decisions you are making and I'm hoping that as you do, you are honestly attempting to “trust and obey”. A great theme such as “What Would Jesus Do?” only profits those applying what they learn. Today we are considering how Jesus described the Scribes and Pharisees (Matthew 23:1-39)
“When You Leave That Way You Can Never Go Back” by Confederated Railroad
1. I remember waking in the morning to the sound of a rooster's crow, Mama's cooking in the kitchen, and Arthur Gothrie on the radio. Me and dad were just like strangers. We never did see eye-to-eye. It came to blows on Sunday morning. So I packed my bags and I said goodbye, Chorus “And when you leave that way you can never go back, a train won't run on a torn up track. Sometimes I wish I'd never roamed, oh no, cause when you leave that way you can never go home.
2. Then I met a girl in Knoxville, Oh we've set our wedding date, left her standing at the altar, with a baby on the way, Lord I'd love to see my Mom and Daddy. And what I'd give to hold that boy of mine, I'd get down on my knees and say, I'm sorry if I could only go back one more time. Chorus
3. But I killed a man in Houston when he caught me with his wife and I told the preacher man to leave me alone. When he came to read my rights and he said son, when you leave that way you can never go back, a soul won't roll on a torn up track. All through eternity you'll roam alone, 'Cause when you leave that way you can never come home, all through eternity you'll roam alone 'cause when you leave that way you can never come home.' Chorus
Together We Can,
Sr. Pastor Bill Rains