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Weekly Devotionalfor 1/16/2022


“And a scribe came up and said to him, ‘Teacher, I will follow you wherever you go” Matthew 8:19. 

It’s over two weeks since the new year began and more than likely you’re among those who have already let go of any resolutions you declared you would keep all year long.  Like Peter insisting that he would die rather than deny Jesus just hours before he would say three times that he didn’t know his Lord and Master, we too can be all talk and no walk.  After all, the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak. The scribe in this passage insists that he will follow Jesus wherever He goes, and Jesus points out that it is a rough path to tread.  Another disciple (meaning the scribe was one) had some essential business for this life to attend to first, but Jesus says that following Him requires every bit of time, energy, resources, and focus that a person has. Like the gym you no longer visit, perhaps the declaration of your baptism is looking more like empty words.  In the hymn, “Where He Leads, I’ll Follow,” the words tell about Jesus’ great life, love, and rest that is worthy of following and that we will do so from this moment forward. 

Will you follow where He leads or do you not mean what you sing? 

Doug Kashorek
518.645.1509; emailsermonlines.com
 

ONLINE GIVING IS NOW AVAILABLE (TITHE.LY)


We are now able to accept contributions and donations online. 

YOU CAN MAKE A CONTRIBUTION OR DONATION HERE:

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DO YOU HAVE A MEMBER ACCOUNT?


Attention:  36th Street Members

Our website contains much useful information for you as a member of the 36th street congregation.  We are updating and improving www.36thstreetchurch.com on an ongoing basis.

In order for you to take advantage of the full (members-only) benefits of the site, you need to set up a personal account on the site.  It's easy to do - just go to the homepage of the website and click on the 'MEMBERS' tab and select 'REGISTER' from the drop-down menu.  You will need to complete the form there and set up a username and password.  Your request will be forwarded to a web administrator, who will review the form and set you up in the system.

We encourage you to access the website and see how it can benefit you.

Wednesday, January 19, 2022


“So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets.”(Daily Reading, ESV)