Second Baptist Church Of England AR

 Announcement

Prayer Meeting Dial (267) 807-9692

Bible Study Passcode 592-440


Wednesday at 6:00pm  

Join us on either call in or pastors Facebook page.


Sunday School Sunday at 9:30 

Sis Louise Thompson, Teacher Minister Sue Sims, Teacher.


Health Fair Sunday, Feb 19 

Nurses on hand to do blood pressure checks, Glucose checks share information, door prizes, snacks. Immediately after morning worship in the Robert L. Allen Memorial Fellowship Hall.


February-Black History Month


Pastors Contact Information 

Cell: 501-247-2291


  Prayer List

Please Continue to pray for all our sick, shut-in, and bereaved members and friends. Lets keep each other in prayer especially during these trying times. Prayer still works!

Words from The Pastor

“And I will rejoice in Jerusalem, and joy in my people: and the voice of weeping shall be no more heard in her, nor the voice of crying.”— Isaiah 65:19

The glorified weep no more, for all outward causes of grief are gone. There are no broken friendships, nor blighted prospects in heaven. Poverty, famine, peril, persecution and slander, are unknown there.

No pain distresses, no thought of death or bereavement saddens. They weep no more, for they are perfectly sanctified. No “evil heart of unbelief” prompts them to depart from the living God; they are without fault before his throne, and are fully conformed to his image.

Well may they cease to mourn who have ceased to sin. They weep no more, because all fear of change is past. They know that they are eternally secure. Sin is shut out, and they are shut in. They dwell within a city which shall never be stormed; they bask in a sun which shall never set; they drink of a river which shall never dry; they pluck fruit from a tree which shall never wither.

Well may they cease to mourn who have ceased to sin. They weep no more, because all fear of change is past. They know that they are eternally secure. Sin is shut out, and they are shut in. They dwell within a city which shall never be stormed; they bask in a sun which shall never set; they drink of a river which shall never dry; they pluck fruit from a tree which shall never wither.

The joy of Christ, which is an infinite fulness of delight, is in them. They bathe themselves in the bottomless, shoreless sea of infinite beatitude. That same joyful rest remains for us. It may not be far distant.

Ere long the weeping willow shall be exchanged for the palm-branch of victory, and sorrow’s dewdrops will be transformed into the pearls of everlasting bliss. “Wherefore comfort one another with these words.”

Charles Spurgeon, Morning Devotion, August 23, 2020

Prayers


Our Calendar