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KJV verse of the week:

And he bearing his cross went forth into a place called the place of a skull, which is called in the Hebrew Golgotha: Where they crucified him, and two other with him, on either side one, and Jesus in the midst.  And Pilate  wrote a title, and put in on the cross.  And the writing was JESUS OF NAZARETH THE KING OF THE JEWS.      John 19:17-19

An independent, fundamental, KJV, Baptist,

hymn singing, soulwinning church


Redeemed Baptist Church was founded in 1994 by Pastor French Jenkins.

 156 Fallen Timbers Rd.

Lake Lynn, PA 15451


REDEEMED BAPTIST CHURCH

APRIL 2019

Calendar for:

Sunday School (Adult & Youth) 10 am

Sunday Worship 11 am

Wednesday Bible Study/Youth Night 7 pm


11th

Point Manor Nursing Home Service

7pm

19th

Communion at the church

7pm

21st

Sunrise Service followed by covered dish breakfast and Morning Worship at 11am

7am

April

Morning

Evening

15

I Samuel 17-18

Luke 5:1-10

16

I Samuel 19-21

Luke 5:11-32

17

I Samuel 22-24

Luke 16:1-18

18

I Samuel 25-26

Luke 16:19-31

19

I Samuel 27-29

Luke 17:1-19

20

I Samuel 30-31

Luke 17:20-37

21

II Samuel 1-3

Luke 18:1-17







Daily Bible Readings

Where there is no vision,

the people perish.


    Proverbs 29:18


“We owe all to Jesus crucified. What is your life, my brethren, but the cross? Whence comes the bread of your soul but from the cross? What is your joy but the cross? What is your delight, what is your heaven, but the Blessed One, once crucified for you, who ever liveth to make intercession for you? Cling to the cross, then, put both arms around it! Hold to the Crucified, and never let Him go. Come afresh to the cross at this moment, and rest there now and for ever! Then, with the power of God resting upon you, go forth and preach the cross! Tell out the story of the bleeding Lamb. Repeat the wondrous tale, and nothing else. Never mind how you do it, only proclaim that Jesus died for the sinner.”

                                            ― Charles H. Spurgeon 1834-1892