Grace Baptist Church Mandaue, Cebu
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Grace Baptist Church Mandaue, Cebu skip to main | skip to sidebar Home About Us Biblical Foundations Member's Covenant Music Statement Our Location Schedule Christian Education Sunday School Children Patch Club Bible Clubs Youth Adults Single-Professionals Marrieds Featured Image Gallery Facebook Contact Us Quick Search Article Christian Living Sermon Event Family About GBCm Devotion Devotional Music Revelation Love Musical Prophecy Thanksgiving Children Church Music God News Salvation Assurance Christmas Missions History Psalm Church Culture Heaven Issue Pastor Pastoral Ministry Pentecost Praise Prayer Resurrection Shepherd Stewardship Recommended Schedule of Activities Sunday, Worship Service, 9:50 A.M. Sunday School, 11:45 A.M. Bible Clubs, 3:00-5:00 P.M. Eve... Sunday School We have Sunday School classes for all levels. 11:30 AM after the worship service. Lessons: Childrens Division - Walk Through the Bi... Church Music Statement Part 1 Introduction The purpose of this music statement is to provide principles to guide our Church in its musical decisions. Every... Christian Education Sunday School Children Patch the Pirate Club Bible Clubs Youth Adults Single-Professionals Marrieds You are listening to SACRED MUSIC Stream ----- Song History: Recent Tracks | *Requires plugin: Windows Media Player or VLC Our Unchanging Hope for Heaven Posted by Site Admin On 3:52 PM by Samuel D. Geroy Heaven is real because God created it to be His home and of those who believe & love Him. It is God’s palace and home beyond the universe, somewhere in the north (Psalm 48:2) above the stars and beyond time. It is an existence in the fourth dimension, which is above our human understanding. Abel was the first man who died and lived there (Genesis 4:8). Heaven is beautiful beyond comparison. God sends His commands and judgments from there. It is synonymous with salvation, glory, joy, rewards and reign. As the city of God, it is also called the heavenly Jerusalem (Hebrews 11:10) that eternal foundations and was designed and built by God. That is why it is lovely as a bride, brilliant like clear crystal, with two million square miles of ground space, and high walls made of jasper or diamonds (Rev. 21:6, Macarthur Study Bible). It is built on twelve foundations namely: jasper, sapphire, chalcedony, emerald, sardonyx, sardius, chrysolite, beryl, topaz, chrysophrase, jacinth and amethyst. It also has twelve gates named after the twelve tribes of Israel namely: Asher, Napthali (north); Reuben, Simeon, Gad (south); Judah, Issachar, Zebulon (east); and Ephraim, Manasseh, Benjamin (west). The tribe of Dan is not included (Rev. 21:9-21). This city is laid out 1,500 miles wide, same in length and in height. It has the symmetrical dimension of a perfect cube. It is very strong, very rich and very beautiful. The main work of everyone in heaven is to worship the Lord God Almighty and the Lamb (Rev. 21:22) for they are the temple of heaven. We will all see His face and His name shall be written on our foreheads 9REV. 22:3). There will be no noght there because the Lord God will illumine everything (22:5). The greatest wonder is that heavenly Jerusalem will come down from heaven (21:2,3) and settle on the earth on the sea part as they were in the original creation (Gen. 1:9,10). It was only after the deluge (flood) that the continents were divided (Genesis 10:25). The only body of water that will run through the whole earth will be the river of life (22:1-3). Along its banks grow the tree of life on either side that will bear twelve kinds of fruit every month. The leaves of the tree are for the healing of nations (22:2) and thereby enrich heavenly life, making it full and satisfying (MacArthur Study Bible). There will be no night there, no more death, or pain but God’s people will reign forever and ever (22:5). Believers will be rewarded with the imperishable wreath (garland or crown) for victory over corruption (1 Cor. 9:20), wreath of righteousness for salvation over unrighteousness (2 Tim. 544:8), wreath of glory for victory over defilement (1 Peter 5:4), wreath of life for victory over death (James 1:12), wreath of exultation for triumph over Satan and persecution (1 Thes. 2:19), and wreath of joy for fruits of souls won to Christ (Phil. 1:4). The surprising thing is that these saints will cast their crowns or wreaths before the throne of God (Rev. 4:10, 11). The joy of eternal life is glorious beyond anything we know (2 Cor. 4:17) and will more than heal all our troubles and pains with God’s eternal consolation (2 Thes. 2:16). The wonders and glories of forever are sop great beyond what eye has seen, or ear heard, or man’s thoughts have imagined (1 Cor. 2:9). Much more, forever will settle our questions on theology like- the headship of the Father, why we pray in the name of the Son, and in the guidance and power of the Spirit; why Christ is the only mediator; why we will be in glorified state there and why we will not be gods as some teach; and that whether the Bible is the only book God gave to man in order to teach us the truth and many nore… Heaven is also a land of song and wonderful music. The Bible tells of singing there: A new song of Old and New Testament believers (Rev. 5:8-14), song of believers from the Tribulation (7:9-17), song during the proclamation of the King (11:15-18), song of Jewish believers who came out of the Tribulation (14:2-5), song of Moses and of the Lamb sang by all saints who are triumphant over Satan’s Antichrist and his system because of their faith in Jesus Christ (15:3-4), and song of a great multitude in heaven (19:1-8). If heaven is all of the above, then it is a fantastic hope and a marvelous desire for all who love the Lord Read more God's Unchanging Church in a Changing World Posted by Site Admin On 10:22 PM by Samuel Geroy The Church of Jesus Christ never changed its message of salvation. Only the extreme sacrifice of God’s Son is enough payment for the sins of man. This sacrifice was commanded by the Lord to be remembered through the partaking of the Lord’s Supper in the church regularly. The broken bread reminds the believers of Jesus’ Body that He offered on the cross for sins and the cup of wine of the blood that He shed on the cross in order to wash our sins away. As God’s leader, Jesus Christ paid the highest price in order to secure heaven for the people He loves. In the light of the above blessings, the Church has important responsibilities these days. Peter failed in his responsibility by denying the Lord, but he made up for it for the rest of his life. During his martyrdom, he requested that he will be crucified in an upside down position because he was not worthy to be nailed there (in the light of his previous denial of the Lord) in the usual wa according to tradition. Pilate, the Roman governor, had the chance to believe and stand for Christ like his wife, who was a believer according to history. He did not. The Lord died on the cross in order to pay for our sins. Along the way, it gave birth to the Church that was assigned to preach the Gospel during this Age of Grace. This is the dispensation where we live now. Because Jesus Christ was resurrected from the grave, He gives us resurrection power that empowers us with renewed strength in continuing and finishing the preaching of the Gospel to the world until Jesus comes again. Read more God's Unchanging Love in a Changing World Posted by Site Admin On 3:24 PM by Samuel Geroy God's love is the sweetest and deepest truth that excites my mind and soul - that I can be proud of. As I believe and accept it I am justified, renewed and victorious by grace because I can never achieve it through my own efforts. (Romans 1-8) This February we continued studying that God's grace for Israel continues despite her temporary rejection of the Messiah (Romans 9-11). While on this, Paul wrote Romans 10:14-15 that has become a classic missionary challenge for the Church: "How then shall they call on Him of whom they have not heard? And how shall they hear without a preacher? And how shall they preach unless they are sent. As it is written: 'How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the gospel of peace, who bring glad tidings of good things!'" (Isaiah 52:7 NKJV) In response to God's unchanging love, believers should live a spirit-filled life (Romans 8) that is always characterized as a living sacrifice (Romans 12) - the greatest manifestation of God's grace. This sacrifice is accompanied by spiritual gifts (12:3-8) which each believer possesses (one each) and is a starting point for living as a true Christian should- individually, as a family man, in relation to others whether as our friend or those who consider us their enemies even though we always respond in love (12:9-21). Romans 13 then completes the teaching that we must also live as a godly citizen. Finally, like what God did for us, we must also accept and help the weak brother. (Romans 14:1-23). This pertains to whether the believer should eat vegetables only or also other kinds of food, whether he will consider one day as holy or every day in the week. The point is that in issues that are not clearly black or white, the Christian should not put a stumbling block between himself and his brother or to do anything that will make him fall in the way. Always apply the law of liberty and the law of love (14:13-18), pursuing things that lead to peace and edification. The Apostle Paul emphasized God's grace in glorifying God together by bearing each other's burdens to the point of losing our right to be selfish (15:1-6) and by imitating Christ (15:7-13). The Lord Jesus Christ will receive Jews and Gentiles into His kingdom. This is the Christian's hope, the greatest objective that is the only introduction to eternity, and the anticipation of the same. Paul finally affirmed his relationships with the believers in Rome though he never visited them before. He affirmed his call to be minister to the Gentiles, especially to preach to new areas where people have not heard about the gospel before (15:14-21). Anyway, he still planned to visit in the future(v. 22-23). In closing, Paul sent his personal greetings to different believers he knew who were now in Rome (16:1-16). Most of these people were not famous, but they have done their part in helping the evangelistic efforts of the great missionary. Even if only their names were mentioned, at least their names were recorded in the Word of God that will last forever. No honor is greater than that. Apostle Paul closed the book of Romans with another Benediction (16:25-27). He emphasized God's power to establish the Church through the gospel and the preaching about Jesus Christ. Though a secret before, it is now being made known to all nations. God is truly wise and all glory belongs to Him. With a love like this - focused on us who are great sinners, showering on us a love greater that all our sins, giving us power to overcome through the Spirit, making our service a living sacrifice and affirming our service regardless of who we are - we can never fail now and forever. We consecrate our all to this unchanging Love in a changing world. Read more Focus on Christ's Birth Posted by Site Admin On 10:14 PM by Samuel D. Geroy It was fitting to focus on understanding the Gift of God for sinful man last December. God's love that moved Him to give the Gift is a force that borders the divine being, a power that moves everything in the universe, an attraction that never ends, and a magic that makes everything beautiful. The deepest understanding of love is that it is God's gift in the person of the Lord Jesus Christ, the best God has ever given and the best man has ever received. It is worthy of the glory and perfection of the One who gave it and made us unworthy receivers deserving by faith alone. Jesus Christ is also the Light of the world (John 8:12). This Light guides the love of God, being the very essence of His glory or of His pure self. For man's sake, who cannot face that full glory, God simplified Himself through the Lord Jesus who took the form of man and died on the cross as a payment for man's sins (Philippians 2:6-8). As a result, those who confess and repent of their sins receive forgiveness and the promise of eternal life. Released from the power of sin through the Savior, the believer is commanded to let his Light shine (Matthew 5:16) and to walk in truth and holiness. This way his life will become a convincing testimony for the Lord. The Lord emphasized that He is the Light of the world when He gave sight to a man born blind (John 9:1-13). He was blind from birth (naturally defective eyes that cannot be healed or congenital blindness). That's why Jesus made mud using His saliva, and put it on his eye socket, transforming them into real eyes like when God breathe into Adam's nostrils the breath of Life so that he became a living being (Genesis 2:7). This miracle showed that Jesus is God and that He is the Light of the world. This Light is greater that Love because without Light there cannot be Love. In the beginning, before Light, there was nothing, that is why God's first creation is Light. Another attribute of God is Life together with Light. Life and Light started everything in heaven and earth. In the beginning it was all dark because there was nothing. When Life and Light came, creation was born. God is the self-created uncaused One. Life is His very essence and there never was a time, even in eternity that He did not exist. This is the Truth about Him forever and ever. Jesus also said, "I Am the Way, the Truth, and the Life" (John 11:25, 14:6, Colossians 3:4, I John 5:11). Life is in the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. It is part of God's excellence and if one of the titles of Christ. These thoughts about God's Love, Light and Life bring back the importance of meditating on His birth. Though we are not exactly sure when He was born, but the circumstances about His birth tell us that this was the approximated time when He was born (Luke 2:1-12). As such it is worth meditating and celebrating. He came during the perfect time, about 7 or 6 B.B. at the peak of the Roman Empire and the last year of King Herod the Great in Israel. The simplicity and sacrifice of Christ was obvious. He was born in a manger in the stable, with poor, young parents, born at night, an angel announced His birth to the shepherds who were watching the flocks of sheep to be used for temple sacrifices, and they came to visit the newborn. Then, wise men from a distant land in the east went, and being guided by a star, arrived and worshipped Him in the house (Matthew2:11). This month of wonderful celebration and insight ended with meditation at year-end about the presence and guidance of God for His children all year round. This is the meaning of the word "Ebenezer," a name given by Israelites on a stone they set up to mark their victory against the Philistines (I Samuel 7:12). The New Year gives a strong assurance of the presence and guidance of God for the next 366 days* as promised in Psalm 12:1-8. He is our Helper, Keeper, Protector, and Preserver in 2016. *(2016 is a leap year) Read more Biennial Conference 2016 Posted by Site Admin On 3:30 PM The 33rd Biennial Conference seeks to provide fellowship for member Baptist churches, encourage and promote evangelism and to assist in the establishing and organizing of indigenous Baptist Churches and advance Baptist missionary enterprises throughout the world. Conference Venue STI-West Negros University, Bacolod City Click Here to Register. Conference Speakers Robert Reynolds “Bob” Jones III is the chancellor of Bob Jones University. The son of Bob Jones, Jr., and the grandson of Bob Jones, Sr., the university’s founder, Jones served as president of BJU from 1971 to 200 Jones was born in Cleveland, Tennessee, the son of Fannie May (Holmes) and Bob Jones, Jr. Jones moved with his family to Greenville, South Carolina, in 1947 when Bob Jones College built a new campus and became Bob Jones University. Because his father was a connoisseur of the arts, Jones III early visited Europe and the Levant on his father’s summer tours. As a teenager he was given minor roles in campus Shakespeare performances and a major role in the film version of his father’s novel Wine of Morning. Likewise, as the son and grandson of well-known fundamentalists, Jones III met many politicians and notable preachers in his youth. Jones completed his bachelor of arts (1959) and master of arts (1961) in speech from Bob Jones University and took additional courses in speech and drama at Northwestern University and New York University. He also received honorary degrees from two small Bible schools and a seminary. Dr. George Rundle Bachelor of Religious Education, Tennessee Temple University; D.D., Trinity Baptist College; Candidate for M.A. in Counseling, Trinity Theological Seminary. Conference Goals Vision: AFBCP will be recognized locally, regionally and nationally as the premier organization fundamental, Bible-believing and discipled Baptist churches serving at least 1,000,000 members in 3,000 local congregation unified in faith and doctrine which are equipped, empowered and growing, each accountable for the defence of the faith and furtherance of the Gospel. Mission: To achieve the above vision, we shall vigorously endeavour to the following: 1. Promise the association among the local churches in its direction, goals, objectives, programs and activities 2. Pursue numerical and spiritual growth of the churches by providing leadership training, seminar for the past workers and church leaders. 3. Provide associational ministries available to the local churches and affiliates such as: Bible school, hospital, trainings, organizations, etc. Click Here to Register. Visit the official event website: About Bacolod City Bacolod is a highly urbanized city in Negros Province in the Philippines. It is the next most populous city in the Visayas after Metro Cebu. It is known as the City of Smiles because of its MassKara Festival, a Mardi Gras-like festival held every October. Bacólod (English: Bacolod), is derived from bakólod (Old Spelling: bacólod), the Old Hiligaynon or Old Ilonggo (Old Spelling: Ylongo and Ilongo) word for a "hill, mound, rise, hillock, down, any small eminence or elevation", since the resettlement was founded on a stony, hilly area, now the barangay of Granada. It was officially called Ciudad de Bacólod (City of Bacolod) when Municipalidad de Bacólod (Municipality of Bacolod) was converted into a city in 1938. Bacolod is known as the Land of Sweet People, and for its culinary heritage, including its inasal (a kind of roast chicken on skewers) and sweet dessert treats and is famous for its Piaya, Biscocho, squid flakes, Guapple pie and its Pina-Sugbo. Getting There -There are daily flights from Manila to Bacolod City. There are also flights from Cebu. -From Cebu, Bacolod is approximately seven hours away or 45 minutes via San Carlos-Toledo/Tabuelan (Cebu). -Bacolod is accessible by boat from Manila (18 hours) and 45 minutes from Iloilo City by fast craft. Accommodation Here are web links with Bacolod Hotels and their corresponding rates (.pdf) Trip Advisor The Happy Trip Blog Clean Trip Philippine Cities Click Here to Register. For your specific questions regarding the registration, contact the organizers: Registration Committee +639109094153 (Kevin) email: Visit the official event website: Updates are also posted on Grace Baptist Church Mandaue, SG Ministries and Ptr. Sam & Mrs. Geroy's Facebook Pages. Read more Thanksgiving Lessons Posted by Site Admin On 11:40 AM by Samuel Geroy It was good to learn about Thanksgiving last November. Psalm 103 taught us that thanking God is worth so much because it makes us know His greatness in contrast to our nothingness. Doing it enhances our usefulness in a broken world, prepares us for life in eternity and expands our lives today. We also studied Psalm 96 that anticipated from Old Testament times the World Missions that the New Testament people will undertake (Matthew 28:16-20, I Chronicles 16:25-30). Thanking God for who He is, for what He does and because He is coming to judge all peoples in His truth. Then His glory will be declared among all nations as they hear the Good News about the Savior. Then in Psalm 8, David balances perceiving his identity as a weak human being with his self-esteem so that he will maintain both his self confidence and humanity. In a higher mode, this Psalm is predicting the humility and exultation of Christ. David saw a balance by giving all glory to God (8). Next, David appreciated what the LORD gave him in Psalm 63. After seeing his own weakness and humanity, he focused on the God-given position and privilege, thereby achieving the balance by giving God the glory. He wrote the insight that God's love is greater than life itself and the insight that praising God is a strong defense against human weakness - like pride, ambition and fleshly desires. Then the psalmist added in Psalm 92 that joy comes from praise. This joy is proclaimed by the psalmist in the morning and evening with instruments of music that focus on God's saving acts. The evildoers do not do this. But the righteous rejoices in God's favor and secure prosperity. This is the believer's strong defense to human weakness. It is important therefore the believer to give a balanced Thanksgiving as expressed in Psalm 115. Here he must give God glory in order to balance his struggles and achievements. Just like during the Battle of Jericho (Joshua 6) the Jewish army was led by the priests who praised the LORD while they marched around the city withing seven days. This happened in 1,400 BC, 3,500 years ago. On the seventh, after marching around seven times, the Israeli army shouted "Glory to God!" Then the walls of Jericho collapse, Joshua's soldiers conquered the city. Psalm 115 reminds God's people never to take pride of their achievements but always give Him all glory. Psalm 96 also speaks of thanksgiving on the balance. King Jehoshaphat went to battle against Moab and Mt. Seir (2 Chronicles 20:21-23) in 872 BC, 2,000 years ago with men going ahead of the army praising God for the splendor of His holiness. His enemies destroyed one another and Israel achieved a great victory. The Psalmist wrote that when God's people praise, they sing, bless His name, show forth His salvation and declare His glory. Then they must also invite all nations to give Him glory too. Also, proclaim to them that He reigns the world in righteousness and the He will also judge the righteous - being the LORD of history. For us, these lessons about continued praise never stop because we will never exhaust all the dimensions of thanksgiving because of the LORD's greatness forever. Read more Older Posts Copyright 2011 Grace Baptist Church Mandaue, Cebu - Bloggerized by Lasantha - | Top Web Host Design by Web2feel and . Whois

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