Who hasn't learned that our human promises are usually pretty flimsy? We promise many things, often with the best of intentions, yet so many of them come up far short. “This product comes with a lifetime guarantee…,” but the company did go out of business two months after we bought it. But when God makes a promise, he keeps it. He is the only one in the universe who is the totally loyal and reliable Promise Keeper. So what is it

Scripture Reference: My God sent his angel, and he shut the mouths of the lions. They have not hurt me, because I was found innocent in his sight. Nor have I ever done any wrong before you, Your Majesty.” Daniel 6:22 Related Scripture Reference: Daniel 6 Objectives: To remind children that God will protect them regardless of the danger. Even if God doesn’t protect them from the danger, he will keep them safe through it. (Make sure children understand this doesn’t mean

Praise Songs Forever Give thanks to the Lord, our God and King His love endures forever For He is good, He is above all things His love endures forever Sing praise, sing praise With a mighty hand and outstretched arm His love endures forever For the life that's been reborn His love endures forever Sing praise, sing praise Sing praise, sing praise Forever, God is faithful Forever, God is strong Forever, God is with us Forever, forever, forever From the rising to the setting sun His love endures forever And by the grace of God, we will carry on His

By Martin Wiles, Guest Author Scripture: David replied to the Philistine, “You come to me with sword, spear, and javelin, but I come to you in the name of the Lord of Heaven’s Armies.” 1 Samuel 17:45 Related Scripture Reference: 1 Samuel 17 Objective: To teach children that God is bigger and more powerful than any giant they will ever face. For the Teacher: The account of David and Goliath is a familiar Bible story. Ask the children or youth how many of them have heard

I will sing of the steadfast love of the Lord, forever; with my mouth I will make known your faithfulness to all generations. - Psalm 89 Do you feel that whatever is going on in your life is just too great or too much for you to handle? When the ancient Hebrews faced a big problem, it was customary for them to look up into the night sky and to contemplate the immense size of the universe and the unimaginable power of

Sunday, 19 April YouTube @ 16:00 hrs Worship Sermon: What Is There to Fear? Scripture: Psalm 27 Pastor John Snyder, preaching SF Sunday Virtual Worship Service on YouTube YouTube Live Link: : Subscribe to the SF YouTube Channel, hit the subscribe button at: Starnberg Fellowship Zoom Meetup - Sunday Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 981 145 966 A time to connect with each other after worship. Please note: Due to Zoom security concerns, we understand if you don't wish to join the Zoom meetings.  _____________ MUSIC & LYRICS Joy of the Lord   Though the tears may fall My

“Jesus wept,” are some of the most powerful words that we find in Scripture. Jesus is weeping at the death of Lazarus, even though he knows he’s about to raise him from the dead. So why is he weeping when inexpressible joy and the most astonishing miracle in his ministry is about to occur? Jesus could well have said to Lazarus’ sisters, Mary and Martha, “Why are you grieving so much? I’m about to show you how little a thing death is.” But

If you were asked to associate one word each for the four days from Maundy Thursday to Easter Sunday, what would those four words be? For me, they are as follows: Maundy Thursday – Love  A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. –John 13:34 Jesus’ new commandment is intended for the disciples’ welfare, for them to enjoy lives of meaning and purpose. In his ministry, he gives us a model

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