Believer's Chapel

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Believer's Chapel
Believer's Chapel is listed in the Religious Services & Organizations category in Canastota, New York. Displayed below is the only current social network for Believer's Chapel which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Believer's Chapel on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 49.

Contact information for Believer's Chapel is:
2657 Seneca Tpke
Canastota, NY 13032
(315) 697-2866

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Believer's Chapel has an overall ZapScore of 49. This means that Believer's Chapel has a higher ZapScore than 49% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Canastota, New York is 37 and in the Religious Services & Organizations category is 40. Learn more about ZapScore.

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"If a burden is laid on my back and another immediately takes it off and carries it himself," said Meister Eckhart, "it can make no difference to me whether it is one or a hundred pounds." In the Scriptures, there would seem to be three kinds of burdens recognized. First, the burden of loving help which we are admonished to give to others: "Carry each other's burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ" (Galatians 6:2). Secondly, the burden of moral responsibility which no one can shift to another: "For each one should carry his own load" (Galatians 6:5). Thirdly, the burden resulting from our fallen state, consisting of sin, fear, worry, disappointments, sorrows, remorse, bitter memories and self-accusations. The first burden never harmed a soul. The second may even be a source of quiet comfort if our hearts are right. It is the third sort that ages and shrivels and kills. And there is no valid reason for our carrying it (or them, for there are many of this kind). "Cast your cares on the Lord and he will sustain you" (Psalm 55:22). That was what the good Eckhart had in mind when he suggested that no burden would be heavier than any other if the Lord carried it for us. A. W. Tozer Sermon: What To Do With Burdens



We confess, do we not, that we have a Christian responsibility to believe God's Word and to obey God's Truth? Then we should accept the fact that it is our task to practice the Christian virtues in the power of the Holy Spirit as we await the coming of Him who will come. The great spiritual needs around us should drive us back to the gospel records of the life and ministry of our Lord Jesus. When evil men crucified Jesus, killed Him, they had no power to change Him. They could not alter the Person or the personality of the Son of God. Putting Him on the cross did not drain away any of His divine affection for a lost race. The best thing we know about our Lord and Savior is that He loves the sinner. He has always loved the outcast-and for that we should be glad, for we, too, were once outcasts! We are descended from that first man and woman who failed God and disobeyed. They were cast out of the garden, and God set in place a flaming sword to keep them from returning! A. W. Tozer Sermon: We Were Outcast, Too