Saturday, October 14, 2017

Rev Charles A. Hall, Pastor of St John Baptist Church, Alexandria, VA, guest Preacher for Warner Baptist Church's 136th Anniversary Service

Article 11, Volume 7                                                                         October 14, 2017

Rev Hall preached the final night, Friday, October 13, 2017 of the week-long
          anniversary services

Rev Hall used Matthews 16:13,18 and other selections for his scripture.  His text was "Who do you say that I am?" and "Are you still standing on the Rock?"

His emphasis was in knowing Jesus for yourself and standing firm in your belief.  Don't go running from church to church looking for God.

Don't get caught up in believing that you need a big building to hear the Word of God. Jesus preached outdoors. You should note that Jesus built his church on a Rock. That rock was not a building.

Regardless of the sanctuary size, type, or inside structure, you need to have the "Spirit of God" instilled in you for your daily walk.

He cited, Galatians 5:1. 

Stand fast in the freedom that Christ has made possible for you and do not tangle up with the yokes that can put you in bondage.

During the sermon, Rev. Hall commented on women and their role in the ministry.

Rev Hall was accompanied by one of his church's choirs.  Included in their selection of songs, was a beautiful rendition of the song, "God is".
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Christina Adams-Williams and Marjorie Strothers are the Co-hostess of the Anniversary Committee this year.
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