Wednesday Night Service
Wednesday Evening Service - Sep. 8th, 2021
It’s a dangerous place to be when we have unrepented sin. Tonight Evangelist Jimmy Swaggart and the panel read from Revelation 10:8-11, discussing the little book in the hand of Jesus in Revelation; all believer’s names will be found in the Lamb’s Book of Life. The panel agrees, that to be in the book, we must have repented of our sin, and accepted Christ as our Savior. Discussing justification by faith, Brother Muzzerall explains the difference between conviction of sin verses condemnation. Conviction of sin will draw us to the love of our Heavenly Father. A believer will often recognize sin in their life and will have conviction to confess it to God. Gone at last, gone at last, thank God my sins are gone at last.
P&W Leader: B.J. Pons
When We All Get To Heaven
Highway To Heaven
You Deserve The Glory
AFTER PW: Going To The Meeting
SPECIAL: This Could Be The Day
SOLOIST: Kim Coleman
OFFERING: I Know My Lord's Gonna Lead Me Out
ALTAR: Amazing Grace
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