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Pastor Post - September 2, 2020

Hey FBC family! 

I’m praying for you to have a great September, as we speed toward Labor Day and the fall.  

This Sunday will be our last message in Summer in the Psalms.  I have so enjoyed this series, walking with you through some of the Psalms, and especially seeing how Christ is right in the center of the Psalms.  Thanks for your wonderful feedback on this series.  It warms my heart and encourages me to know that God is moving in your hearts.  

So this Sunday we will finish the series by looking at Psalm 133, and talk about, “When God’s People Dwell In Unity.”  I am thankful for the sweet unity of our church…something we must always cherish and guard. 

Psalm 133 is just three beautiful verses, each of them incredibly rich in meaning.  We will savor the heavenly nectar from each one this Sunday.  This Psalm, like all the Psalms, displays the good news of the gospel.  We will see how all three Persons of the Trinity model the kind of harmony God’s people should strive to have.  We will see something powerful about the anointing of the Holy Spirit, and the heart of our Father in sending his Son.  It’s all here in Psalm 133.  I believe it will bless you and refresh you.  Pray for God to meet with us in power.  

I’ll see you this Sunday, in-person at 8:30 or 10 or by livestream at 10.  Sorry we had some technical difficulties with the livestream this past Sunday.  We believe we have fixed what caused the problem.  But remember, all our sermons are archived.  You can go back and see any Sunday message – including this past Sunday – by going to our website, our app, or our Facebook page.  Also, if you subscribe to our podcast, the sermon will automatically download onto your phone each week.  If you need help accessing any of this, or if you would like a DVD or a CD, simply call our church office and we would love to help you! 

Looking forward to this Sunday and to a new church year.

By His Grace, For His Glory, To The Nations, 

Dr. Thurman Hayes, Jr.