Asbury United Methodist Church

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Asbury United Methodist Church
Asbury United Methodist Church is listed in the Churches Methodist category in New Port Richey, Florida. Displayed below are the social networks for Asbury United Methodist Church which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Asbury United Methodist Church on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 86.

Contact information for Asbury United Methodist Church is:
4204 Thys Rd
New Port Richey, FL 34653
(727) 842-8136

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Asbury United Methodist Church has an overall ZapScore of 86. This means that Asbury United Methodist Church has a higher ZapScore than 86% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in New Port Richey, Florida is 38 and in the Churches Methodist category is 50. Learn more about ZapScore

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A Thought for the Day Devotion Purpose of Adversity Psalm 37:23-28 When we’re going through an intense time of adversity, it seems we usually focus exclusively on the momentary trouble. We frequently fail to see any value whatsoever in our suffering. God, however, has specific purposes for bringing us through times of hardship. One reason He may allow adversity in our life is to teach us to hate evil. Now, you may be hesitant to use the word hate in any situation, and yet this is exactly what the Word of God instructs us to do. Psalm 97:10 proclaims, “Hate evil, you who love the Lord.” Isn’t it true, however, that we often don’t act as if we hate evil? In many instances, in fact, our tendency is to play around with it, keeping it close by for our own amusement, and making excuses for its presence in our lives. We may say, “Well, I can’t escape evil in this world. It’s all around me! I guess the best I can hope to do is to try and manage it appropriately.” What a deception this is. We are not commanded to manage or manipulate evil; instead, we are instructed to hate its very presence. Psalm 37 says, “Depart from evil and do good, so you will abide forever” (v. 27). When we see evil, we are to turn around and run in the opposite direction! Yes, we live in a world that is permeated by evil, and we cannot avoid it at all times. However, we can remove ourselves from particularly tempting situations. The heavenly Father can help us recognize the evil one’s pitfalls in our life. Pray and ask Him today for the wisdom and strength to avoid such traps.A

Happy Mother's Day Sunday!! "As a mother comforts her child, so will I comfort you; and you will be comforted over Jerusalem." - Isaiah 66:13

1 Kings 16; Luke 22:47-71 Today's Thoughts: Following Him And Elijah came to all the people, and said, "How long will you falter between two opinions? If the Lord is God, follow Him; but if Baal, follow him." But the people answered him not a word. 1 Kings 18:21 Do you ever find yourself faltering between two opinions? Have you ever felt torn between decisions and not sure of what to do? Maybe we get torn sometimes because we are focusing more on the what, than on the Who. Whether we want to admit it, everything comes down to a choice. We must choose between who, what and how almost everyday of our lives. The Bible makes it clear that we are to choose whom we will follow. There really is no middle road. The problem lies in the fact that we do not like to think of ourselves as choosing to follow a false god, like Baal. But when we turn from following the Lord, we are turning to follow something else. We get caught up in life’s activities and look for God only when we need Him. Did we just choose those activities over the Lord? Probably so. How do we make sure that we choose God first in everything? We must make the Lord our priority everyday. We must start our day with Him, praying about our schedules, asking for His guidance, reading His word for instruction, and worshiping Him with grateful hearts. We must learn to practice these things every day. If we put these actions into practice, then we will find ourselves following God, without faltering. God knows our hearts and He wants us to want Him more than anything else. He wants us to stop choosing the what in our lives and start choosing the Who, Jesus Christ. Start your day with the Lord and ask Him to guide you. Beware of choosing to serve the false gods of this world. The Lord will help you if you just ask Him.

Baby Michaela baptised & dedicated to the Lord at Asbury UMC on 4/23 (foster child to the Collins Family). What a wonderful time to rejoice in the Lord for this precious one!!

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Asbury UMC's new Children's Church on Easter Sunday. Come & visit us some time! We're learning alot about God and how He wants us to live as a child of God. Our lesson this week was "God wants me to include those who get left out" Memory verse: Show respect to everyone, love the family of believers" (1 Peter 2:17)


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Communion and Scouts Sunday today @ Asbury! https://t.co/kQWAuekZcf


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