Posts from April 2020

Goodness of God

Verse 1 I love You Lord Oh Your mercy never fails me All my days I’ve been held in Your hands From the moment that I wake up Until I lay my head I will sing of the goodness of God Chorus All my life You have been faithful All my life You have been so, so good With every breath that I am able I will sing of the goodness of God Verse 2 I love Your voice You…

Struggling with God

Light from the Hill Monday, April 20, 2020 Struggling with God   WHAT:     READ THE TEXT:  John 21:1-19 SO WHAT:    REFLECT ON THE TEXT: 1. Power of Personality Everyone who is of the church and everyone called to lead in the church will, at times, wrestle with God because of our shortcomings and failings. Yet, take encouragement in knowing that the Lord ministers to us amid our fears and doubts, just as He did with Peter.Peter often spoke and acted before…

That You Might Believe

Light from the Hill Sunday, April 12, 2020 That You May Believe What:     Read the Text:  John 20:30-31 So What:     Reflect on the Text:      John writes his gospel so that you may believe the Good News of Christ. Prior to this text, we see four different accounts in chapter 20 of individuals who come to believe in the resurrection of the Lord. 1. The Searching:  What are you running after? Mary Magdalene had discovered, with a few other women, that Jesus…

King Of Kings

King Of Kings From: “That You May Believe – Easter Service” Service “King of Kings” Performed by Laura Osborn © Hillsong Music Publishing (APRA) Writer(s): Brooke Ligertwood, Scott Ligertwood, and Jason Ingram Used by permission CCLI License #832789 Recorded April 11, 2020, at Winstanley Baptist Church in Fairview Heights, Illinois. For more information find us at winbap.org Find us on Roku, Facebook, Vimeo, and Youtube

Take your pick

Light from the Hill Friday, April 10, 2020 Take your pick WHAT:     READ THE TEXT:  John 18:33-19:6a SO WHAT:     REFLECT ON THE TEXT: Pontius Pilate was the governor that Tiberius, the second Roman emperor, had appointed to oversee Judea. Twice in our text, Pilate declares about Jesus before the crowd, “I find no fault in this man.” The issue is never whether or not Jesus was innocent or guilty. The issue is what Pilate would choose when he was…
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