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Jan 21, 2017
Hardcore MM Prayer Breakfast–Tools Millhollin-Part 2
Hard C.O.R.E. MM Prayer Breakfast--Aaron "Tools" Millhollin--Part 2
  • Jan 21, 2017Hardcore MM Prayer Breakfast–Tools Millhollin-Part 2
    Jan 21, 2017
    Hardcore MM Prayer Breakfast–Tools Millhollin-Part 2
    Hard C.O.R.E. MM Prayer Breakfast--Aaron "Tools" Millhollin--Part 2
  • Jan 15, 2017The Grace of Giving: First From the Lord
    Jan 15, 2017
    The Grace of Giving: First From the Lord
    What do you have in your hand?  We give because Christ gave to us first.  We give, not out of what we don't have, but what we do have!
  • Jan 8, 2017The Grace of Giving: First to the Lord
    Jan 8, 2017
    The Grace of Giving: First to the Lord
    The Grace of Giving first to the Lord is a reminder that "Giving of any kind apart from giving ourselves first to the Lord is pointless."  
  • Jan 1, 2017Engage Our Community: Luke 7:36-50
    Jan 1, 2017
    Engage Our Community: Luke 7:36-50
    Series: New Year
    Engage Our Community - Luke 7:36-50 - God has called each one of us to go and take His love and grace to others.  What does our "go" look like and are we going to do it?
  • Dec 24, 2016What does your “GO” look like
    Dec 24, 2016
    What does your “GO” look like
    Christmas is more than a celebration; it's a challenge to be what God has called us to be.

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The Righteous

“Therefore the wicked will not stand in the judgment, nor sinners in the assembly of the righteous” (Psalm 1:5).

The first psalm speaks of the individual who 
“does not walk in the counsel of the wicked” and whose “delight is in the law of the Lord.”  This individual is contrasted with the “wicked” and with “sinners.”  The 5th verse uses the Hebrew term “tsaddiq” which is of course translated “righteous.”  But in a day when we use the term “Christian” so loosely and we call ourselves “Christians” simply because we go to church or we live in the United States or numerous other reasons, I would like to speak to the meaning of this word “righteous” because it is used to describe someone that we would consider a “Christian” even though that term would have never been used before Christ when the Psalms were written.


I Am With You Always

You will probably recognize the reference in the title of this week’s blog to the words of Christ when He was saying His last words to His followers after the Resurrection.  Jesus promised that He would never leave them, but would be with them (us) through the end of time.  Of course when time ends we know that we will be with Him in heaven eternally.  
I want to share some very exciting and incredible news with you this morning that some of you have heard about but it has in fact, just become official this past Sunday.  This has to do with a dream that God began to birth in me and in us here at Angus Church over 5 years ago.  It began when God began to ask me, “Is there anything that you are doing that if I just walked away it would completely fall apart?”  After a lot of prayer and soul-searching I had to admit that the answer was, “probably not much!”  It humbled me and scared me that even though we’ve been following God’s direction and doing the things that we felt He was leading us to do, we had pretty much figured out how to fund, how to staff and how to run most of the programs that we were doing.  So we began to pray and God began leading us on a huge faith-challenging journey.


And the Place Was Shaken

I have heard Christians make the statement; I have made the statement before as well; and the most convincing proof of all is that the Bible makes the statement too:  “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever” (Hebrews 13:8).   The writer of the commentary The Complete Biblical Library for Hebrews says “The One who ‘endured the cross’ sits at God’s right hand in power and glory . . . the One who promised to be with His disciples unto the end of this age is still the same. Everything else in the life of the believer may change–his job, his family, his self-esteem, his influence, his popularity, his wealth–but Jesus is always the same, and He is always with the believer, encouraging and empowering him to live the life of faith and obedience.”  So remember that whatever else may happen, Christ’s power and love are never going to change in your life.  And that gives me hope that what I read in Acts 4:31 is true for today as well!