Clarks Green Assembly of God
Ministering to the Lord and the community!
Located at 204 South Abington Road, Clarks Green, PA 18411
Phone: 570.586.8286 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please take special note of our Ministries Page which provides details
of programs we use for teaching, fellowship and accountability.
Upcoming events are updated frequently on our Events Page.
Visit us often - here and at the church.
Join us every Sunday at 9:45am for Sunday School.
We have classes for ages two through adult.
All classes have begun
"The Externally Focused Life"!
L - Love
I - Intersections
F - Fortune
E - Eternity
LIFE! - Join us at 9:45AM and say YES to a richer life!
ADULTS: Sunday, Oct. 5th, we will explore "The Four Blood Moons".
how we may spur one
another on toward love
and good deeds. Let
us not give up meeting
together, as some are
in the habit of doing,
but let us encourage
one another—and all
the more as you see
the Day approaching”
Rising above Disaster
Read Habakkuk 1:1 through 3:19
In 1914 a fire broke out at Edison Industries in West Orange, New Jersey, destroying most of the laboratory’s contents. Upon hearing his life’s work had gone up in flames, sixty-seven-year-old Thomas Edison maintained his usual optimism. The inventor said, “There is great value in disaster. All our mistakes are burned up.”
Yet I will rejoice in the Lord, I will be joyful in God my Savior. The Sovereign Lord is my strength; he makes my feet like the feet of a deer, he enables me to tread on the heights (Habakkuk 3:18–19).
It’s easy to have a positive outlook when everything is going smoothly. But when tough times come, anger and resentment often creep in. The prophet Habakkuk is a great example of someone who kept rejoicing through hardship. Though Judah faced an imminent invasion by the Babylonians, Habakkuk boldly expressed his faith and delight in God. He knew the Lord would help and strengthen those who remained faithful to Him.
No matter what trials you face, worship the Lord and trust Him to help you rise above disaster.
Thought for Today: Circumstances can’t change who God is.
Quicklook: Habakkuk 3:16–19
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