Monthly Archives: June 2016

Pastor’s Pen: Unity

Dear Tabernacle Family, Perhaps one of the Psalms that is most often read among us as a congregation is Psalm 133, one of our Bishop’s favorites. This writing speaks to the blessing that God commands upon His people who live in harmony and unity. Notice the inspired words of Psalm 133 Behold, how good and […] Continue reading

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Pastor’s Pen: How Deep the Father’s Love for Us!

Dear Tabernacle Family, Happy Father’s Day; the day we honor our earthly fathers and worship our Heavenly Father. Anyone who takes the time to read the Bible will quickly come to understand that the love of God is not presented in some sappy, sentimental way. Instead, God’s love is communicated in the most concrete and […] Continue reading

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Pastor’s Pen: Joyful – Prayerful – Thankful

Dear Tabernacle Family, Lately, I have been thinking about the church in revival. As I’ve given myself to the study of the New Testament, it’s apparent that the Church at Thessalonica was one such Church. As we read Paul’s opening words to this young congregation, it is clear that the church was born in revival. […] Continue reading

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Pastor’s Pen: God’s Perspective

Dear Tabernacle Family, In his Second Letter to the Corinthians, the Apostle Paul described the trials and afflictions he’d faced while advancing the Gospel. “Five times I received from the Jews the forty lashes minus one. Three times I was beaten with rods, once I was pelted with stones, three times I was shipwrecked, I […] Continue reading

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