This introduction has plenty apocalyptic language in it, but the apocalypses that are referred to are ones of the past. There is a huge transition of some 3,600 years’ time from present to past. If you are not careful, you will miss it. The transition is made in the original text at verse 20. So, what two apocalyptic events (God’s Divine Judgment) could Paul be referring to? Two stories fit the descriptions:
THIS WEEK’S OPPORTUNITIESSUNDAY: 9:30 a.m.— No Sunday School until the fall 10:45 a.m.— Morning Service TUESDAY: 10:00 a.m. — Sew Good Hours WEDNESDAY: 6:00 p.m. — Bible Study 7:10 p.m. — No Choir practice UPCOMING ACTIVITIES and UPDATES EASTER IN JULY?? Maybe — Stay tuned!! TOWERS HALL UPDATE — Regularly scheduled group meetings are now … [Read more…]
Mothers Day is May 10th and the Fox Street Church of God would like to acknowledge the mothers that are special to you in the Franklin and Rocky Grove areas by sending something SWEET. We can deliver to their door or if your special mother is outside of the area you can pick up the … [Read more…]
Easter Sunrise Service at 6:42 on April 12th on Facebook Live.
In order to stay connected during these trying times, here are the updates on our social media contacts. Contact Pastor Chad directly, in case of emergency.
Well . . . we did have a busy week planned! We did start the week out on a great footing as there was a fantastic service with the Glory Way Quartet!!
During any crisis, we have a firm foundation. Our faith is in God and God’s provision. We are not to live in fear but through prayer we can find God’s peace. We can help reduce people’s anxiety through prayerful, informed counsel, and by having a plan of action that will be in their best interest.
The Scars that Lead to Faith John 20:24-29 We are all very familiar with this story and we give Ole’ Thomas a bad rap. However, the reality is that there is a very teachable moment in this text. Thomas struggled to believe that Jesus was alive, and it wasn’t until he saw the scars that … [Read more…]
Another busy week at Fox Street Church of God!
The term lather, rinse, and repeat was developed by Proctor & Gamble to be placed as directions for how one was to clean their hair using their product. Interestingly enough, the reason for this wasn’t because they were concerned you needed clean hair but rather you would return more frequently to purchase your next bottle. Washing your hair every day actually can damage your hair.