David was having a bad day (an understatement)! The enemy had taken captive their wives and children, burned their homes, and his “loyal” followers were thinking of stoning him. I love what The Word says he did, “David strengthened himself in the Lord his God”. It wasn’t an automatic thing, he had to make a choice to speak to his own soul! This event took place just before he ascended to being King of Israel. DON'T GIVE UP! I want to encourage you that whatever is going on in your life be encouraged in the Lord! It works! Join us this Shabbat, February 3, at 10:30am as we gather to worship God, are encouraged in His word and by each other, and learn to rest in His presence!
We will continue our teaching in the book of Romans, as we complete chapter 9, and explore the subject of GOD’S SOVEREIGNTY. You don’t want to miss this important teaching especially as we look at the condition of our world. We need to see that He knows the beginning from the end and everything is in His hands!
WE WILL HAVE A POTLUCK ONEG FOLLOWING THE SERVICE, SO BRING A DISH TO SHARE, AND STAY FOR THE FELLOWSHIP. There will be Torah Midrash, before and after the service.
There will be a Bless Israel Outreach meeting at 2pm in the sanctuary for those going with us to Israel. Millie and I will be leading our annual journey to the land this February 12-26 along with 16 other folks from 4 different congregations! Please pray for us as we go that we would be a blessing to many people and that there would be much fruit. Also, If you desire to go with us in the future start praying now! We are already making plans for Bless Israel 2019. Part of the mandate we have at Or Chaim Congregation is to be a bridge and a connector to the community in Israel. We would love for you to join with us on a journey of a lifetime!
We so look forward to seeing you all on Shabbat. It truly is a joy to be with the “Mishpacha” hearing testimonies of what Father is going in our lives, worshipping together and of course, EXPERIENCING HIS PRESENCE AND HIS GLORY IN OUR MIDST!
Blessing and Shalom,
Stewart and Millie Lieberman
166 S Lookout Mountain Road
Golden CO 80401