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Worship In Truth

約翰福音John 4: 16-30


KC Fang


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KC Fang



Memory Verse: John 4: 23





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Weekly Bulletin




1. Operation Christmas Shoe Box活動﹕邀請您捐獻禮物送給需要的孩子,來分享神的愛。今天是捐獻的截止日期。詳情請洽廖漩西Sharon。謝謝。

2. 聖誕卡上簽名﹕寄給我們所支持在世界各地的萬國同工聖誕卡,請弟兄姊妹留步簽名或寫勉勵的話,分享上帝溫暖的愛。

3. 張宏源弟兄特別分享﹕他們家將於明年元月參與台灣更生團契(監獄事工)服事,遷居台灣,邀請您今日傍晚(11/20)五時三十分,在美聖堂舉行分享,請各家帶一菜,一起享用。

4. 感恩節特別聚會﹕十一月二十四日週四晚上五時三十分,在本堂舉行,歡迎您邀請朋友一同共享感恩晚餐,短劇,詩歌和信息,講員﹕曾振錨長老。

5. 週五查經小組暫停一次﹕十一月二十五日晚上聚會取消,兒童AWANA及青少年團契也暫停。謝謝。

6. IFI機構需要支援12/10-14日到華盛頓DC的旅遊,需兩位辛城教會弟兄開教會巴士全程參與,若有志願者請與方冠傑弟兄報名。

7. 2011~2012年認獻卡﹕請弟兄姊妹禱告後,憑信心認捐,填妥後,請投入奉獻箱。謝謝。

8. 聯合禱告會暨同工會﹕十一月三十日週三晚上七時三十分,在美聖堂舉行,將有特別事項討論,歡迎弟兄姊妹參加禱告服事。

9. 借東西要退還若您在教會圖書館借書,請登記;看完書請退還。若借教會的椅子,用完後請還給教會,謝謝合作。

10. 提醒大家﹕若您是最後的人離開教堂,請注意安全,確定把門關好鎖好。謝謝。

After entering the Sanctuary, please quietly be seated and turn off your cell phone to prepare your heart for Worship

Mason Announcements

1. Operation Christmas Shoe Box: you’re welcome to donate presents for the children and share God’s love. Today is the deadline for donations, for further details, please contact Sharon Liao.

2. Christmas Card signing: we will be sending out to AN Coworkers all around the world. Please sign the cards and write a few encouraging words to share God’s love during the season.

3. Special Sharing: Bro. Henry Jiang and his family will be leaving for Taiwan in Jan. to participate in the Prison Fellowship Ministry of Taiwan. You’re invited to attend his sharing this afternoon at Mason, 5:30 pm. Please bring a covered dish for potluck.

4. Thanksgiving Meeting: will be on Thur. Nov. 24, 5:30 pm at Compton. Welcome to invite your friends to share a Thanksgiving meal, with skits, songs, and a message. Speaker: Elder Reginald Tsang.

5. Fri. Night Bible Study Cancelled: on Nov. 25 only, as well as AWANA children’s program and the Youth Group. Thanks.

6. IFI help needed: they will travel to Washington, DC from 12/10- 12/14. They need a couple bros to drive the church vans. If you are willing please contact Bro. KC Fang to register.

7. 2011-2012 Faith pledge: Please Bros and Sis prayerfully consider what amt to donate and fill out the form and place in offering box. Thanks.

8. Combined Prayer and Coworkers Meeting: will be on Wed. Nov. 30, 7:30 pm at Mason. Special topics will be discussed. Welcome bros and sis to attend this prayer ministry

9. Return borrowed items: if you borrowed books from the church library, please register your items and afterwards return them. If you borrowed the church’s folding chair, please return after using them. Thanks for your cooperation.

10. Reminder: If you’re the last to leave church, for security purposes, please make sure that the door is shut and locked. Thanks.

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  Give thanks to Him and praise His name.” (Psalm 100:4)

   A female humpback whale had become entangled in a spider web of crab traps and fishing lines. She was weighted down by hundreds of pounds of traps, which caused her to struggle to stay afloat. Because she struggled for such a long time, she had hundreds of yards of rope wrapped around her body, her tail, her torso, and a line tugging at her mouth.  A fisherman spotted her just east of the Faralon Islands, off the coast of San Francisco, California. He radioed for help. Within a few hours, the rescue team arrived and determined that she was so badly trapped, the only way to save her was to dive in, cut off the ropes and untangle her. It was a very dangerous proposition, since one slap of the tail could kill a prospective rescuer.

   Immediately they went to work. Divers went into water carefully. They worked for hours with curved knives cutting off lines and ropes. Eventually they freed her. When the humpback whale was free, she did not swim away. Instead, the divers saw the whale swam in what seemed like joyous circles. She then came back to each and every diver, one at a time, nudged them, and pushed gently, seems to thank them for wonderful task they had done. Later, someone told the reporter that it was the most incredibly beautiful experience of their life. The man who cut the rope out of her mouth said her eye was following him the whole time, and he will never forget how her eyes expressed both pleading and thanksgiving.

   When we have troubles and difficulties, and others come to help us, do we show our gratitude and thanksgiving towards them? We are so fortunate to be surrounded by those who love us. Shouldn’t we try to help others as well? When we were trapped in nets of sin, Jesus came to save us and deliver us from eternal judgment and brought us into the family of God. Do we give express thanks all the time? May we all take actions to preach His gospel and share His grace, in this season of Thanksgiving. I wish you are able to enjoy the joy of giving and receiving gratitude.

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