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Cherokee: In God We Trust

FROM THE DESK OF THE PASTOR

For JULY 3, 2011

 

in_God_we_trust{xtypo_dropcap}W{/xtypo_dropcap}e as a nation of people have now the continued opportunity to celebrate the birth of a nation, in which we take great pride.  We are faced with some of the greatest decisions that we will ever have to make in order to continue the steady course of so great a country and a people.  Deep within our souls we desire the continued success of this country, while as individuals we could care less.

The state of a person’s mind determines what he will do in his everyday life.  A man may starve with bread upon the table if he does not eat, and he may perish with thirst though he is up to his neck in a river of water if he does not drink.  In the book of John 4:14 it is said, “But whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst;  but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life.” It is a mystery how one might associate himself with God in so many ways, and yet choose to keep Him out of his spiritual life.  If we can trust God with our physical life, then we should be willing to trust Him with our soul.  Why not then lend to God your life that it be secure, than to trust it to the world that it may die.

 

In God We Trust                                                                          

Pastor Jimmy Locklear, Cherokee Chapel Holiness Methodist Church

Cherokee: Victorious Faith

FROM THE DESK OF THE PASTOR

For JUNE 5, 2011

maze{xtypo_dropcap}O{/xtypo_dropcap}ur lives are spent every day walking through the maze which the world has set up to lead us into a trap from which there will be no return.  We often ask the question, what is meant by this world?  The power of sin all around us;  the influence which operates towards evil, and makes the commandment and purposes of God grievous to society.  The Prince of this world has much to do with this evil power.  It is his destiny to derail the Christian’s walk, that he may be lost also.  1st John 5:4 says, “For whatsoever is born of God over-cometh the world;  and this is the victory that over-cometh the world, even our faith.”  So if we hold fast to this faith of which John speaks then surely we will have this victory over the world, and also over the Prince of this world.  If this be the case then this faith of ours becomes a Victorious Faith through Jesus Christ.

 

Victorious Faith                                                                                    

Pastor Jimmy Locklear,  Cherokee Chapel Holiness Methodist Church

Cherokee: The God Of The Ages

FROM THE DESK OF THE PASTOR

For MAY 16, 2011

 

bro_mirriorq{xtypo_dropcap}M{/xtypo_dropcap}ankind has always been fascinated by the reflection of themselves whether from the surface of a still pool of water or upon the smooth surface of some mirror like metal.  In fact ancient people often times made mirrors from bronze, and the bronze of Cornith was especially famous as the best bronze of the ancient Mediterranean world.  Some Corinthian bronze had even been imported to Jerusalem for use in the temple.  Nevertheless, the best of ancient mirrors provided only an imperfect reflection, leading some philosophers to use the analogy of an imperfect mirror to depict mortals’ imperfect attempts to understand the deity of God.  1st Corinthians 13:11&12 says,  “When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a man, I put away childish things.  For now we see in a mirror, dimly, but then face to face.  Now I know in part, but then I shall know just as I also am known.”  Paul anticipated this future age when he would know God directly, and his expectation influenced his ideas about spiritual gifts.  The gifts which the Corinthians valued so highly were only for this life, and in the future age there would be no more need for the gift of prophecies, tongues, or knowledge.  The reflection of the dim mirror would become a face-to-face view of The God Of The Ages.

 

The God Of The Ages                                                                        

 Pastor Jimmy Locklear of Cherokee Chapel Holiness Methodist Church

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