Apple Valley Worship Center

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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Snacks for the Soul - April 25, 2017 Jeremiah 12:7-17 “It’s Our Choice” God is not only saddened, but angered by His people when they turn to serve other gods. What makes it worse? When “shepherds” contribute to the backsliding that causes devastation and His people do not live in their inheritance. When they respond to God and turn back to Him, He is full of compassion. We have a choice. We can heed God’s word and correction and receive compassion or reject His generous word and face chaos and destruction.

Snacks for the Soul - April 25, 2017 Luke 16:14-18 “Let It Go!” As Jesus taught of the dangers of focusing on wealth, the religious elite scoffed at Him because of their love of money. Often people use their religion to justify themselves in the very things that bind them. Rather than receive Jesus instruction containing warning and correction, they mock the messenger. May God give us the wisdom and grace to see harmful attachments and adhere to His gracious liberating word.

Snacks for the Soul - April 24, 2017 Jeremiah 12:1-6 “Where Can I Go But to the Lord?” Little is as disturbing as seeing injustice and wickedness proceed unchecked. But Jeremiah knows better than to complain to men, but brings his case right to God. Many seem to prosper in a shallow form of religion while inwardly rebellious toward God. Even creation itself suffers from this. But Jeremiah has done the right thing by bringing his concerns to God and to Him alone he looks for an answer and relief.

Snacks for the Soul - April 24, 2017 Luke 16:1-13 “Let Go to Possess for Eternity” This parable of the unrighteous steward does not condone unrighteous behavior, but commends his shrewdness in being fired. Our use of material wealth reveals our faithfulness or lack thereof. If we truly desire TRUE wealth, we must demonstrate our faithfulness in what God has entrusted to us in the material realm. “No servant can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or else he will be devoted to one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and wealth.” (13) May God give us the grace to see we should not cling to what we cannot own, so we may obtain what we can own for all eternity.

Snacks for the Soul - April 21, 2017 Jeremiah 11:18-23 “God Defends His Servants” God made known to Jeremiah that His people were plotting against him. Jeremiah did not stop speaking God’s word, but sought God putting his life in His hands. Because of this, the Lord took up Jeremiah’s concerns to deal with his enemies. What was it that so infuriated them against Jeremiah? It was his faithfulness to God’s word. It is often the case of those resisting God’s word to turn against God’s servants. However, if we are faithful to turn to God, He takes up our cause.