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For joy to be complete, it must be shared!  Ps 34- Come taste and see that the Lord is good!!  Blessing God can seem confusing to our modern ear.  When you bless God, you recognize and praise God for who he is. You are not giving him anything as if God was an insecure teenager who needed affirmation. But you are saying, “Lord, you are blessed!” When we magnify God together, we are not making him greater, but we are setting his greatness before our eyes and praising him for it. This means that worship is the most sane and rational thing we can do. We see reality, we see the greatness of God, and we align our hearts with the truth.  Come join us in our joy in Christ!

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  • Heidelberg Q. 112. What is required in the ninth commandment?
    A. I must not give false testimony against anyone, twist no one's words, not gossip or slander, nor condemn or join in condemning anyone rashly and unheard. Rather, I must avoid all lying and deceit as the devil's own works, under penalty of God's heavy wrath. In court and everywhere else, I must love the […]

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Therefore, stay awake, for you do not know on what day your Lord is coming.
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A Word From our Elders

As the month of June sneaks up on us it is hard to believe that 2024 is almost at the halfway point. It seems like Spring just started and now in the month of June we will celebrate Father’s Day and the first day of Summer! The hot days of Summer 2024 will be upon us! As always, we invite each of you to join us in Sunday school at 9:30am as we continue our current class structure for another quarter.

We will be having many activities at OGBC this month in June. The month kicks off with First Sunday lunch and the return of the Men’s Bake-Off. So, men dust off the baking pans and show us what you can do! Bring your “A” game because it usually gets pretty serious and a lot of fun. OGBC will also be having VBS “Breaker Rock Beach” the first week of June and it is always a great time. Please be praying for the kids that will be attending as well as those who will working and volunteering for VBS this year. 

The last few weeks one word has stuck out in my mind with life situations happening around me with our family, co-workers and just life in general. That word is “GRACE”. I think often about the “GRACE” that God has showed me in my life and through the love of Christ the “GRACE” that we can show others. We cannot do it on our own no matter how much we want to. If we are being honest with ourselves most times we don’t want to show “GRACE” that others need.

In him we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of sins, in accordance with the riches of God’s grace that he lavished on us. With all wisdom and understanding,
Ephesians 1:7-8

From a devotional by Alistair Begg that I read earlier this month:

The grace of God for His people knows no bounds and remains within no limits. To know the truth of this, we need look to nowhere else than the cross of Christ, by which “we have redemption through his blood.”
In the book of Exodus, God instituted the Passover, which painted a picture of freedom bought at a price. He instructed the Israelites to sacrifice a family lamb and spread its blood across their doorposts to prevent a visit from the angel of death as he passed through Egypt. The residents of each of those faithful households avoided God’s judgment of the death of the firstborn son only because a lamb had died in his place (Exodus 12:3-13).

As he considers this, Paul is moved to exclaim, “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ!” (Ephesians 1:3). Considering God’s grace should always move us to praise. But notice the phrase Paul uses in verses 7-8: “the riches of his grace, which he lavished upon us.” God’s grace is torrential. It is overwhelming. He has poured it out over each one of His children, holding nothing back. And He will continue to do so for eternity.

Imagine you have just finished your meal in a high-end restaurant and someone picks up your check, saying, “I’ve got you covered—I’ll pay.” That’s what God has said to you on the grandest scale imaginable. He isn’t saying there is no payment to be made. He’s saying He has already made the payment. God’s grace is beyond all limits, extending further than the eye can see or the heart can grasp. So, although as you look back on the last day or week, you will know that you are sinful, you can also know this: you cannot sin as much as God can forgive, and you can be confident that He who began a good work in us will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ (Philippians 1:6). You will enjoy the experience of grace upon grace upon grace for all eternity.

‘Twas grace that brought me safe thus far,
And grace will lead me home.

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Sunday

  • Sunday School
    – 9:30 AM
  • Morning Service
    – 10:30 AM
  • Bible Study
    – 5:00 PM

Wednesday

  • Evening Worship Service
    – 6:30 PM

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