We are unique among Churches Springfield Virginia…
We are one of the growing churches in Springfield Virginia and we invite you to join us this Christmas as we celebrate the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ! Bring your family to our Sunday services and get involved as we come together in the House of the Lord this holiday season.
We are a church called by God to minister salvation in this end time. Beloved, the coming of Lord has never been as close as we feel today, it is for this reason that we believe the Lord has brought you to this site to be part of His end time move. We don’t deserve to be where we are today, but God through His abundant mercy and Grace has turned the lives of sinners like us around, to use us to transform, live, and prepare many for the second coming of Christ. We believe and trust God that you open up to this amazing move.
“Repent, then, and turn to God so that your sins may be wiped out, that time of refreshing may come from the Lord” – Acts 3:19
May God richly bless you.
Your Word for Today
Be open to advice
Wednesday 6th September 2017
‘The wise listen to advice.’ Proverbs 12:15
When you ‘don’t know what you don’t know,’ you are vulnerable to making mistakes. You may know a lot, but you don’t know all there is to know. So you should always seek and be open to good input.
Professional golfers play with a caddy. And the caddy is more than just a carrier of clubs; he or she is there for support and valuable advice. Tommy Bolt was one of the greatest golfers of all time. But he had a major flaw: a terrible temper. One year when he was playing in a tournament in Southern California, he was still angry because of a bad round he had had the day before. So he told his caddy only to say, ‘Yes, Mr. Bolt,’ or ‘No, Mr. Bolt,’ if he was asked a question. Otherwise he was to keep quiet. Bolt hit his first tee shot and it appeared to come to rest behind a tree. When he reached the spot, he asked his caddy, ‘Do you think I should hit a five-iron?’ The caddy, obeying orders, simply replied, ‘No, Mr. Bolt.’ Bolt hit the five-iron anyway, and made an unbelievable shot that landed on the green a few feet from the hole. He turned to his caddy and proudly said, ‘What do you think about that shot?’ As the caddy picked up the bag and headed toward the green, he simply said, ‘That wasn’t your ball, Mr. Bolt.’
If you don’t want to finish up making mistakes you will regret, be open to advice – and follow it. The Bible says, ‘The way of fools seems right to them, but the wise listen to advice’ (Proverbs 12:15).
Have a Brighter Day.