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Sermon Summary | August 26, 2018

What doubts are you struggling with this morning? Maybe you doubt that God has really forgiven you? Or you wonder whether the Bible really is the Word of God? Or you question why God allows people suffer? Or you’ve been praying for help with a struggle in your life, but so far there has been silence, and you’re wondering whether anybody’s at home in heaven, or if there is, whether He really cares.

Normal faith is allowed to question and doubt. Some people think that doubt is unforgivable. Look at Jesus and John the Baptist in our scripture passage this morning. Jesus doesn’t slam John for his doubts. He sends back evidence to bolster John’s faith. Jesus tells John’s disciples, “Go and tell John the things you have seen and heard: that the blind see, the lame walk, the lepers are cleansed, the deaf hear, the dead are raised, the poor have the gospel preached to them” (v. 23). He gives John the greatest compliment in the midst of his doubt. “For I say to you, among those born of women there is not a greater prophet than John the Baptist; but he who is least in the kingdom of God is greater than he” (v. 28).

Doubt and faith can co-exist. One very important implication of our study today is that if doubt and faith can co-exist, then people don’t have to fully resolve each and every obstacle in order to have an authentic faith. We can make the choice to believe and ask God to help us with our unbelief.

People believe that doubt is unhealthy. However, doubt can produce some positive side effects. Lee Strobel says it’s like getting an immunization: “To help your body fight off a future disease, doctors inject you with a small amount of that very same disease, and your body builds up antibodies that will battle off that disease if it ever threatens you. Your body is actually stronger for the experience.”

Well, when we’re infected with some doubts, and we seek answers to our questions and deal constructively with the doubt, we emerge stronger than ever because our faith has been confirmed once more, and that gives us new confidence in dealing with doubt in the future. —Notes by USK
Giving Back To God!
Jesus said in Luke 6:38, “Give and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.”

The ministry is in need of finances to prepare the church buildings for the winter and rain. More details to be provided on the need, but feel free to g ive securely at   www.memoriatabernacle.org , select the Giving tab, and give as your heart desires. May the Lord multiply your gift and thank you for blessing our ministry.   Give Today!
A Culture of Celebration, Study, & Prayer
September 2018 Calendar is available here .
Sunday September 2nd, our Morning Glory Encourager will be Pastor Ulysses Stephen King, Jr !

All are welcome to learn, study, and celebrate Jesus! You do not have to walk this journey called life alone! Come as you are and leave connected to the family who loves you! We look forward to meeting you.
Music Ministry:
Choir and Band Rehearsal
Wednesday, 8/29 at 6:30PM
Prayer Hour
Thursdays at 6:00AM
Christian Education:
Sunday School
Sundays (except 3rd) at 9:15AM
Save-the-Dates | Saturday, September 15th & Sunday, September 16th
 "From Generation to Generation"
Ninety-three Years of Faithful Witness
( Exodus 12:13-14)

We are standing on the promises of God as we enter our 93rd year of excellence in ministry, service, sharing, and impact. Each generation is tasked with identifying a way they can do to demonstrate the impact the church has had on their generation and to invite their generation to the celebration for continued engagement beyond.
  • Saturday - Annual Salad Festival, 5:30PM. Tickets available Sunday, September 2nd
  • Sunday - Celebration Worship Service, 10:30AM

All are need to participate as the anniversary is for us to celebrate! Identify which generation you belong to:
  • GI Generation - Born 1901-1924
  • Silent Generation - Born 1925-1942
  • Baby Boomers - Born 1943-1964
  • Generation X - Born 1965-1980
  • Millennials - Born 1981-2000 (flexible dates)
  • Generation Z - Born 2001-Present
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