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DivorceCare - Tonight at 6:30PM
Session 1 - What's Happening to Me?
#hopeandhealing
Isaiah 41:10
Isaiah 21:4
Psalm 130:1-2
Psalm 73:2
Psalm 25:16-17
Psalm 69:1-3
Psalm 42:3, 6
Psalm 46:2-3
Psalm 34:4
Psalm 40:1-2
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DivorceCare - Tonight at 6:30PM
Session 1 - Whats Happening to Me?
#hopeandhealing 
Isaiah 41:10
Isaiah 21:4
Psalm 130:1-2
Psalm 73:2
Psalm 25:16-17
Psalm 69:1-3
Psalm 42:3, 6
Psalm 46:2-3
Psalm 34:4
Psalm 40:1-2

Screaming a huge "Good Luck" to these girls and their coaches as they advance in the Little League World Series! Praying for your success, God's glory, and safety for all - You make us proud! #RSUMCinthecommunity #RSUMC #GoLakers #TheFutureLooksBright ... See MoreSee Less

Screaming a huge Good Luck to these girls and their coaches as they advance in the Little League World Series!  Praying for your success, Gods glory, and safety for all - You make us proud! #RSUMCinthecommunity #RSUMC #GoLakers #TheFutureLooksBright

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30 Days of Prayer, Praise, & Promise
07/23/2021 - Day 30
READ Psalm 71:1-11
WHEN I AM OLD
The older I become, the more I appreciate this psalm. It focuses on God's special blessing for those who are getting older. "Do not cast me off in the time of old age; do not forsake me when my strength fails" (v. 9).
What does God do for us as we get older? He helps us meet and solve some of the problems that we encounter in our later years. Take the problem of weakness, for example. That's what David talks about in verse 9: "Do not forsake me when my strength fails." The outward man is failing, but the inward man can be renewed day by day. God will provide you with the spiritual strength that you need.
Another problem we face as we get older is confusion. "In You, O LORD, I put my trust; let me never be put to shame (confusion)" (v.1). We can't always keep up with so many rapid changes in this world. As we get older, we might say, "I don't quite know what's going on." But God says, "Look, don't worry about it. You trust Me, and I'll never allow you to be confused."
A third problem we experience is that of living in the past. Too often we say, "Back in the good old days..." I've concluded that perhaps the good old days were not that good. David acknowledges, "For You are my hope, O Lord GOD" (v. 5). He was living in the future. We don't know what the future holds, but we do know that God holds our future.
Finally, we may face the problem of complaining. How easy it is to complain as we grow older. But David said, "Let my mouth be filled with Your praise and with Your glory all the day" (v. 8). When we're walking with the Lord, He takes care of weakness and confusion. He takes care of our fear of the future. He also substitutes praise for complaining, and therefore, we grow old graciously.
Call to action - Each phase of life has unique advantages and problems. And God stays with you through each phase. Are you facing the problems of old age? Are you struggling with weakness, confusion, living in the past, and complaining? Bring your fears to God. He delights in caring for His people.
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30 Days of Prayer, Praise, & Promise
07/22/2021 - Day 29
READ Psalm 70:1-5

HURRY UP, GOD

Has God ever been slow in your life? He was in David's (and He has been in mine). This undoubtedly was one of the psalms written when David was being harassed by King Saul. So he cries out, "Lord, why don't You do something?! You're being awfully slow."
Have you ever pondered the delays of God? He is never in a hurry, but once He starts to work, watch out! He patiently accomplishes His work. David pleads, "Make haste...make haste" (v. 1). He repeats his plea in verse 5: "I am poor and needy; make haste to me, O God! You are my help and my deliverer; O LORD, do not delay." If right now it seems as though God is carrying instead of working, if it seems as though He is dealing instead of acting, what should you do? Seek Him and wait on Him and love Him. Verse 4 says it beautifully; "Let all those who seek You rejoice and be glad in You; and let those who love Your salvation say continually, 'let God be magnified!'" We've seen that phrase before. David, when he was sinking, said, "I...will magnify Him with thanksgiving" (Ps. 69:30).
Here's a good lesson for us. When God is not moving as rapidly as we think He should, when our timetables do not coincide, what should we do? Rejoice in Him, love Him, and magnify Him! Let Him worry about the timetables. God is always working, and we know that all things are working together for good (Rom. 8:28). But He waits for the right time to reveal His victories. Let Him watch the clock.

Call to action - God's delays are a part of your character-building process. The next time God gives you a delay, encourage yourself by remembering that He never stops working for you, and He knows when and how to help you. Submit to His timetable and His care.
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30 Days of Prayer, Praise, & Promise
07/21/2021 - Day 28
READ Psalm 69:22-36
RECIPE FOR REJOICING
"I WILL PRAISE THE NAME OF GOD WITH A SONG, AND WILL MAGNIFY HIM WITH THANKSGIVING" (v. 30). This verse seems out of place here, because this psalm has an atmosphere of trial and sorrow. Six times we find the word reproach in Psalm 69. David cries out to God for help, so it's strange to find him saying, "I will praise the name of God with a song, and will magnify Him with thanksgiving." When you are sinking, when you think that everything has gone wrong, when others are persecuting you and smiting you, praise the name of God with a song!
Paul and Silas must have thought of verse 30 when they were suffering in jail in Philippi (Acts 16:16-34). They were in the stocks. They had been humiliated and arrested. Their rights were taken from them. They had been beaten with rods, and their bodies ached. But they began to sing and praise God. The concert brought down the house! And the jailer was saved. When you find yourself sinking, start singing!
Magnify the Lord. When I hurt, I have a tendency to magnify myself. I think, "Nobody ever felt the way I feel. Nobody's ever been through what I've been through." But David said, "I'm not going to do that. I'm going to magnify the Lord."
Thank the Lord. Anyone can thank Him when things are going well. Anyone can thank Him in the sunshine. But when you are sinking in the deep mire, it's difficult to give thanks to God. But we need to do so.
Here you have a threefold recipe for rejoicing when you are sinking: Praise the name of the Lord, seek to magnify Him, and bring your thanksgiving from your heart.
Call to action - Are you overwhelmed by your circumstances? Trust the Lord and follow this recipe. He will cause you to rejoice!
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NEIGHBORHOOD MOVIE NIGHT IS QUICKLY APPROACHING! Friday, July 30th, we will be showing the classic Charlotte's Web in our parking lot. We will have hot dogs, popcorn, games, fun, and more and it is ALL FREE and ALL FOR OUR COMMUNITY! Grab a lawn chair or blanket or whatever you wish to sit on and show up in the parking lot of RSUMC around 7PM to get things underway! We love our community and our neighbors and would love to share this evening of family fun with YOU!
RSUMC - 7PM - July 30th
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NEIGHBORHOOD MOVIE NIGHT IS QUICKLY APPROACHING!  Friday, July 30th, we will be showing the classic Charlottes Web in our parking lot.  We will have hot dogs, popcorn, games, fun, and more and it is ALL FREE and ALL FOR OUR COMMUNITY!  Grab a lawn chair or blanket or whatever you wish to sit on and show up in the parking lot of RSUMC around 7PM to get things underway!  We love our community and our neighbors and would love to share this evening of family fun with YOU!
RSUMC - 7PM - July 30th

30 Days of Prayer, Praise, & Promise
07/20/2021 - Day 27
READ Psalm 69:13-21

NO COMFORTERS

"Reproach has broken my heart, and I am full of heaviness; I looked for someone to take pity, but there was none, and for comforters, but I found none" (v. 20). When we read Psalm 69, we meet Jesus Christ, for many verses from this psalm are quoted in the New Testament, relating to Him. For example, "I have become a stranger to my brothers, and an alien to my mother's children; because zeal for Your house has eaten me up, and the reproaches of those who reproach You have fallen on me" (vv. 8-9; John 2:17). David is going through difficulty, and it is making him more like Jesus. Therefore, it enabled him to reveal the Lord to us.

What breaks your heart? Is it broken when you can't have your way? Is it broken when something is taken away from you? Jesus and David both said, "Reproach has broken my heart" (v. 20). What can you do about a broken heart? David prayed, "Deliver me. Hear me. Draw near my soul. Redeem me" (vv. 14, 16, 18). And God answered him.

Sometimes, you hear reproach because of others. You feel heavy, brokenhearted, and alone. But Jesus went through all of this for us. Be thankful that you can share in the fellowship of His sufferings (Phil. 3:10). Also, while others are going through this experience, be an encouragement to them. If you've known what it's like to have a broken heart, and if you've looked for someone to take pity, then you know how much it means to have a friend. Today, find someone with a broken heart and start to bring healing to them.

Call to action - When your heart is broken, be encouraged that Jesus knows what you are going through and that you are becoming like Him. But there's another purpose. You can help others whose hearts are broken. God will use you to help bring healing to them. Don't waste your experiences; they have great value.
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30 Days of Prayer, Praise, & Promises
07/19/2021 - Day 26
READ Psalm 69:1-12
THE WORST DEATH
I was chatting about death with a friend once, using it as an opportunity to witness to her. We were discussing the most difficult way to die. I finally said, "Perhaps the most difficult way to die would be to be smothered - to be sinking in quicksand and be smothered."

David had that kind of experience spiritually. "Save me, O God! For the waters have come up to my neck. I sink in deep mire, where there is no standing. I have come into deep waters, where the floods overflow me" (vv. 1-2). It's bad enough to be sinking in quicksand, but David also had the floods coming over him. What did he do? He did what every Christian should do. First, he waited. "My throat is dry; my eyes fail while I wait for my God" (v. 3). "Let not those who wait for You, O Lord GOD of hosts, be ashamed" (v. 6). David knew the situation was in God's control. Yes, he did cry out to God for rescue. Nothing is wrong with that. But he also waited.

Second, he wept. "When I wept and chastened my soul with fasting, that became by reproach" (v. 10). Reproach is used again and again in Psalm 69. (This is a messianic psalm that talks about the reproach Jesus endured for us.) Nothing is wrong with weeping. Pain hurts, and some situations can break your heart. David waited and wept, and he knew that God was going to see him through.

Third, he watched. "Let not those who wait for You, O Lord GOD of hosts, be ashamed because of me; let not those who seek You be confounded because of me, O God of Israel" (v. 6). In other words David says, "It's not important what happens to me. But I don't want to create any problems for anybody else." Throughout this psalm David becomes more and more like the Lord. When you find yourself sinking: wait, weep, watch, and let God work.

Call to action - When you find yourself sinking in the quicksand, there is little else you can do but cry to the Lord. Sometimes He allows the "quicksand" experiences to turn you to Him. Wait for God. Acknowledge that He is in control. Give Him the pieces of your broken heart and watch Him work for you. You can depend on His faithfulness.
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30 Days of Prayer, Praise, & Promises
07/18/2021 - Day 25
READ Psalm 68:28-35
HOW STRONG IS GOD?
We don't go far on our own strength. Here, David instructs us how to understand and appropriate the strength of God. He tells us to ascribe strength to God. Realize that He is a God of strength. "His excellence is over Israel, and His strength is in the clouds" (v. 34). That means His strength is high up. God can get strength even from the clouds (nothing but rolling vapor). We think of God as loving, gracious, and merciful. But let's also think of Him as strong.
We also need to ask for strength from God. "Strengthen, O God, what You have done for us" (v. 28). We have every privilege to come and ask God for the strength we need today. "But those who wait on the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles, they shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint" (Isa. 40:11). God has already determined what He wants to do. He'll do it when we request it. "You do not have because you do not ask" (James 4:2).
Next, we need to acknowledge that our strength is from God. "The God of Israel is He who gives strength and power to His people. Blessed be God!" (v. 35). If you need strength today, don't look to yourself or to anyone else. Look up, because God is the God of strength, and He wants to command strength for you if you'll ask Him.

Call to action - Often Satan will tempt you to draw your strength from the world's substitutes. When that happens, remember the truths of this psalm. When you need strength to continue the battle, spend time in prayer with God. Ascribe strength to Him, ask Him for strength, and acknowledge that your strength is from Him alone.
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Reproducing fruit vs decorative fruit. Great contrast to understand our purpose as disciples of Jesus!

Good morning, family! So grateful for this livestream while at home rehabbing from surgery!

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Powerful quote from Bonhoffer! "Christianity without discipleship is Christianity without Christ."

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30 Days of Prayer, Praise, & Promises
07/17/2021 - Day 24
READ Psalm 68:19-27
Burdens and Benefits
"Blessed be the LORD, Who daily loads us with benefits, the God of our salvation!" (v. 19). We can translate that verse, "Blessed be the LORD, who daily bears our burdens." Let's think about benefits and burdens. God is the One who gives us the burdens of life. Sometimes we bring burdens upon ourselves by our disobedience, rebellion, sin, unbelief, lack of love, and unkindness. But if we are walking in the will of God on the path of His choosing, and if we have burdens to bear, He is the One who has given them to us. Let's view the burdens of life as benefits.
Perhaps the greatest example of this is the apostle Paul. How he was burdened with his thorn in the flesh! He prayed three times that God would take it away. Instead, God turned that burden into a benefit. He told Paul, "I'm going to give you the grace that you need" (2 Cor. 12:7-9). Sometimes God answers prayer by taking things away. Sometimes He answers prayer by adding things to us. That's what He did for Paul, and the burden became a benefit.
"But," you say, "I have some heavy burdens. I don't see much benefit to them." Notice the word daily in verse 19. "Blessed be the LORD, who daily loads us with benefits." We live a day at a time. To think of all of life's burdens coming at once can be crushing. Remember what you have been through in your life. You've been through circumstances you never thought you would get through. But God brought you through. "Give us this day our daily bread" (Matt. 6:11). "And, Lord, give us this day our daily burdens and benefits."

Call to action - God knows how much we can bear, and His grace is sufficient for each day. But there is another dimension to our burdens. God can turn them into benefits. Has He given you a heavy burden? Perhaps He wants to turn it into a benefit and do something special for you.
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30 Days of Prayer, Praise, & Promises
07/16/2021 - Day 23
READ Psalm 68:7-18
Sharing the Wealth
Here David describes the victories of God, "You have ascended on high, You have led captivity captive; You have received gifts among men" (v. 18). This is a picture of our Lord's Ascension. We find this verse quoted in the New Testament, referring to Jesus Christ (Eph. 4:8).
Look at what Jesus has performed for us.
1st - He went before us. "O God, when You went out before Your people" (v. 7). Wherever you are today, if you're in the will of God, He has already gone before you. The picture here is of the nation of Israel going through the wilderness. God didn't expect the Israelites to figure out the logistics for themselves. By night He led them by a pillar of fire and by day by a cloud. The Ark of the Covenant - the presence of the Lord - went before them. He also went before us and bore our sins on the cross.
2nd - He has gone above us. "You have ascended on high" (v. 18). The Lord Jesus has ascended to glory, and He is seated there at the right hand of the Father in majesty. He who went before us to win the victory has now gone above us to share the victory.
Now He dwells among us. Notice the end of verse 18, "That the Lord God might dwell there". And what is He doing? He is giving gifts to His people. It's a picture of the Conqueror distributing the spoil. How wealth we are! How much we have to thank Him for! Will you trust the Victor today?
Call to action - Because of Christ's death and resurrection, you are wealthy. God freely shares with you the spoils of His victory at the cross. You need never be defeated in this life.
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30 Days of Prayer, Praise, & Promises
07/15/2021 - Day 22
READ Psalm 68:1-6
LIKE SMOKE AND WAX
Someone has said that a person is known not only by the friends he keeps but also by the enemies he makes. The Lord Jesus had enemies. David had enemies. Anyone who stands up for what is right will have enemies. But notice what these enemies are like - "as smoke is driven away" (v. 2). Who's afraid of smoke? It can smother us, but if we keep fresh air coming in - the fresh wind of the Holy Spirit - it can't bother us. David also compares his enemies to melting wax (v. 2). A burning candle is a picture of what will happen to God's enemies. The smoke is quickly blown away and the wax quietly melts. God gets the victory.

"So let the wicked perish at the presence of God. But let the righteous be glad; let them rejoice before God" (vv. 2-3). Why? Because of what God does for us. "Sing to God, sing praises to His name, extol Him who rides on the clouds" (v. 4). I like that picture. God is the Great Conqueror, riding upon the heavens.

He also is "a father to the fatherless" (v. 5). He comes right where we are to comfort and heal our broken hearts. Furthermore, God is Judge and Redeemer. He frees those who are bound with chains.

Call to action - Are you feeling oppressed by your enemies? Leave the burden with your Father, and let Him be your Conqueror.
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30 Days of Prayer, Praise, & Promise
07/14/2021 - Day 21
READ Psalm 67:1-7
Will You Share?
The author of this psalm is unknown, but it was someone who had a vision of the whole world. God had blessed him, and he wanted to share that blessing with everyone. He writes, "God be merciful to us and bless us, and cause His face to shine upon us" (v. 1).
Three times in verse 1, the psalmist uses the word us. He refers to the Jewish people, but he doesn't stop there. "That Your way may be known on earth, Your salvation among all nations" (v. 2). So many Old Testament Jews wanted to keep what they had for themselves. They did not want to share it. How unlike God's plan! After all, why did He call Abraham? That he might be a blessing to the whole world. Why did Jesus die? That the Gospel message might go out to the whole world.
Why has the Lord blessed us? That we might share the Gospel with others. We have no problem praying verse 1: "Oh, be merciful to us and bless us and make Your face shine upon us." But what about verse 2? Do we want to be blessed so that we might be a blessing? That's the reason God blesses us in the first place. Likewise, He answers our prayers so that we might become an answer to someone else's prayer.
The result of making God's salvation known among all the nations is praise. "Let the peoples praise You, O God; let all the peoples praise You" (v. 3). This doesn't mean just the Israelites. Even the Gentiles are included. "Oh, let the nations be glad and sing for joy!" (v. 4). "Let all the peoples praise You" (v. 5).
Notice how the psalm ends: "Then the earth shall yield her increase; God, our own God, shall bless us. God shall bless us, and all the ends of the earth shall fear Him" (vv.6-7). The sequence in this psalm is significant. The psalmist begins by saying, "Lord, bless me so that I may bless others." He does become a blessing to others, so God blesses him again. What a marvelous experience of God's grace.
Call to action - Are you a part of God's sequence of blessing? If you will share, He will bless you so that you may be a blessing. Experience the fullness of His grace by telling others about Him.
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30 Days of Prayer, Praise, & Promise
07/14/2021 - Day 21
READ Psalm 67:1-7
Will You Share?
The author of this psalm is unknown, but it was someone who had a vision of the whole world. God had blessed him, and he wanted to share that blessing with everyone. He writes, "God be merciful to us and bless us, and cause His face to shine upon us" (v. 1).
Three times in verse 1, the psalmist uses the word us. He refers to the Jewish people, but he doesn't stop there. "That Your way may be known on earth, Your salvation among all nations" (v. 2). So many Old Testament Jews wanted to keep what they had for themselves. They did not want to share it. How unlike God's plan! After all, why did He call Abraham? That he might be a blessing to the whole world. Why did Jesus die? That the Gospel message might go out to the whole world.
Why has the Lord blessed us? That we might share the Gospel with others. We have no problem praying verse 1: "Oh, be merciful to us and bless us and make Your face shine upon us." But what about verse 2? Do we want to be blessed so that we might be a blessing? That's the reason God blesses us in the first place. Likewise, He answers our prayers so that we might become an answer to someone else's prayer.
The result of making God's salvation known among all the nations is praise. "Let the peoples praise You, O God; let all the peoples praise You" (v. 3). This doesn't mean just the Israelites. Even the Gentiles are included. "Oh, let the nations be glad and sing for joy!" (v. 4). "Let all the peoples praise You" (v. 5).
Notice how the psalm ends: "Then the earth shall yield her increase; God, our own God, shall bless us. God shall bless us, and all the ends of the earth shall fear Him" (vv.6-7). The sequence in this psalm is significant. The psalmist begins by saying, "Lord, bless me so that I may bless others." He does become a blessing to others, so God blesses him again. What a marvelous experience of God's grace.
Call to action - Are you a part of God's sequence of blessing? If you will share, He will bless you so that you may be a blessing. Experience the fullness of His grace by telling others about Him.
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30 Days of Prayer, Praise, & Promise
07/13/2021 - Day 20
READ Psalm 66:8-20
Why the Trials?
This psalm is for the discouraged, "Oh, bless our God, you peoples! And make the voice of His praise to be heard" (v. 8). Why? "Who keeps our soul among the living, and does not allow our feet to be moved" (v. 9). God holds our life in His hand. "In Him we live and move and have our being" (Acts 17:28). So let's praise Him!
"For You, O God, have tested us; You have refined us as silver is refined" (v. 10). The reason God tries us and tests us is to prove us. He's proving nothing to Himself. He knows us from top to bottom. Instead, He's proving something to us. God considers us as valuable as silver, and He puts us into situations that test and strengthen us.
Notice the images in these next two verses. "You brought us into the net; You laid affliction on our backs. You have caused men to ride over our heads; we went through fire and through water; but You brought us out to rich fulfillment" (vv. 11-12). This indicates total defeat. We go through fire and water, but we are brought our into a wealthy place. The word wealthy means "an abundance place, a moist place, a place of running water and fruitfulness" The wilderness of Judea, where David so often found himself, was dry and barren.
The psalmist does not say, "Well, here I am in trouble again." No, he says, "God brought me in, and God's going to bring me through. And when He brings me out, I'm going to be in a wealthy place." God always enriches us when we go through difficulty. He proves us and tries us to make us more like Jesus.
Call to action - The trials of God have a refining and strengthening effect. The result is they make us more like Jesus. Are you discouraged today by trials? Be encouraged that God will see you through and that He will use your trials to build you.
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Just a reminder that DivorceCare will begin a new session on Tuesday, July 20th at 6:30PM at RSUMC.
No matter what the circumstances, divorce is a painful process for most people.
Our goal is not to get you to come to our church, to contribute money or to sell you anything. We understand how deeply people and families are hurt by divorce, and we want you to know about our DivorceCare group. It’s a place where many people
have found that they can begin putting their lives back together again.
We so want you to know that healing and wholeness are possible after separation and/or divorce. Our leaders have been where you are and they know your pain. They are here to offer hope and healing to you!
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or if you would like more
information about DivorceCare. We would welcome the opportunity to meet you!
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Just a reminder that DivorceCare will begin a new session on Tuesday, July 20th at 6:30PM at RSUMC.
No matter what the circumstances, divorce is a painful process for most people. 
Our goal is not to get you to come to our church, to contribute money or to sell you anything. We understand how deeply people and families are hurt by divorce, and we want you to know about our DivorceCare group. It’s a place where many people
have found that they can begin putting their lives back together again. 
We so want you to know that healing and wholeness are possible after separation and/or divorce.  Our leaders have been where you are and they know your pain.  They are here to offer hope and healing to you!
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or if you would like more
information about DivorceCare. We would welcome the opportunity to meet you!

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It has been an awesome DAY 2!! It isn't too late to join us tomorrow night at 5:30PM

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30 Days of Prayer, Praise, & Promise
07/12/2021 - Day 19
READ Psalm 66:1-7
An Invitation
Psalm 66 contains several invitations that are tied to the word come: "come and sing"; "come and see"; and "come and hear". Let's look at the first two invitations.
The first invitation is come and sing, or praise the Lord. "Sing out the honor of His name; make His praise glorious" (v. 2). Sometimes we act as if praise is tedious. Sometimes we praise Him in a tired fashion. But the psalmist asks for glorious praise. Why? "Through the greatness of Your power Your enemies shall submit themselves to You. All the earth shall worship You and sing praises to You" (vv. 3-4). This is missionary zeal. We aren't to praise the Lord by ourselves. We come and sing, and we invite the whole world to join us.
The second invitation is come and see the works of God. Today people call the works of God natural law or scientific law. We try to explain everything, but we can't. Come and see the works of God - what happens in the heavens, what happens in your body, and what happened in history. This is the work of God. I like verse 7: "He rules by His power forever." Satan is not ruling this world system - God is. He is allowing Satan to do some things, but He's going to use even that to glorify Himself. God is ruling by His power, and He will rule forever.
If you want to enjoy today, come and sing. If you've lost your song, come and see the works of the Lord. You'll be singing before long.
Call to action - Have you lost your song of praise? Come and see the works of God; it will restore your song. His works reveal His greatness and His love. If you are walking with the Lord, praise Him and tell others what He is doing in your life.
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30 Days of Prayer, Praise, & Promise
07/11/2021 - Day 18
READ Psalm 65:1-13
The Three Ps
Praise is awaiting You, O God, in Zio; and to You the vow shall be performed" (v. 1). David was a great soldier. But he also was a great singer and a great saint. In spite of difficulties and problems and even dangers, he was able to praise the Lord.
He continues, "O You who hear prayer, to You all flesh will come" (v. 2). Some people only pray. They don't really praise. And yet praise and prayer belong together. Prayer means coming to God and telling Him your needs. David says, "All flesh will come." Anyone who knows the Lord can pray anywhere in the world anytime. All the world can come to God, and all the world can pray.
The more we pray, the more answers we have to praise the Lord for. But sometimes we can't pray because sin is in the way. This is why David says, "Iniquities prevail against me; as for our transgressions, You will provide atonement for them" (v. 3). The more we praise the Lord, the more we see how needy and dirty we are. And so we come for purging, confessing our sin to God.
"Blessed is the man You choose, and cause to approach You, that he may dwell in Your courts. We shall be satisfied with the goodness of Your house, of Your holy temple" (v. 4). That's the experience God wants us to have - to approach Him, to dwell with Him, to be satisfied with Him. How do we do this? By prayer, praise, and purging of sins. Then we will draw near to Him as He draws near to us.
Call to action - Do you have a close relationship with God? You can draw nearer to Him. Confess any sins you may be harboring. Then praise Him and come to Him in prayer.
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Chewie is a VBS Buddy that will be hanging out with our Preschoolers during VBS to help them understand that they are TREASURED by God!

Chewie will be with our Preschoolers each day to make sure they fully understand how special they are to God.

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MEET CHEWIE!

Chewie is a VBS Buddy that will be hanging out with our Preschoolers during VBS to help them understand that they are TREASURED by God!

Chewie will be with our Preschoolers each day to make sure they fully understand how special they are to God.

Join Chewie on July 11 - 14 at 5:30PM at Russell Springs United Methodist Church

30 Days of Prayer, Praise, & Promise
07/10/2021 - Day 17
READ Psalm 64:1-10
Free From Fear
Most of us live relatively safe and secure lives, but David was in exile. He was being hounded by King Saul, who wanted to kill him. Here David prays for protection, and he closes the psalm by saying, "The righteous shall be glad in the LORD, and trust in Him. And all the upright in heart shall glory" (v. 10). We find three key concepts in this verse that encourage us: joy, faith, and glory.
Are you glad in the LORD today? So many times we are not glad because of circumstances.
David prayed, "Hear my voice, O God, in my meditation; preserve my life from fear of the enemy" (v. 1). I would have said, "Preserve my life from the enemy." But David said, "Preserve me from fear of the enemy." In other words, instead of fear, he had faith. Instead of fear, he had joy. Instead of fear, he wanted to bring glory to God.
Most of our problems are not on the outside but on the inside. When the disciples were in the boat in the middle of the Sea of Galilee on a stormy night, Jesus came to them and rebuked them for their unbelief. Their problem wasn't the storm on the outside - it was the storm on the inside. Likewise, your problem today may not be the circumstances around you or the people against you. It may be the fear that's inside you.
"All men shall fear, and shall declare the work of God" (v. 9). David sang praises to the Lord. He was glad in the Lord. He trusted in and gave glory to Him. "All the upright in heart shall glory" (v. 10). It's easy to read this verse but much more difficult to practice it. Take your eyes off the circumstances and put them on the LORD. Trust in His promises, not your own power. And most of all, seek to bring Him all the glory.
Call to action - Fear can rob you of your joy and trust in God. Don't allow fear or circumstances to take your eyes off the Lord. Let the truth of the Word of God control your mind and heart.
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MEET RAYMOND!
Raymond is a VBS Buddy and wants you to know that God chooses you!

Raymond will help you understand that God chooses you by telling you about how God chose Esther to save her people in Esther 2-8.

Raymond's favorite Bible verse is Isaiah 43:1 - "I have called you by name; you are mine."

Join Raymond on July 11 - 14 at 5:30PM at Russell Springs United Methodist Church
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Meet the Treasured VBS Buddies!!
MEET RAYMOND!
Raymond is a VBS Buddy and wants you to know that God chooses you!  

Raymond will help you understand that God chooses you by telling you about how God chose Esther to save her people in Esther 2-8.  

Raymonds favorite Bible verse is Isaiah 43:1 - I have called you by name; you are mine.

Join Raymond on July 11 - 14 at 5:30PM at Russell Springs United Methodist Church

30 Days of Prayer, Praise, & Promise
07/09/2021 - Day 16
READ Psalm 63:1-11
Are You Thirsty?
King David wrote this psalm when he was in the wilderness of Judah. I never really appreciated what he wrote until I myself was in my own wilderness. What a dry and barren place it is! Look at what David wrote: "O God, You are my God; early will I seek You; my soul thirsts for You; my flesh longs for You in a dry and thirsty land where there is no water" (v. 1). In other words, David says, "Here I am in this dry, hot, dangerous wilderness, and I really would love to have some water. However, what I really want is God."
When you find yourself in a dry wilderness situation in life, what do you do? Follow the stages in David's experience. First, he seeks God. He wanted to see God's power and glory as he had seen it in the sanctuary. He wanted to see that wilderness turned into a sanctuary. David had been in the tabernacle. He had seen the glory of God, but he wasn't satisfied with that. We are satisfied to hear about God and sing about Him in church. Then we come to the wilderness. We should be like David and say, "I want to see God's glory through this wilderness experience just as though I were worshiping God in the church service."
Next, he blesses God. "Thus I will bless You while I live" (v. 4). David also is satisfied with God. Satisfaction doesn't come from circumstances on the outside. It comes from blessing on the inside. "When I remember You on my bed, I meditate on You in the night watches" (v. 6). Finally, he rejoices in God. "But the king shall rejoice in God" (v. 11). That's what God wants from us, even in the wilderness.
Call to action - Wilderness experiences are good for you, for they teach you an important truth: You draw satisfaction from blessing on the inside, not from circumstances on the outside. When you face a wilderness experience, follow David's response. God will meet your needs.
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MEET GRACE!
Grace is a VBS Buddy and wants you to know that God forgives you!

Grace will help you understand that God forgives you by telling you about how Jesus reinstates Peter in John 18:1-21:19).

Grace's favorite Bible verse is Nehemiah 9:17 - "But You are a God of forgiveness; gracious and merciful, slow to become angry, and rich in unfailing love."

Join Grace on July 11 - 14 at 5:30PM at Russell Springs United Methodist Church
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MEET GRACE!
Grace is a VBS Buddy and wants you to know that God forgives you!  

Grace will help you understand that God forgives you by telling you about how Jesus reinstates Peter in John 18:1-21:19).  

Graces favorite Bible verse is Nehemiah 9:17 - But You are a God of forgiveness; gracious and merciful, slow to become angry, and rich in unfailing love.

Join Grace on July 11 - 14 at 5:30PM at Russell Springs United Methodist Church
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30 Days of Prayer, Praise, & Promise
07/08/2021 - Day 15
READ Psalm 62:1-12
Triple Assurance
Verses 2, 5, and 12 contain three assurances that help us wait: God is our Salvation. God is our Expectation. God is our Vindication. Let's look closer at these three assurances.
God is our Salvation. David refers to salvation not from sin but from danger. "He only is my rock and my salvation; He is my defense; I shall not be greatly moved" (v. 2). David's enemies were pursuing him as usual. Saul was trying to kill him as usual. And yet David says, "I'm going to wait on the Lord. I'm not going to run around and lose control of myself. I'm going to wait on the Lord because from Him comes my salvation." That's true today also. We live in a dangerous world. We never know what may be just around the corner, but we have the assurance that God is our Rock and our Defense.
God is our Expectation. Where do you look for your expectation? To yourself, your wallet, your checkbook, your friends? Where do you look when the future seems bleak and dark? David looked to God. "My soul, wait silently for God alone, for my expectation is from Him" (v. 5).
God is our Vindication. It relieves us of a great deal of pressure and burden to know that we are not judges but witnesses. We are not here to vindicate ourselves. Our vindication comes from God, "who 'will render to each one according to his deeds'" (Rom. 2:6). Today, as you face difficulties with people or things or circumstances, wait on the Lord. From Him come your salvation, your expectation, and your vindication.
Call to action - In troubled times, how often do you first look to yourself or others for answers before looking to God? If you look to God and wait for Him, He will see you through. Put God first and wait for Him to act on your behalf.
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MEET WILDER!
Wilder is a VBS Buddy and wants you to know that God comforts you!

Wilder will help you understand that God comforts you by telling you about how God reassured King Hezekiah in 2 Kings 18:5-19:34.

Wilder's favorite Bible verse is 2 Corinthians 1:4 - "He comforts us in all our troubles so that we can comfort others."

Join Wilder on July 11 - 14 at 5:30PM at Russell Springs United Methodist Church
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Meet the Treasured VBS Buddies!!
MEET WILDER!
Wilder is a VBS Buddy and wants you to know that God comforts you!  

Wilder will help you understand that God comforts you by telling you about how God reassured King Hezekiah in 2 Kings 18:5-19:34.  

Wilders favorite Bible verse is 2 Corinthians 1:4 - He comforts us in all our troubles so that we can comfort others.

Join Wilder on July 11 - 14 at 5:30PM at Russell Springs United Methodist Church

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30 Days of Prayer, Praise, & Promises
07/07/2021 - Day 14
READ Psalm 61:1-8
The Accomplishments of Prayer
Whenever David found himself in a tight spot, he instinctively turned to God in prayer. Prayer is the natural breath of the believer. It enables you to accomplish what you cannot accomplish by yourself.
First, prayer enables you to reach farther (v.2). David was homesick. Although he was away from Jerusalem, he was not away from God. No matter where you are, you can reach out through prayer and touch the lives of family, friends, and missionaries.
Second, prayer enables you to go higher (v. 2). David was overwhelmed and wrapped in gloom. When he prayed, God lifted him up and put him on a high rock, in a tower that He built for him (v. 3). Prayer puts you on the mountaintop and enables you to get a clear perspective of your situation.
Third, prayer enables you to come closer (v. 4). "The shelter of your wings" is not referring to a mother hen gathering her chicks before a storm breaks; it is talking about getting under the wings of the cherubim in the Holy of Holies. Through Jesus you can enter into the presence of God and dwell under His wings.
Fourth, prayer enables you to grow richer (v. 5). In prayer you draw upon the heritage you have in Jesus Christ (Eph. 1:3).
Fifth, prayer enables you to live fuller (vv.6-7). It's not the length of life that counts but the depth. Prayer puts depth into your life. I pity people who depend upon worldly entertainment instead of the fullness of life in Christ.
Finally, prayer enables you to be happier (v. 8). Prayer and praise always go together. David starts out crying and ends up praising. He starts out praying and ends up rejoicing. Spend time with the Lord in prayer. It will change your life.
Call to action - Evaluate your praying. Is it accomplishing in your life what it accomplished in David's? If not, spend more time in prayer and determine to experience its accomplishment in your life.
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MEET RUBY!

Ruby is a VBS Buddy and Ruby wants you to know that God hears you!

Ruby will help you understand that God hears you by telling you about how David escaped from Saul and then writes psalms to God in 1 Samuel 23:1-14 and Psalm 86.

Ruby's favorite Bible verse is Psalm 116:1 - "I love the Lord because He hears my voice and my prayers for mercy."

Join Ruby on July 11 - 14 at 5:30PM at Russell Springs United Methodist Church
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Meet the Treasured VBS Buddies!!
MEET RUBY!

Ruby is a VBS Buddy and Ruby wants you to know that God hears you!  

Ruby will help you understand that God hears you by telling you about how David escaped from Saul and then writes psalms to God in 1 Samuel 23:1-14 and Psalm 86.  

Rubys favorite Bible verse is Psalm 116:1 - I love the Lord because He hears my voice and my prayers for mercy.

Join Ruby on July 11 - 14 at 5:30PM at Russell Springs United Methodist Church

30 Days of Prayer, Praise, & Promises
07/06/2021 - Day 13
READ Psalm 61:1-8
Feel Like Giving Up?
When his son Absalom rebelled against him, David had to flee from Jerusalem to save his life. Out of that experience, he wrote this psalm. "Hear my cry, O God; attend to my prayer. From the end of the earth I will cry to You, when my heart is overwhelmed; lead me to the Rock that is higher than I. For You have been a shelter for me, a strong tower from the enemy" (vv. 1-3).
David was asking for God's help and strength. He may have been in a cave when he wrote these words or hiding in a shelter in the wilderness. We don't know. But his true Rock was God. His true Shelter and his true Strong Tower was God. It's good to know that when we are away from the safety of home and city, we still have the safety of the Lord.
David was abiding. "I will abide in Your tabernacle forever; I will trust in the shelter of Your wings" (v. 4). This means the Holy of Holies, where the wings of the cherubim overshadowed the Ark of the Covenant. We might ask, "How can you abide in the tabernacle, David, when you're out there in the wilderness? You're running away." He would say, "My God is always with me. As long as I abide in Him, I am abiding in His tabernacle." David realized he didn't need city walls for protection. God was his Rock. He didn't need the tabernacle for his worship. God was his Tabernacle.
David was rejoicing. "So I will sing praise to Your name forever, that I may daily perform my vows" (v. 😎. When you bring your requests to the Lord and rely on Him, you discover you can rejoice in Him. "For You, O God, have heard my vows...You will prolong the king's life (v.5). God answered David's prayer.
What is God to you? Is He your Rock, your Shelter, your Strong Tower, your Tabernacle? Are you trusting Him to meet your specific needs today?
Call to Action - God never intended that His people "throw in the towel". Remember these truths. You can always rejoice in God's protection. Apply the truths of this psalm to your situation today.
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MEET POGO!

Pogo is a VBS Buddy and Pogo wants you to know that God knows you! Pogo will help you understand that God knows you by telling you about how God identified David as the future king in 1 Samuel 16:1-13.

Pogo's favorite Bible verse is Psalm 139:1 - "O Lord, You have examined my heart and know everything about me."

Join Pogo on July 11 - 14 at 5:30PM at Russell Springs United Methodist Church
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MEET POGO!

Pogo is a VBS Buddy and Pogo wants you to know that God knows you!  Pogo will help you understand that God knows you by telling you about how God identified David as the future king in 1 Samuel 16:1-13.  

Pogos favorite Bible verse is Psalm 139:1 - O Lord, You have examined my heart and know everything about me.

Join Pogo on July 11 - 14 at 5:30PM at Russell Springs United Methodist Church

30 Days of Prayer, Praise & Promises
07/05/2021 - Day 12
READ Psalm 60:1-12
Fighting Battles
About the time one problem is solved, another one begins. That's the situation David found himself in when he wrote this psalm. He was leading one battle and praying about another. In your own battles, seek to imitate David's four responses in this psalm.
First, he surveys the situation (vv. 1-3). David always looked at situations through the eyes of a poet. He pictures this predicament as a sudden flood, an earthquake, and staggering, drunken people. David thinks God will prevent the Moabites from invading the land, but He allows them to come in. David then asks the Lord to forgive and restore the people and stop the flood. The Jews think the mountains and the earth are sure and steadfast, but David feels everything trembling and breaking open. He sees the people staggering as though drunk. The cup of wrath, of judgment, has come.
Second, he lifts the banner of God's truth (vv. 4-5). David fought these wars because he was God's king and the Israelites were God's people. We need to realize that even though there are problems, struggles, and battles in life, God still loves us. (Romans. 8:35). His love cannot change and will not fail, no matter how we feel. David lifts the banner of God's truth. That is one of God's names: THE LORD IS MY BANNER. (Exodus 17:15). David was capable, but he was depending on God's right hand. The Lord rallies His troops around His banner.
Third, he listens to the Commander (vv. 6-8). David knew he was second in command, for God was the leader of the armies of Israel. God says, "Wherever you go in Israel, it all belongs to Me; I own the land. So stop worrying." When David heard the Commander talk like that, he knew he didn't have to be afraid.

Call to action - On whose strength do you draw, the Lord's or your own, will determine victory or defeat. If you let Him lead, He will take you to victory.
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30 Days of Prayer, Praise & Promises
Day 11 - 07/04/2021
READ: PSALM 60:1-12
AFTER THE VICTORY
Through God we will do valiantly, for it is He who shall tread down our enemies (v. 12). Psalm 60 is unusual because David didn't write it in the midst of trouble. So many of his psalms were written from a cave or a battlefield. But this psalm was written after a great victory. The army had achieved a tremendous victory in Edom for the people of God.
What do we learn from this psalm? First, we must be cautious after a victory. "O God, You have cast us off; You have broken us down: You have been displeased; oh, restore us again!" (v. 1). David was crying out to God and saying, "O God, we have just won a great victory. But there are battles yet to fight." Some of God's great people had their biggest defeats after their victories. Elijah won a great victory on Mount Carmel, and then he became discouraged and suffered a great defeat. We must be careful to win the victory after we have won the battle.
Second, we are always carrying God's banner. Even after the victory has ended, we are still His ambassadors. "You have given a banner to those who fear You, that it may be displayed because of the truth" (v. 4). We carry a banner of truth because we are standing for the Word of God. After we've won the victory, let's not put down the banner. Let's continue to carry it to the glory of God.
Third, we must give God the glory. David gave Him all of the glory for what He had done. It's so easy to claim the victory for yourself. It's so easy after the victory to say, "This is what I have done." Pride moves in, and that can lead to defeat.

Call to Action - One of your most vulnerable times comes after God has given you a victory, for you may let down your guard. And the devil stands poised to attack again. How do you seal the victory? Always carry the banner of God and be sure to give Him the glory. The next time God gives you a victory, stay grounded in the truth of His Word and avoid entertaining any prideful thoughts. God deserves all the glory.
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30 Days of Prayer, Praise & Promises
Day 10 - 07/03/2021
READ Psalm 59:1-17
DEFENSE AND DELIVERANCE
Have you ever had to escape danger by going out a window? Paul escaped from Damascus that way (Acts 9), and David through a window as well (1 Sam. 19). One day David went home and discovered that he was being spied on. His wife let him down through a window, and he escaped from his enemies. As we read this psalm, we notice four assurances that kept David going:
First, David knows that God sees, so he prays (vv. 1-5). David needed to be defended and delivered. His enemies were lying about him. Suffering is hard to take when you haven't done anything wrong. But God is on the throne and is watching us. He knows our difficulties. The next time you're in trouble, remember that God sees you. Pray to Him - He's listening.
Second, David is sure that God hears, so he waits (vv. 6-9). While we wait, God accomplishes many things, and we regain our strength (v. 9; Isa. 40:31).
Third, David is sure that God rules, so he trusts (vv. 10-13). God meets David with mercy and the enemy with judgment. David prays that God will scatter his enemies, stop them, and consume them.
Fourth, David is sure that God delivers, so he sings (vv. 14-17). We cannot always stop people's actions. Davis' wife warned him that he had to leave or he would be dead by morning (1 Sam. 19:11), yet he was able to sing about God's mercy in the morning (v. 16). Always thank God after He answers prayer.

Call to Action - How do you exercise your faith when the enemy is pursuing? Respond by praying, waiting, trusting, and singing.
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30 Days of Prayer, Praise, & Promises
Day 9 - 07/02/2021
READ Psalm 59:1-17
WHO'S WATCHING YOU?
Have you ever been in a public place and noticed that someone was watching you? I've been in restaurants when I have said to my dining partner, "Those people at that table keep watching us. I wonder if we know them." It usually turns out that we don't know them, and they don't know us, but maybe we look like someone they know.
In this psalm, David records his experience when Saul's men were watching his house. They wanted to arrest and kill him. But David was rejoicing in the Lord. He was singing in a time of danger. And he was crying out to the Lord for mercy.
What God is to you determines what He does for you. "I will sing of Your power" (vs. 16). David knew that God is a God of power. Saul could not overthrow Him. "I will sing aloud of Your mercy" (v. 16). That's what David needed more than anything else. We need to pray all day long that the mercy of God will sustain us. David discovered mercy in the morning (v. 16). Start your day by singing to the Lord and drawing upon His mercy.
"To You, O my Strength...God is my defense" (v. 17). Those are words of security and dependability. When God is your Power, when God gives you mercy, when God is your Strength and Defense, then you can face any enemy. You can face any circumstance because God is going to see you through!
Call to Action - God responds according to your faith and surrounds you with His mercy. Is yours the kind of faith that can sing to Him in times of danger? The next time you face threatening circumstances, trust the Lord. He will protect you and deliver you from your enemies.
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Neighborhood Movie NightJul 30, 7:00pmRussell Springs United Methodist ChurchCome and join us for the 2nd Neighborhood Movie Night!
We will meet in the parking lot around 7 and we will be serving up some popcorn, snow cones, and fun! We will be showing the all-time favorite classic movie Charlotte's Web. Bring your blankets, lawn chairs, or whatever you choose to sit on.
We can't wait to share this evening with you and your family! Invite your neighbors and come on out for a free night of family time together!
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