Berean Baptist Church


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5151 Columbus Rd
Macon, GA 31206
(478) 477-2190
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Berean Baptist Church Macon GA with Citizen Impact - USA.
We look forward to having Paul Smith with Citizen Impact in our service tomorrow morning. Don't miss this important presentation and message!

The Pastor's Heart 2/10/2017 I have a friend who will often reply to the question, "How are you?" with this response: "Wide open." I know what he means, and I'm sure you do too. Life today throws a schedule at us that often requires full throttle to get through. For the most part, the activities that crowd our schedules are right and good, things that we enjoy or just simply need to get done. Even many of the retired folks in our church often comment on this time crunch. There's certainly nothing wrong with being busy, staying active, or working hard. The problem, however, is that many times we find our schedule slowly and steadily making us its slave. And I've observed something interesting on that point. When enslaved by a schedule, the first things that seem to be set aside or neglected are the spiritual priorities. Bible study. Prayer. Church attendance. Witnessing. Then, before we know it, our peace and joy evaporate and spiritual coldness sets in. We’re not even sure why, but life seems to become one long frustrating grind, just trying to keep up and keep our heads above the floodwaters of all the demands on our time. God's Word addresses this problem in 1 Corinthians 6:12 where Paul writes, "All things are lawful unto me, but all things are not expedient [helpful]: all things are lawful for me, but I will not be brought under the power [enslaved] of any." So here’s something to consider. Do you set your schedule, and then try to squeeze God in? Who is in control of your life? Your Schedule or the Spirit of God? Slow down. Evaluate. Be still and know God (Psalm 46:10). Give Him control of your time. Let Him remove or reorganize the things that are keeping you from time with Him or faithfulness to His church. I promise you; you’ll be amazed at what you'll still be able to accomplish! Be "wide open" for God!

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The Pastor's Heart 2/3/2017 It just keeps coming up this week. I can’t get away from it, so I decided to write about it. No, I’m not talking about the extensive media coverage of the new president’s first two weeks in office, although it has been interesting. And it’s not the Super Bowl coverage either, even though the Falcons are playing in the big game for just the second time in their history. By the way, Rise Up! The subject for today comes from a thought that the Lord has placed on my heart over and over in the last several days. It concerns the importance of His Word and our desperate need to spend time in its pages. It was something He put on my heart to share with our church last Sunday morning in our “Building the Body” series. Then, it appeared this week in the current chapter of the book we’re reading for our Men of the Word Bible study. And since I couldn't get away from it, the truth ended up as a devotion I shared on Wednesday in a local elementary school chapel. You see, the Bible should be an essential part of our daily routine and not just something we pick up and carry to church. The patriarch, Job, said it well, even in the midst of the heavy grief of his trials. “Neither have I gone back from the commandment of His lips; I have esteemed the words of His mouth more than my necessary food” (Job 23:12). Now Job didn’t have the completed Bible that we have, yet he still valued the revelation that God had given him. You see, to Job it appears that God’s word was more than just a blessing, although it certainly is. It was more than a guide for life, and it is that, no doubt. To Job, the word of God was sustenance absolutely necessary for his walk in this world, just as food and drink are for the body’s life and health. And that’s the attitude we should have. So that’s the question I ask myself today. It’s a question for you as well. Do we truly consider God’s word essential to our spiritual well being? Without it, do we stand a chance in this world full of temptations and trials? The answer to the question is only seen in the priority we give it in our schedules. God’s word. Is it important? Sure. But do we treasure it “more than my necessary food”? Good question.

Berean Baptist Church Macon GA updated their cover photo.
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