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Below is where you can find the latest news, information, and announcements concerning our church. We want to keep people connected, no matter their location, to what is happening here at Mount Salem.
Church Revitalization

Revitalization Workshop

Church Revitalization

Church Revitalization

As we approach our 200th anniversary, partner with Mount Salem Baptist Church in our revitalization. Join us after the service on March 18th in a workshop led by Pastor Tim and the Revitalization Committee. Let us know if you and any of your family members will be attending by using the flyer in your Sunday bulletin. Lunch will be provided so please RSVP. The Workshop will be over at approximately 3:30 P.M. We hope you’ll be able to attend!
 
Finally, if you have any questions, concerns, allergies, or need other accommodations, please email info@mountsalem.org
 

“That you may walk worthy of the Lord, fully pleasing Him, being fruitful in every good work and increasing in the knowledge of God.” Colossians 1: 10



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For You are not a God who delights in wickedness; evil cannot dwell with You. The boastful cannot stand in Your presence; You hate all evildoers. (Psalms 5:4-5 HCSB)

We live in an age when truth is relative. This leads to a redefinition or lack of recognition of that which is wrong. Followers of Christ must hold true to the word of God to know the difference between right and wrong. We can not DO that which is wrong according to God and think that HE is ok with it. Live in obedience to the word this week!

Journey On,



In an instant - Psalm 27:14 NIV

In an instant

In an instant - Psalm 27:14 NIV

In an instant

“Wait for the LORD; Be strong and let your heart take courage; Yes, wait for the LORD.” Psalms 27:14 NASB

 

Who likes to wait? We live in an instant age and it’s caused us to lose faith in God. The word for wait in the OT means to rely upon. As time passes ours lives should become more reliant upon God but we live in an age when we can have it all in an instant. This over time makes us weak and easily discouraged. Waiting requires patience, perseverance and endurance that strengths us, brings discipline and fils us with courage. It’s hardly ever fun but try waiting for the Lord this week. In the end it’s worth the wait. (Is. 40:28-31)

Journey ON, Tim
 
Find more from Pastor Tim Hunter, check out our Sermon Audio page. Our current Being Well/Well Being series focuses on The Beatitudes in Matthew 5. Use our YouTube channel to view services.