Join us for our study through Hosea.
People in the crowd began turning to one another to see if the others were as shocked as they were at the scene unfolding before their eyes. The impure woman standing before the crowd, who was being auctioned as a slave, recognized the voice of the person speaking on her behalf. It was her husband, the husband whose love and devotion she had rejected. Despite her repeated adultery, there stood her husband ready to purchase her out of the slavery into which she had fallen and make her his wife once again. This man was none other than Hosea the prophet.
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Calvary Chapel Thousand Oaks
2697 Lavery Court, Suite 14
Newbury Park, CA 91320
Thank you again to everyone who helped out with the memorial service last Saturday. The family and friends of the deceased as well as the church were greatly blessed by your service.
Tonight at 6 we complete our study through the book of Colossians. As Paul ends the final chapter to the church at Colossae, he exhorts us to “Remember my chains”, a beautifully haunting and Holy Spirit-inspired statement.
We’re looking for a few good men and women to help serve a memorial service at church tomorrow (Saturday), beginning at 2pm. Attire is casual/respectful. You don’t need a tie, but don’t show up in flip flops and a t-shirt either.
Jesus said to them, ‘If anyone desires to be first, he shall be last of all and servant of all.’ (Mark 9:35)
And if we don’t see you tomorrow, we’ll see you next Saturday for the conclusion of our study through Colossians.