The Lord has willed that this congregation has fulfilled its purpose in Bourne, TX and no longer meets. Praise be to Him Who wills all that comes to pass. You may find a church home at the Reformed Presbyterian Church of San Antonio. The website is http://rpcsa.org/
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Reformation Church 317 S. Sidney Baker, PMB 304 Kerrville, TX 78028
What difference does your being a child of the Lord make in your life? Have you ever really thought deeply about that question? Youâ€™d be surprised (at least, I am) at the number of Christians who have to admit that no, theyâ€™ve never really focused on what difference their faith makes in their day-to-day living.
Here is another question to ponder: Can you think of one thing you said or did yesterday that showed someone that you are a child of God in Christ? That you have something that changes menâ€™s hearts and changes the way they live? Thereâ€™s a question that has been repeated so often itâ€™s become a cliche, but itâ€™s so thought-provoking that even if youâ€™ve heard it a hundred times it still should make you reflect: If you were arrested for being a Christian, would there be enough evidence to convict you?
In what ways has your walk with the Lord changed you? A lot? A little? Or has it changed you at all? If you think it has changed you, why do you think so? How do you know? Can others see the changes? Weâ€™ll call these differences some of the marks of a Christian. This morning weâ€™ll start to examine some of these marks.
Great Sermon! Thank you for this sermon. It really spoke to my heart. I so appreciate the admonitions. We all need these, and sometimes outright rebuke. I'm really weary of the fuzzy-wuzzy watered down milk-toast "canned" sermons from an ever growing bunch of feel-good preachers. So, I really appreciate you Pastor (if you're reading this) all the more! May God bless you with spiritually lead (not the canned sermons) and spiritually filled sermons. Keep it up.