SERMON NOTES Sermon Series: Life Worth Dying For “That’s What Friends are For” Philippians 2:19-30 Main Point: When you look out for the ___________________________ of ________________________________________, you look out for the ____________________________ of ____________________________. How do we look out for each other? Be ___________________________________________ in each other Be ________________________________________about each other Have a ____________________ to __________________ one another WEEKLY CALENDAR SUNDAY 11/8 8:30 Worship Service 9:45 Bible Study 10:55 Worship 4:00 Acteens 4:30 Facilities & Grounds Comm. 5:00 Benevolent Committee 5:00 AWANA 6:00 Youth Worship 6:00 Evening Worship & Business Meeting 8:00 The NET MONDAY 11/9 Noon Angel Food Deadline 6:00 Youth Monday Night Football & Bible Study TUESDAY 11/10 9:00 Mother’s Day Out 7:00 Ladies Bible Study Esther: It’s Tough Being a Woman 7:00 Personnel Committee WEDNESDAY 11/11 9:00 Mother’s Day Out 9:00 Friendship International 9:00 Ladies Bible Study Me, Myself and Lies 5:00 Fall into Friendship 5:30 Fellowship Supper 5:30 Worship Team Rehearsal 6:30 Prayer Meeting 6:30 Children’s Choirs 6:30 Prime Time 6:30 Kids First Committee 7:30 Sanctuary Choir Rehearsal 7:30 BF&S Committee THURSDAY 11/12 9:00 Mother’s Day Out Noon Community Prayer Time 2:00 Home Ministry Visitation 7:00 Chemical Dependency Group FRIDAY 11/13 7:00 Youth Breakfast Club Noon Ladies Bible Study Esther: It’s Tough Being a Woman 3 Models of friendship _________________________: the ______________________friend HOW TO JOIN FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH _________________________: the ______________________ friend _________________________: the ______________________ friend Sermon Sources: Sam uses the Holman Christian Standard Bible New American Commentary Philippians, Melick Dictionary of Paul and His Letters, Hawthorne Holman New Testament Commentary Philippians, Anders An Introduction to the New Testament, Carson and Moo The Cradle, the Cross, and the Crown, Kostenberger Laugh Again, Swindoll Thru the Bible, McGee Holman Bible Dictionary Biblegateway.com The Bible tells us Christ loved the church and gave Himself for it (Eph. 5:25b); it also records that as people were saved they were added (joined) to the church (Acts 2:47b). God wants believers to be part of a local church. Here are ways to become a member of our church. By Baptism When you accept Jesus Christ as your Savior and Lord, you need to obey Him by being baptized (immersed). Following your baptism, you will be a member of this church. By Letter If you are a member of another Baptist church, you may request we write that church stating you have come by letter into our church. They in turn will send us a letter confirming you have been a member there, transferring your membership from their church to ours. By Statement If you have committed your life to Christ and have been biblically baptized by immersion, you can request that we receive you into membership by statement of prior confession and baptism. How to Contact First Baptist Church Phone: (270) 753-1854 Fax: (270) 753-3967 Email: [email protected] www.fbcmurray.org 2009 Goal: $80,000 Received to Date: $49,376 THE LORD’S DAY - SUNDAY, November 8, 2009 SUNDAY MORNING LIVE - 8:30 AM MORNING WORSHIP - 10:55 AM Piano Prelude Welcome - Boyd Smith Lisa Ray “When I Survey the Wondrous Cross” “God of Wonders” Welcome to Our Worshippers “Your Love Oh Lord” Children’s Sermon - Amber Sugg Guided Prayer - Pastor Sam Rainer “Share His love by telling what the Lord has done for you, Share His love by sharing of your faith, And show the world that Jesus Christ is real to you Ev’ry moment, ev’ry day.”* Hymn No. 10 “In Christ Alone” Offertory Prayer - Herb Edminster, Deacon of the Week Guided Prayer Offertory - “Worthy Is the Lamb” Choral Message Message in Word - Pastor Sam Rainer “That’s What Friends are For” Philippians 2:19-30 Worship Through Response - “Take My Life” Prayer - Denise Travis Boyd Smith “How Great Thou Art” Pastor Sam Rainer Sanctuary Choir “He Loved Me with a Cross” Hymn No. 290 “I Am Thine, O Lord” Offertory Prayer Don Herndon, Deacon of the Week Message in Song Faye Austin Message in Word Pastor Sam Rainer “That’s What Friends are For” Philippians 2:19-30 EVENING WORSHIP - 6:00 PM Hymn of Commitment No. 280 “Jesus, Keep Me Near the Cross” Benediction Hymn No. 425 “He Keeps Me Singing” Organ Postlude Margaret Wilkins “Amazing Love - How Can It Be?” Business Meeting Hymn No. 424 Darrel McFerron “Heavenly Sunlight” November order forms are available in the Welcome Center and are due by noon on Monday, November 9. Angel Food is for anyone who wants to save money on groceries. "Fall into Friendship" on Wednesday, November 11, with other FBC women. Join us at 5 p.m. in the church Library for food, fellowship, and friendship as we encourage each other in Christ. Sign-up sheets are available in the Sunday School folders and in the Welcome Center (childcare will be available). Operation Christmas Child is sponsored by Samaritan’s Purse under the direction of Franklin Graham and provides a ministry opportunity for individuals, groups or classes to send a message of hope to children in desperate situations around the world. Brochures are available today in the Welcome Center with information on preparing the shoe boxes. All shoe boxes and donations are due by Sunday, November 15. The Freeda Harris Center is collecting toys to distribute to needy children in Kentucky. This is a good opportunity to help provide a child with a toy for Christmas. A collection box is located in the Welcome Center. Donations are accepted until Sunday, November 15. WMO Spotlight: Bright Life Farms Bright Life Farms in Princeton, KY provides a Christian home to mentally or physically challenged adults. BLF assists residents in becoming productive citizens, maintaining an attitude of self worth, attaining their highest degrees of mental, spiritual, physical, and vocational achievement, and most importantly, participating as members of a family. Please pray about your level of giving to Bright Life Farms as a part of the World Mission Offering. The Invitation CD’s are available in the Welcome Center. This CD features spoken Biblical truth supported with songs of faith from today's best-selling Christian artists. Pick one up today to take to your “one” to invite them to meet Christ. * CCLI #776766 All FBC family and guests are encouraged to sign the attendance pad located at the ends of each pew. If you are a guest visiting with us today, please stop by the guest services desk in the Welcome Center. We have a gift bag for you. MSU Students and young adults are invited for a time of contemporary praise and worship service in The NET Building tonight at 8 p.m.
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