‘A New Direction’
A revival was held at the Pocahontas County Opera House last week.
On the first night, Pastor Shaun Clark, of Mountain View Assembly of God, spoke about God’s love. Young Life director David Moore provided the music.
A hymn is more than a song. If you listen you will hear a complete sermon.
In the lyrics you will find light, hope and love.
Light – in our darkest hour, who brings light?
It’s God we call out to in times of distress.
Hope – all things are possible with God’s love. God’s love is unconditional.
Pastor Caleb Barkley, of Grace Baptist Church, shared a message Wednesday night about free will.
God allows us to do as we choose.
God has made His choice to forgive us.
The Pocahontas County High School choir sang “Amazing Grace” and “Hallelujah.” It was their first public performance, and they did a great job.
The third night, the crowd grew lively.
Marlinton Middle School principal Dustin Lambert started off the night with music and testimony.
Lambert has a terrific voice.
He said God is in the school because He lives inside those who believe.
Pastor Sam Felton spoke about the plan for our lives.
We need to follow the road map, to connect the dots, the time is now, today, don’t wait for tomorrow. Trust in God.
Sam sang one song, “Always There.”
It was, again, a sermon within itself.
Regardless of our situation or struggles. God is always there.