Sunday Morning Service - May 15th, 2022
Family Worship Center Sunday Morning Service • 15-May-2022
THE LOST COIN- Today at Family Worship Center, Pastor John Maasbach from The Hague, Holland preaches from Luke 15:8-10 looking to the parables of Christ that teach us to have care and compassion for the lost. In the parable of the lost coin, the woman searching for the coin is likened to the church seeking the value in a lost soul. Jesus died for all who are lost, and is the shepherd who finds us and carries us into safety. Brother Maasbach shares also the parable of the lost son and how the father waits for him with open arms. God is a good father who does not forget that which is lost; we, the church, have the Holy Spirit to remind us to keep searching for the lost. The world may be dark, but the light of the gospel can shine to find that which is lost. The woman rejoices when the coin is found.
The Haven Of Rest
Love Lifted Me
He Touched Me
Open The Eyes Of My Heart
Won’t We Have A Time
Come And Go With Me
Draw Me Close To You
Our God Reigns
I’ve Never Been This Homesick Before
I Am Not Ashamed
Jesus Got A Hold Of My Life
Great Is Thy Faithfulness
I Saw The Light
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