Entries by Marysville Assembly

Weekly Word: April 23, 2018

Luke 18:1 Men ought always to pray & not faint The devil will do anything to keep you from praying. You’ll get too tired, too busy, too depressed, it’s endless. There’s a reason he distracts us from prayer! In prayer we get real. When I am alone with God, the pretense is gone, for He […]

Weekly Word: April 16, 2018

Who Do You Believe Isaiah 53:1 Who hath believed our report? and to whom is the arm of the Lord revealed? We are faced with circumstances everyday that call on us to choose what we believe. As a result,  we will choose what God says, or what someone else says? It can be difficult when […]

Weekly Word: April 9, 2018

Galatians 4:19 Take that pain and make it a pearl until Christ be formed in you. Pearls are made in a fascinating way. The oyster literally takes the grain of sand that causes it irritation & pain, and wraps it in layer after layer of the “Mother of Pear.” Instead of trying to escape the […]

Weekly Word: April 2, 2018

Dealing with Failure Luke 22:32 when you are converted, strengthen your brothers. Peter denied his Lord three times and went into the night and wept bitterly. Jesus told him this would happen, but he couldn’t beleive it. That is why it was so shattering. Have you experienced a failure in your life lately? Do you […]

Weekly Word: March 26, 2018

The Triumphal Entry Exodus 22:30 “and I sought for a man among them, that should make up the hedge, and stand in the gap before me for the land.” The gap is a place between what is and what can be! Your family may not be walking with God, but you can become the bridge […]

Weekly Word: March 19, 2018

Mark 26:50 – and Jesus said unto Him, “Friend.” God’s purpose in our lives is tied to relationships and not always enjoyable ones. But God can turn your rejection into direction. As you look back, you realize it was persecution that taught you perseverance, and rejection that taught you forgiveness. These are character producing times […]

Weekly Word: March 12, 2018

How many of us would spend our last night with someone if we knew they were going to betray us the next day? Jesus did. He was faithful when they were not. There’s no greater opportunity for us to grow in Christian love than when you are rejected and abused. Jesus asked the Father to […]