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Mt. Zion Baptist Church is not only a congregation; it is a cooperation of adherents meeting up to announce the superbness of the Lord, and to observe Jesus as King. Our prayer to God is that you will be honored and reinforced by the love of Jesus Christ, and that you will carry on with an existence of community, delight and freedom. We think about the Word, hone what we learn, and in the process become a community of believers. We would like to welcome you to join us soon at one of our amazing Sunday worship services.

 

This Week's Message

February 10, 2019 Minister Curtis Bryant, Youth Pastor 1st Kings 17:2-16 “I’m Shifting For Our Sake” In some areas of life we must learn to shift, change some things such as relationships, those around us, the way we treat others, etc, for a better outcome. We sometimes become complacent because things seem to be going good for us. We have a good job, bills are paid on time, everything seems to be flowing in the right direction and suddenly it all stops. Health takes a turn, money is funny, relationships aren’t the same, your brook has dried up. How does God feel when this happens? Nature remains the same but He is always prepared when adverse things arise in our lives. We must be ready to shift and follow God. We often complain and ask why is this happening to me? God wants us to shift for something better. We must 1) acknowledge the atmosphere around us which if prompting us to shift because we need to change. Be honest with ourselves and acknowledge what we have gotten ourselves into. We may think that we are just having a bad day and keep doing the same thing hoping it will get better. We must acknowledge that the season is over and we have to “shift”. We need to recognize that we have too much potential and people relying on us to remain in a bad place. God will help you shift to a better place. 2) Do something different. Stop doing the same thing over and over expecting a different result. You have to put some effort into the shift. It seems that we are only motivated to shift when something or someone hurts us. We should break bad habits, bad parenting, support others, do things a better way. No matter how old we get we can still shift. Make the effort to do better. 3)Watch God work. See how it comes together. Make a move and shift into the season of blessings that God has for you.

 

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