Pastor Jeremiah Davis Series in St. Marten 2016

Jeremiah Davis- Session 1: Handwriting on the Wall

Jeremiah Davis-Session 2: For such a time as This

Jeremiah Davis-Session 3: “The great clock of time”

Jeremiah Davis-Session 4: For Such a Time as this part 2

Jeremiah Davis Session 5: Great work Little Time

Jeremiah Davis Session 6: A Bell And A Pomegranate

Jeremiah Davis- Session 7: Our eyes are closed and need to be opened

Jeremiah Davis- Session 8: Our eyes are closed and need to be opened part 2

Jeremiah Davis Session 9: What you need to do, do it quickly

Happy ThanksGiving

How Shall We Observe Thanksgiving?—Our Thanksgiving is approaching. Will it be, as it has been in many instances, a thanksgiving to ourselves? Or will it be a thanksgiving to God? Our Thanksgivings may be made seasons of great profit to our own souls as well as to others if we improve this opportunity to remember the poor among us…. – {AH 474.2}
There are a hundred ways that can be devised to help the poor in so delicate a manner as to make them feel that they are doing us a favor by receiving our gifts and sympathy. We are to remember that it is more blessed to give than to receive. The attentions of our brethren are most liberal to those whom they wish to honor, and whose respect they desire, but who do not need their help at all. Custom and fashion say, Give to those who will give to you; but this is not the Bible rule of giving. The word of God declares against this way of gratifying self in thus bestowing our gifts, and says, “He that giveth to the rich, shall surely come to want.” – {AH 474.3}
Now a season is coming when we shall have our principles tested. Let us begin to think what we can do for God’s needy ones. We can make them through ourselves the recipients of God’s blessings. Think what widow, what orphan, what poor family you can relieve, not in a way to make a great parade about the matter, but be as a channel through which the Lord’s substance shall flow as a blessing to His poor…. – {AH 474.4} – AH 474.2-4

Happy Sabbath

By faith brothers and sisters let our requests be made known to God, on this His holy day. He has promised to hear and answer, read the precious promise below.

The demands upon God are even greater upon the Sabbath than upon other days. His people then leave their usual employment, and spend the time in meditation and worship. They ask more favors of Him on the Sabbath than upon other days. They demand His special attention. They crave His choicest blessings. God does not wait for the Sabbath to pass before He grants these requests. Heaven’s work never ceases, and men should never rest from doing good. The Sabbath is not intended to be a period of useless inactivity. The law forbids secular labor on the rest day of the Lord; the toil that gains a livelihood must cease; no labor for worldly pleasure or profit is lawful upon that day; but as God ceased His labor of creating, and rested upon the Sabbath and blessed it, so man is to leave the occupations of his daily life, and devote those sacred hours to healthful rest, to worship, and to holy deeds. The work of Christ in healing the sick was in perfect accord with the law. It honored the Sabbath.” – {DA 207.2} – DA 207.2

Let us bring before the Lord this day our needs, we see the signs of the time, “they are appearing everywhere”. For the Holy Spirit, victory over sin, country living, etc. what ever is on your heart, for His precious promises, bring them before Him. God bless and happy Sabbath.

Spreading the word of God to the final generation – "The truth must not be muffled now. Plain statements must be made. Unvarnished truth must be spoken, in leaflets and pamphlets, and these must be scattered like the leaves of autumn."—Testimonies for the Church 9:231.