Apple Valley Worship Center

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Apple Valley Worship Center
Apple Valley Worship Center is listed in the Churches Pentecostal category in Southington, Connecticut. Displayed below is the only current social network for Apple Valley Worship Center which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Apple Valley Worship Center on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 77.

Contact information for Apple Valley Worship Center is:
594 W Center Street Ext
Southington, CT 06489
(860) 628-5329

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Apple Valley Worship Center has an overall ZapScore of 77. This means that Apple Valley Worship Center has a higher ZapScore than 77% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Southington, Connecticut is 41 and in the category is 34. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Snacks for the Soul - July 21, 2017 Ezekiel 2 “Listen to God & Prophecy” God calls Ezekiel to stand and be attentive to His voice. No true prophet speaks for God unless he or she is first attentive to and listening to God’s voice. As leaders, we are called to hear God by consuming His word and speak prophetically to His people. Ezekiel is warned that the people are rebellious but whether or listen or not, is not his responsibility. He is not to fear them or react to their interests. “Now you, son of man, listen to what I am speaking to you; do not be rebellious like the rebellious house. Open your mouth and eat what I am giving you.” (8) Are we more concerned with what people say than what God says? The only way to have an effective prophetic voice is to listen and consume what God says.

Snacks for the Soul - July 21, 2017 John 5:9b-17 “Do We Have Power or Just Religion? How is it religious leaders failed to see the obvious miracle at the pool of Bethesda? Jesus had healed him on the Sabbath and told him to take up his bed and walk. The Jews distorted God’s intent in the Sabbath by adding requirements they could keep. They argued with a man healed by God’s power saying this could not be from God because this violated their religious views. “But he answered them, ‘He who made me well was the one who said to me, ‘Pick up your bed and walk.’” (11). They rejected the obvious because they were attached to false religious views. They were more concerned with their “religion” than with the man’s poor condition which they were powerless to change. Are we attached to views or practices, but without God’s power? Jesus cooperated with His Father, doing what He said and not what was expected in a their religious system. May our hearts be obedient to God regardless of the reactions of those attached to a religious system without power.

Snacks for the Soul - July 20, 2017 Ezekiel 1 “God Is in Control!” While Israel was in exile, God did not cease speaking to His people. He raised Ezekiel, a priest, who saw visions and shared words of hope, correction and encouragement. This initial vision is a heavenly perspective of earthly events showing God in charge, in control and giving direction. While details are difficult to understand, there is a message revealing God is in control of our dark times. What starts out looking like a scary storm, emerges as a well defined glorious image under perfect control: “Wherever the spirit was about to go, they would go in that direction…” (20a). The wheels were lined with eyes indicating perfect perception. No matter how dark the times may be, we can be confident our God is in control and through His Son gives perfect direction to His church.

Snacks for the Soul - July 20, 2017 John 5:1-9 “Healing Flowing From Compassion” This miracle has an interesting beginning. “After these things there was a feast of the Jews, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem.” This healing of a man at the pool of Bethesda occurred in the context of Jesus commitment to honor God’s worship gatherings. The man at the pool was not only without healing, but without help from others to put him in the pool. However, Jesus was not limited by this lack of human help, but compassionate toward all in need. May God give us the wisdom and grace to turn to Him in our helplessness and receive healing that flows from His compassion.

Snacks for the Soul - July 19, 2017 Lamentations 5 “Restore Us to You, O Lord” This prayer for mercy reflects the distraught condition of failing to honor God. The youth suffer as a result of the bad choices of their elders. This manifested in enemies ruling over them and a loss of joy in all. The place of worship became a place of for prey. Where did they find hope again? In turning to the God Who rules forever. In calling upon Him to be restored to Him. ‘Restore us to You, O LORD, that we may be restored;…” (21a).