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Of the poor in spirit Jesus says, "Theirs is the Kingdom of heaven."  This kingdom is not, as Christ's hearers had hoped, a temporal and earthly dominion. Christ was opening to men the spiritual kingdom of His love, His grace, His righteousness. The ensign of the Messiah's reign is distinguished by the likeness of the Son of man.  His subjects are the poor in spirit, the meek, the persecuted for righteousness' sake.  The kingdom of heaven is theirs. 

 

All who have a sense of their deep soul poverty, who feel that they have nothing good in themselves, may find righteousness and strength by looking unto Jesus.  He says, "Come unto Me, all ye that labor and are heavy-laden." Matthew 11:28.  He bids you exchange your poverty for the riches of His grace. We are not worthy of God's love but Christ, our surety, is worthy, and is abundantly able to save all who shall come unto Him.                 -Love Unlimited 138


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         

            Living Well with Hypertension                                 & Diabetes Workshop

 

  • Learn how to manage your high blood pressure with medication management, reading food labels, reducing sodium intake, and understanding your numbers.
  • Learn how to deal with symptoms of diabetes such as fatigue, pain, high and low blood sugar, stress, and emotional issues such as depression, anger, fear and frustration.
  • Learn what exercises you can do to improve strength and endurance.
  • Learn how healthy eating can help you manage your diabetes.

 

    SUNDAYS - JANUARY 5th - FEBRUARY 16th, 2020

                     10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

 


 


 


     

 


     

                    Family Life Ministries