Shiloh Presbyterian Church
Audio Worship Service
Sunday 11:30 am
Landline Dial: 1(712)832-8700
Mobile Dial: (712)832-5558
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Clerk Of Session J. Peter Wolf, Jr. at 610-932-9256 or email@example.com
The ministry of Shiloh Presbyterian Church
is committed to serving the church family and
community through sharing God's Love, and by
developing and nourishing spiritual growth
with the help of the Holy Spirit
During this pandemic when we sometimes have periods of wonder, uncertainty, and doubt, we reflect on the story of Thomas, one of the 12 disciples of Jesus Christ. (John 20:19-29). After the resurrection, the other disciples were afraid and gathered together behind locked doors. The disciples were living in their worst fear. Yet Jesus appeared and stood among them restoring their faith and said, “Peace be with you,” as he showed them his hands and his feet. When he returned again, Jesus didn’t rebuke Thomas for doubting or needing proof, but invited him to experience his presence by touching his wounds. Then he proclaimed, “My Lord and my God! Thomas desperately wanted to trust and his friends kept him close holding him up even through his uncertainty. They all realized the promise of the resurrection was true.
Jesus doesn’t leave us.
Be assured when things look bad in our darkest hour,
the Spirit of God will move and “Jesus will fix it!”
“Peace Be With You.”
If the Son, therefore, shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed.
As we look back at this country’s freedom from England in 1776,
and as we celebrate with cookouts and fireworks, there is happiness in the air.
But are we really free? Only our trust in the Lord will make us truly free.
After you have suffered for a little while, the God of all Grace,
who has called you to his eternal glory in Christ, will himself restore,
support, strengthen, and establish you.
1 Peter 5:10
There are times that we don’t know what to say when our friends and
loved ones are facing serious illness or possible death. We want to be
able to encourage and comfort them. Lord, help us to let your light shine
so that they will feel your love and know that YOU will always be with them.
Whoever serves must do so with the strength that God supplies, so
that God may be glorified in all things through Jesus Christ.
1 Peter 4:11
Sometimes we get weary from well doing, but God will strengthen our spirits when
we are weak and need encouragement. Our faith is strengthened as we serve and
glorify him. However small, good deeds can change things and make a difference.
Do not fear or be afraid…is there any god besides me?
There is no other rock; I know not one.
It is good to know that God is our only rock. Some people try to get the
strength they need from other things concerning their physical or mental
health. We must look to our Heavenly Father first and put our hope in him.
The Lord has given us a foundation on which to build our confidence in Him. So we may boldly say, “The Lord is my Helper; I will not fear.
When we attempt to step out of our comfort zone and face challenges, it’s His
strength that carries us through the planning, keeps us focused and leads to success.
Each time we call on Him our relationship grows stronger and our faith is increased.
We have courage in God’s presence, because we are sure that he hears
us if we ask him for anything that is according to his will.
1 John 5:14
Thanks be to God for this assurance. “We know that the Son of God has come
and given us understanding, so that we know and live in union with the true God.
Love is made perfect in us in order that we may have courage on the
Judgment Day…There is no fear in love; perfect love drives out all fear.
1 John 4:17-18
This is how the Spirit of Love gives us confidence, even to eternal life because
He sent his only son so that our sins might be forgiven and we might have life…
Jesus said to his disciples, “Teach them to obey everything I have
commanded you; and I will be with you always.”
Our church name has been changed to “Shiloh.” God wants us to have peace in
our hearts—no contention, no self-centeredness, no self-exultation. We pray for
the Prince of Peace to be with us now. Peace means quietness and harmony.
"SPC Daily Bread For the Year 2016"
Scriptures and Interpretation composed by The Adult Bible Study Family
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Our Youth Program on Sunday, June 14th was blessed
with the voices of some prior Oxford Area High School
Thank you to the following individuals for coming back
and sharing from your life experiences with our youth:
We also want to thank our youngest speaker, Mikayla Udqah (promoted to Second Grade)
O God, we pray and beseech you to guide and protect our youth
from the dangers that are ever present in our world today.
Be with them, as they experience both sickness and health,
sorrow and joy, loneliness and friendship, success, and failure.
Gracious God, give to them the courage and strength to make the
right decisions as they journey through life.
Through the power of the Holy Spirit, may they come to know
and experience your loving care.
We make this our prayer through Jesus Christ Our Lord. Amen
Blessings to Each of You
Shiloh Members and Friends
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