Watch the Sunday worship service at First Baptist Church, Texarkana live online without any hassle. Live broadcasts of their Sunday Service is made available from their headquarter at 3015 Moores Ln, Texarkana, TX 75503, United States.
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What time is First Baptist Church, Atlanta Sunday Service?
You can take part in the First Baptist Church of Atlanta’s online service this Sunday and experience the word of God and its life changing effect. Their Sunday service schedules are as follows:
1st Service: 9:15 am In-person
2nd Service: 10:30am In-person
All times stated are at the Central Daylight Time (CDT)
The service will be available for online livestream by 4:15pm
Who will be ministering Live this Sunday at the First Baptist Church, Texarkana?
Pastor Jeff Schreve is the main minister and speaker at the First Baptist Church, Texarkana, and you can expect to be blessed by his ministration today. Other prominent ministers include Chris Schroeder – Teaching Pastor, Quinn Stanfill – Worship Pastor, Bryan Bixler – Care & Connections Pastor, Ben Hill – Discipleship Pastor, Cross Bright – College & Student Pastor, Stephanie Bright – Minister to Children.
“Jesus therefore lifting up His eyes, and seeing that a great multitude was coming to Him, said to Philip, ‘Where are we to buy bread that these may eat?’ And this He was saying to test him; for He Himself knew what He was intending to do. Philip answered Him, ‘Two hundred denarii worth of bread is not sufficient for them, for everyone to receive a little.’
The crowd around Jesus was extra large that day, numbering five thousand men plus women and children. Roughly twenty thousand were on the hillside, listening to His Word and receiving healing from His hand. As the afternoon began to dim, the disciples asked Jesus to call it a day and send the multitudes away so they could get dinner. But Jesus didn’t want to send them away. He wanted to feed them.
Every question the Lord asks is a test. He never asks a question for information because He knows all things. He asks questions to get us to start looking at our problems and challenges through the eyes of faith. So much of what we face in life is beyond us—and it is purposely so. We can’t rise to the occasion, just like Philip couldn’t afford to buy enough bread to feed the multitude. The Lord places us in those predicaments to get us to look up, to learn to factor Him in to every equation.