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ROCKPORT BAPTIST CHURCH

Sunday Worship Service Times

9 AM & 10:45 AM Temporarily

God-centered, Biblical Truth with Passionate Christ-Honoring Worship

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Opening Our Hearts To The Word Of God

Pastor’s Word – A Weekly Message

We are a family of believers in Christ
who have been rescued by His grace,
and are seeking to live God-glorifying lives
by faith in Him as we tell others about our Risen Lord.

We meet together each Sunday morning at 3761 Telegraph Road, in Arnold, MO, and then throughout the week in members’ homes to encourage one another with prayer, fellowship and the word. We would love to have you come join with us.

Pastor Scott Lee and community of believers at Rockport Baptist Church

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Don't forget this weekend! ...

Dont forget this weekend!

Thinking about this coming Sunday at Rockport, let me encourage you to consider doing some "prep work" that will help you get the most out of this Sunday's message.

(1) Take time to read through our passage in John 5:39-47, maybe a few times.

(2) Think about and maybe write down what you think is Jesus' main point in that passage.

(3) Jot down any questions that come to mind as you read and try to find the answers yourself.

(4) Consider how you might be like those people Jesus rebukes in v 44 for seeking glory (approval) from one another rather than seeking the glory (approval) that comes from God in the Gospel. If so, how should you respond?

(5) What does Jesus mean by, "If you believed Moses, you would believe me?"

Oh, and don't forget to "Fall Back" this weekend. Otherwise you'll get to church an hour earlier than you intended!
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Getting ready to hear God's Word this Sunday.

Is Jesus Who He claims to be, or is He not?
That's the big question we'll be looking at this Sunday in John 5:30-40. If He’s not, then none of this really matters – the Bible, the church, belief in God, none of it would matter? If Christ is not who He claims to be, I can simply walk away and forget Him!

But if He IS who He claims to be, then nothing could matter more than knowing and obeying Him! Because Who He claims to be is the Son of God, my only Savior and my final judge! So everything depends on knowing the answer to this crucial question! Is Jesus Who He claims to be or is He not? That's the question John will begin to answer for us this Sunday in John 5:30-40

So how can you get yourself and your family ready to hear God's word this Sunday? Might I suggest the following?

(1) Read John 20:30-40 several times this weekend and think about what Jesus is saying here.

(2) Ask yourself (or your children) the following questions:
- Who does Jesus claim to be? (Look back at v 18-22)
- How can we know whether what he tells us about himself is true or not? Is there any evidence that what He says is true?
- Who are some of the witnesses Jesus mentions that can help us confirm that He really is Who He claims to be?
- What is the point of reading Scripture? What do "get" from the Bible as we read it?
- How should we respond to what we learn about Jesus in the Bible?

These are some ways you can take an active part in preparing your own mind and heart (and the hearts of your children) to better hear and understand God's Word.

I look forward to seeing you on Sunday!
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