The Greatest Verse in the Bible – John 3:16

For God  —  the greatest being
so  —  the greatest degree
loved  —  the greatest affection
the world  —  the greatest object of love
that He gave  —  the greatest act
His only  —  the greatest treasure
begotten  —  the greatest relationship
Son  —  the greatest gift
that whoever  —  the greatest company
believes  —  the greatest trust
in Him  —  the greatest object of faith
should not perish  —  the greatest deliverance
but have  —  the greatest assurance
eternal  —  the greatest promise
life  —  the greatest blessing – Dr. Elmer Towns

The Gospel in a Nutshell – The Bible in Miniature Form

Once a Year Charles Spurgeon preached on John 3:16. My Dad loved John 3:16. Before he died he told me that he had 50 sermons on John 3:16. ( I wished I would have acquired copies of those sermons). Since the start of the Country Fellowship Church this will be Sermon #3 from John 3:16. We will observe the Lord’s Supper following the sermon.

Love You Church Family! -Pastor Charles –

P.S. Did you know that John 3:16 is the Sweetest Song Ever Written? It is and it is written in the Key of B. B Saved!

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After the service next Sunday we will have dinner on the ground with the Methodist. See the food sign up sheet.

How do you give to the Ministry of Country Fellowship? Offering Bucket and Envelopes on Welcome Table and online. How do you join for membership of Country Fellowship? Pick up a green Sheet on the Welcome Table and take it to Pastor Charles. Prayer Request Sheets on Welcome Table.


Sunday School : 9:00 a.m.; Worship 10:15 a.m.; Pastor’s Class  Onsite & Online Fridays 10:00 a.m. / Watercrest Worship @ 3:00 Each Thursday @ Watercrest

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The 7th Beatitude – The 7th Way: “Blessed are the Peacemakers, for the shall be called the children of God.” Matthew 5:9

Are you a bridgebuilder?

How can each one of us build a bridge to reach out to people?

In what ways is it challenging  to live at peace with God, others and yourself in our culture?

Can you think of anyone that you need to make peace with today?

How is peace with God, others and yourself important to your cultural influence?