Sunset Friday 26/10/2018: 19:47

Sunrise Sabbath 13/10/2018: 06:22


This Sabbath – 27 October, 2018

Pr Jean-Noel Adeline 


Sermon: “His Own People”

“It is love of self that destroys our peace. While self is all alive, we stand ready continually to guard it from mortification and insult;
but when we are dead, and our life is hid with Christ in God, we shall not take neglects or slights to heart. We shall be deaf to reproach and
blind to scorn and insult.” Mount of Blessing, p 16
“Those who are dead to self will not feel so readily and will not be prepared to resist everything which may irritate. Dead men cannot feel.
You are not dead. If you were, and your life were hid in Christ, a thousand things which you now notice, and which afflict you, would be
passed by as unworthy of notice; you would then be grasping the eternal and would be above the petty trials of this life.”
Testimonies, Vol 2, p 425


Sunset Sabbath 13/10/2018: 19:47


WORSHIP ORDER of SERVICE, 13 October 2018

Time Dur. Role Song/Item Person/People
1055 2 mins Invocation Song #330 – Take My Life and Let It Be Worship Team 4
1057 4 mins Welcome & Prayer   Elvis Mushambi
1101 3 mins Worship Song #1 #520 – He Hideth My Soul Worship Team 4
1104 2 mins Worship Song #2 #462 – Blessed Assurance Worship Team 4
1106 2 mins Worship Song #3 #213 – Jesus Is Coming Again Worship Team 4
1108 2 mins Prayer Song #499 – What A Friend We Have In Jesus Worship Team 4
1110 4 min Congregational Prayer   Philip Gardner
1114 1 min Offering Building Fund  
1115 3 mins Offering Song #341 – To God Be The Glory Worship Team 4
1118 1 min Offering Prayer    Elvis Mushambi
1119 6 mins Kid’s Time Story   Angelia Reynolds
1125 60 min Sermon “I, a righteous versus Me, a sinner” Pr. Jean-Noel Adeline
1225 3 mins Closing Hymn #214 – We Have This Hope Worship Team 4
1228 1 min Benediction    Pr. Jean-Noel Adeline

Thank you for your contribution today!!!



Upcoming Sabbath Services:

Sabbath, November 17, 2018

Pr. Nick Cross

Sermon: How God uses ordinary disciples in different corners of our large South-Pacific Division