Great Day Ministry

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Great Day” Tuesday 03/05/2024*

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Great Day” Monday 03/04/2024*

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“Great Day” Wednesday 02/28/2024*

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“Great Day Presents” Week of 03/03/2024

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The Chapel Quotes

Of the eighty times Isaiah is quoted in the New Testament, most are from chapter 53. When it comes to the identity of the suffering servant, it is Jesus who came and accomplished everything that is talked about 700 years prior. The servant is an enigma in that He is both exalted, yet apparently, He’s going to be destroyed. What an incredible contrast that Isaiah shares with us.”

“Within the economy of the Kingdom of God, Isaiah brings forth when it comes to the most important figure who will ever walk this earth, He gives Him the title of servant, one who lays down His life. In the economy of God, if you want to be exalted you must become a servant. To truly follow the footsteps of Christ, then sprint to the back of the line, because we need to be a people just like Jesus. To put others first.”

“The suffering servant is Jesus, the Messiah we have been looking for. Isn’t it incredible that we have an all-knowing, all-powerful, all-loving God who shared with us this not-so-hidden plan that all of mankind, that the Messiah although He will come triumphantly someday, His first coming will not be a king on a white horse, but as a suffering servant to be pierced for our transgressions. Crushed for our sins, the punishment would be on Him, and by His wounds we would be healed.

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“Christian Stylings In Ivory” by composer-musician Don Krueger

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Devotion 03/03/2024
Our Devotion: “Ceaseless Gratitude” is by Giselle M. Gonzalez of Longview, Texas, who studied professional writing at Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “In everything give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.” 1 Thessalonians 5:18 (KJV)

When I was in ninth grade my best friend was named Andrew. One afternoon he sent me a text message: We need to talk. I’ll call you tonight. The entire afternoon I fidgeted as I pondered the possibilities of our impending discussion. Finally, around nine o’clock, my phone rang.

“What’s going on?” I asked frantically.

“My mother just filed for divorce,” he answered, “and now we’re camping out at my grandparents’ place because my mom is afraid that when my dad finds out, he’ll try to hurt us.”

I was speechless. His situation was impossible for me to fathom because my own parents’ marriage was marvelously stable. “Andrew, I’m so sorry. I wish I could help. You must be really mad.”

“No, I’m not mad. I’m sad,” he said, then paused. “But I’m still grateful.”

“Who could you possibly be grateful to?” I squawked with shock.

“God. He gave me two parents who may not love each other, but they still love me. He gave me a wonderful sister. He gave me four healthy, caring grandparents. He gave me amazing Christian friends. He gave me my house, my country, and my life. Who am I to challenge God because of one bump in my road?”

PRAYER: Christ, please let me see the blessings you’ve surrounded me with each day. Please help me give you ceaseless praise for your ceaseless bounty. Amen.

Book Review 02/28/2024
This Book Review is by Elijah Oates, a professional writing major at Taylor University

Reset: Jesus Changes Everything 
By Nick Hall 
Multnomah, PB, 192 pages

Nick Hall is an evangelist geared toward the youth of today’s generation. Reset: Jesus Changes Everything is Hall’s written outreach to any hurting, broken millennials who are looking for something more to life than just video games, loud music, and parties.

Reset‘s primary theme is just that: resetting. Hall implores his readers to reset their lives by leaving behind their struggles and pains in order to set their eyes on Jesus. Hall pulls this off in a sincere, succinct, and altogether entertaining way by using anecdotes, personal illustrations, humor, and sincere examinations of serious matters.

Rather than falling into the generic, clichéd pitfalls of many evangelistic writings, Hall refreshes (or resets) the formula with modern twists on biblical stories, and quite a lot of comedy. Perhaps the most impressive of Reset‘s feats is its voice. Hall speaks directly to his target audience, the millennials, in a voice that will be immediately understood by them. There are no flowery, theological words to be found. He writes the way millennials talk.

Aside from a few chapters feeling similar in message and structure, this book is an excellent evangelical message that is approachable and enjoyable. After reading it, readers will want to pass it along to friends and relatives and neighbors. This book is clearly geared toward a 21st century audience. Kids in their early teens to young adults in their early twenties would get the most out of its message. Included at the end of each chapter are practical methods to apply each idea or lesson to everyday life.

Review used by permission of Evangelical Church Library Association (ECLA)

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Local Church Directory

Aboite Area Churches – send us a name and a short description / overview of your church and have it posted here. Also include a web address if available.
Email: info@aboiteindependent.com

Aboite Missionary Church
7222 West Jefferson Blvd. Services begin at 10:00 a.m. Please call 432-1111 if you have any questions.

(The) Chapel
 (www.thechapel.net)
2505 West Hamilton Road (corner of West Hamilton and Aboite Roads). Service times are: 8:30, 9:45 and 11:00 am.

Dunfee Missionary Church (www.dunfeemc.org)
Located on West County Line Road north of Rte. 14. The purpose of Dunfee Missionary Church is to glorify God by leading people to salvation in Christ alone; Worshiping God;Instructing seekers in the Word of God; Serving others; and Evangelizing our world.
Find out more information at their website.

Sonrise Church (www.sonriseumc.org)
10125 W. Illinois Rd., Fort Wayne, IN 46804.
Phone: 260-431-4673  Fax: 260-431-4678.
Email: info@sonriseumc.org

Southwest Lutheran Church (www.southwestlutheran.org)
A Caring Community Connecting the World to the Living Christ.
Services held Sunday’s at 9:30 at Summit Middle School at Homestead and Aboite Center. Childcare provided. See more information at their website.

Trinity Episcopal Church (www.trinityfw.org)
611 West Berry Street, Fort Wayne, IN 46802.
Phone: 260-423-1693
See us on the web at trinityfw.org