Celebrate God's Love Today and Always
Plum Springs Baptist Church
Live Streaming Sundays @ 1030
"Come and See"
Psalm 139: 1-12
Bro. Bobby Reno
0830 ~ Service FACEMASK REQUIRED.
0930 ~ Sunday School/Small Group FACEMASK OPTIONAL.
1030 ~ Service FACEMASK OPTIONAL.
We WILL continue with social distancing and other safety protocols in both services.
Children's Church in the fellowship hall.
**Childrens Church 2-3 & 4-5 will begin 26 July 2020.
**Our Wednesday evening Worship Services will be @ 6pm and back into the Sanctuary 8 July 2020.
**Unfortunately we are unable to provide nursery services at this time.
"We are all sinners by nature and by choice".
"We receive eternal life as a free gift".
"God demonstrated His love for us, His enemies".
"We must trust and surrender to Jesus as Lord".
"Our assurance of salvation through Jesus".
The way to salvation thru Jesus Christ our Lord is all mapped out.
You Complete Me!
For in Him dwells all the fullness of the Godhead bodily; and you are complete in Him, who is the head of all principality and power.
Even if you didn’t watch the movie Jerry Maguire that came out in 1996, you are probably familiar with one line in the movie where Tom Cruise says to Renee Zellweger, “You complete me!” I would say that women in all walks of life began to look for a man who would say those words to her. They wanted to know that they were that vital to another person; to know that, without them, they would remain incomplete. I confess that I was one of those women. When I met and fell in love with Bobby, I thought I had found the one who completed me. I thought that I was the one he needed to complete him. In reality, Satan has used that line – that lie – to set us up for failure. Not only is it a lie we tell ourselves and the one we are in a relationship with, it is destructive to the relationship. When we place that kind of expectation on another person, we set them up for failure. One flawed human being cannot complete another flawed human being. So, if you are doing that, you need to put a stop to it! The only one who can truly complete another person is Jesus Christ. When we allow Him to come into our lives and trust Him to be our “everything,” we free the other person from that impossible responsibility. We free them to only be what God has called them to be. Everything we will ever need is found in Christ. Only when we allow Him to fill us, can we truly be all we need to be for Him and for the other people in our lives.
Ask yourself this question, “Who completes me?” Then take an honest assessment of your relationships and answer the question.
If your answer is anyone other that Jesus Christ, then there is likely someone in your life who needs to be set free from such an impossible expectation. You may just find that in doing so, your relationship will become even stronger. I know I did!