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Church Bulletin 04/10/2005

2669 Old Newport Hwy * Sevierville, TN 37876 * Phone (865) 774-0210

Service Times

Sunday School 9:30 Sunday Morning 10:30
Sunday Evening 6:00 Wednesday Evening 7:00
Pastor: Tony Sutton

April 10th, 2005


  • Violet Ogle ~ April 3rd
  • Vickie Parrott~ April 6th

“Remember now thy Creator in the days of thy youth...” (Ecclesiastes 12:1)

If you have a birthday or anniversary coming up, or if I’ve forgotten your birthday or anniversary (I’m sorry) please let me know.    - Shirley Stanton  


Free Spirits Gospel Singers
Spreading God’s word through song 

  • The group will be singing at Community Baptist Church of Emory Road in Knoxville tonight.

If you would like to go and support the group as the minister, please see Brother Tim for directions.

Please remember them in your prayers as they spread the word of God through their songs.

The group has chosen a name for their new CD! The CD will be titled “Jesus Loves Me”.

“Make a joyful noise unto God, all ye lands: sing forth the honor of His name: Make His praise glorious.” Psalm 66:1-2


  • Choir practice today at 4:30

  • The church is in need of a Sunday School director. The duties and requirements of this office are posted on the bulletin board. Please see Tony if you are interested in this position.

  • Please help take care of your church! Please remember to take your trash to the trash can. Please don’t put it in the book holders on the back of the pew or leave it in your seat. Thank you.

  • If you know of an upcoming event that needs to be in the bulletin, please let me know before Saturday.

  • Ladies, please bring your sewing machines to the meeting this Thursday night. We’re starting a new project!

  • Bonnie Smith and Shirley Williams are organizing a yard sale to raise money for VBS. The yard sale will be on Saturday, April 30th. If you have something you would like to donate, please bring it by the 23rd. See Bonnie or Shirley for more information.

If there is an upcoming event that needs to be in the bulletin, please let me know before Saturday.

Thought For Today

The Dividing Line

Lines are everywhere! There are lines in parking lots to designate the parking spaces. There are lines drawn at intersections so that pedestrians know where to cross the street. There are little, but important, lines drawn on rulers to show units of measure. There are lines drawn on baseball diamonds, basketball courts, and football fields to help the players and referees know if the balls, and players, are in or out.

Lines can be very important. They help us know where we stand. We are either on one side of the line or the other.

Exodus 32 tells us that Moses drew a line. Here's why: God's people had participated in a drunken party and had worshiped a golden calf. Drunken idolaters! Moses knew that God demands that people love, obey and worship only Him. In a very courageous move, Moses stepped in front of all those people and drew a line by saying, "Who is on the Lord's side? Let him come to me...." (Exo_32:26). That day, many crossed the line by standing with Moses and the Lord.

Jesus, too, drew a line when He called those from the multitude to follow Him. Jesus' words make a very clear line: either you are for Christ or you are against Him. That same line exists today. We must decide on which side of that line we will stand.

Many choose to stand on both sides of the line. And for those individuals Jesus replies, "I know thy works, that thou art neither cold nor hot; I would thou wert cold or hot. So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth" (Rev_3:15-16). There is no middle ground with the Lord. In fact, for those who try, it makes Him sick to His stomach. Take a stand on God's side.

“For I am now ready to be offered, and the time of my departure is at hand.  (7)  I have fought a good fight, I have finished [my] course, I have kept the faith:  (8)  Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, shall give me at that day: and not to me only, but unto all them also that love his appearing.” 2 Timothy 4:6-8 

Junior Church

This week, as always, we ask for your prayers in all areas of this ministry. Such as what God would have us to teach each week, what the sermon will be, what questions to ask the children during our games to review for that day and always, always, prayer that we are good examples for the kids in and out of Jr. Church. We thank God for the one soul saved last week. Please pray for little Casey. All our new Christians need to be nurtured. We "mature" Christians need to nurture. Remember him in your prayers and that each week we might rejoice in another little brother or sister coming to Christ. This week we will be teaching on "getting revenge" (not doing it, of course) and how that God wants us to handle situations in which people hurt our feelings or bully us. Pray for guidance. Thank you parents and grandparents and neighbors that are faithful to go get and bring in these children.

God bless you,

Bobby and Jr. Church staff

Special Prayer Requests

  • Please remember our church and those in leadership.

  • Please remember Wayne Gibson when you pray.

  • Pray for the physical and spiritual health of Carl Gibson

  • Please remember the ladies’ group when you pray.

  • Pray for Holly and Bradley Glass and their children.

  • Remember Larry and Linda Hoyles when you pray.

  • James Flynn (April Sutton’s brother) had surgery last week. Please remember him in your prayers.

ROMANS 14:19 Let us therefore follow after the things which make for peace, and things wherewith one may edify another.