Sunday Morning Service - Jun. 21, 2020
Family Worship Center Sunday Morning Service • 22-Jun-2020
THERE’S HOPE IN JESUS CHRIST FOR MONDAY-Today Bishop Tim Hill, from the Church of God International, in Cleveland Tennessee preaches from 2 Kings Chapter 6 and Chapter 7. He tells us perilous times need to meet Pentecost. Pastor Hill tells us, when a world in crisis, meets a church in revival change will happen. He shares the stories, within these two chapters, that point us to the Cross of Christ. He shares how the axe head falls into the water and the prophet Elisha throws in a wooden stick and the axe head floats to the surface; symbolic of how when the Cross is lifted up the anointing will return. He shares, how despite the facts of our reality, when our eyes are opened in the Spiritual sense, we see the truth that greater is He that is in us. Brother Hill preaches how the King of Syria creates a manmade famine with his strategy of containment, just as the church has been experiencing the last four months through COVID19. Brother Hill says, by this time tomorrow, the famine will be over. Go toward the aroma of victory, and we will leave behind the famine, as the Gospel goes forth.
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