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Canyon Ministry Leaders

Andrew Gutierrez, Pastor-Teacher


agutierrez@canyonprescott.org
928.277.0017
Brad Penner, Elder
brad.penner505@gmail.com
928.778.2734
Dave Lutz, Elder
Small Group Ministry
davidrlutz60@gmail.com
Jason Drumm, Elder, Associate Pastor
jdrumm@canyonprescott.org
928.277.0017
Jeff Nordyke
Childrens Ministry/Administration
admin@canyonprescott.org
childrenscbcp@gmail.com
Greg Fine
Ushers & Greeters
gregoryfine@yahoo.com
Jeff Timm
Set-Up, Tear-Down & Sound
jefftimm@cableone.net
Chris Wilson
Security Team
cawilson626@yahoo.com
Jared Willis
Music Ministry
jaraldo13@yahoo.com
Chuck Schafer
Needs Ministry
crmsfamily@yahoo.com
Kristy Tracy
Womens Ministry
thetracys@cableone.net

Canyon Bible Church // Prescott


Church Office: 122 N. Cortez Street, Ste. 317
Phone: 928.277.0017 CanyonPrescott.org

For my thoughts are not your thoughts,


neither are your ways my ways, declares the Lord.
For as the heavens are higher than the earth,
so are my ways higher than your ways
and my thoughts than your thoughts.
Isaiah 55:8-9

What Do We Do With the Law?


2 Timothy 3:16-17
July 17, 2016

Welcome and Announcements


Adoration
Song: The Lord Our God
Confession
Scripture Reading: Ephesians 2:1-10
Pastoral Prayer
Assurance of Pardon
Song: All I Have is Christ
Thanksgiving
Song: Firm Foundation
Petition
Prayer
Instruction
Sermon: What Do We Do With the Law?
2 Timothy 3:16-17
Lords Table & Offering
Song & Lords Table: O Fount of Love
Song & Offering: Behold Our God
Prayer & Dismissal

Application: Are there examples to follow? Commands to obey?


Errors to avoid? Sins to forsake? Promises to claim?
Thoughts about God? Principles to live by?

Friday
Bible Reading: Luke 12:49-59; 2 Thess. 3:14-18; Psalm 150; 2 Chron. 34-36

This week pray for the Community Pregnancy Center. Below is a statement from their website on prayer. Pray along
with them for the Lords will and protection upon their
min-istry:
The Community Pregnancy Center firmly believes that life
is a spiritual battle and prayer is our most powerful weapon. We recognize that prayer is essential to every initiative
and project we undertake. By partnering with us in prayer,
you are helping CPC seek the Lords will and protec-tion
for this ministry and the clients we serve.

Canyon Announcements
Friendship Folders
As you pass the Friendship Folders, for prayer requests and
praise reports please also register your attendance. We simply ask you to write your name to let us know you are here.
We desire to call or email those who may be away or sick
for an extended period of time, so if you are present please
kindly indicate by writing your name. If there is no one sitting
at the end of an isle, please make sure the worship guide gets
passed.
Childrens Ministry
Our day camp will be July 25-29th 8 a.m. to noon each day.
There are flyers on the back tables that you can take with
you to pass out to family, neighbors, co-workers and friends.
Please help us get the word out in the community as we seek
to use this opportunity for evangelism.
Student Ministries
This Wednesday night Student Ministries will be meeting at
the Timms house.

Saturday
Bible Reading: Luke 13:1-9; 1 Tim. 1:1-11; Proverbs 1; Ezra 1-2

Read the blog Hope For a Doomed Culture by


Jeremiah Johnson, the fourth post from the Hope for a
Doomed Culture series at www.gty.org.

Prayer Group
A new prayer group has started that will meet before services
on Sunday to pray for the service. If interested contact Kalon
McMahan, carmenaz29@yahoo.com.
State of the Union: A Biblical Response
On September 18 & 25 from 6:00 to 7:15 p.m., at Miller
Valley School, Andrew is going to give two lectures on our
nations upcoming election from a Biblical worldview titled
State of the Union: A Biblical Response.
Usher/Greeter Ministry
Our usher/greeter team is in need of servants. If interested
please contact Greg Fine at gregoryfine@yahoo.com.

Monday

Wednesday

Bible Reading: Luke 12:1-12; 2 Thess. 2:1-12; Psalm 146; 2 Chron. 22-24

Bible Reading: Luke 12:22-34; 2 Thess. 3:1-5; Psalm 148; 2 Chron. 28-29

Pray over the sermon from Sunday and ask the Lord to
help you identifying areas in your life where you can apply
what was learned from the sermon.

We know from Romans 1 that many lost people worship the


creation. We know this to be foolishness, but we are prone to
swing the pendulum so far in the other direction that we pay
no attention to creation as a matter of worship. Instead, we
ought to read Psalm 19:1-6 and allow the extravagant wonder
of the world to ignite in our hearts an ascending praise to the
Creator of such fascinating beauty. Let the living intricacies
of each leafs veins fill our hearts with wonder for the inventor of such meticulous operations. May the sight of the rising
sun, shimmering tiny rainbows in the morning dew, be to our
souls a refreshing reminder of the reverence we ought to
have for the orchestrator of such delightful providences. What
wonderful Father could invent such satisfying circumstances
for his children? How marvelous is our Kings kingdom that it
should fill our lives with such creative beauty at every turn?
Being surrounded constantly by such wonder, a fully immersive experience, ought to give a vibrance to our lives as we
look around us and see the creative powers of the one who
hung the moon. Let us, with creation, declare the glory of the
Lord.

Tuesday

Thursday

Bible Reading: Luke 12:13-21; 2 Thess. 2:13-17; Psalm 147; 2 Chron. 25-27

Bible Reading: Luke 12:35-48; 2 Thess. 3:6-13; Psalm 149; 2 Chron. 30-33

In 1 Thessalonians 2:13 Paul gives thanks to God for the Thessalonians as he does in 1:3. Paul is giving thanks because their
faith and love for one another is growing. He is also giving
thanks because God chose them to be saved through Christ
and to be sanctified by the Holy Spirit. Pray and thank God
for Him choosing you, Christ saving you, and the Holy Spirits
work in sanctifying you. Pray that the Lord grows your faith
abundantly and your love for one another increases.

You have seen them: people out there, apart from Christ,
who will one day be experiencing physical pain in hell as
their bodies are actually burned unceasingly. We would
want to put this out of our minds quickly because it is
unpleasant, but the uncomfortable nature of the thought
ought instead to move us to action.
It is simple. Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord
will be saved. They need faith to call on Christ in order to
be saved, and faith comes from hearing, and hearing the
word of Christ.
How then will they call on him in whom they have not
believed? And how are they to believe in him of whom
they have not heard?
That person whom you may encounter today, or this
week, needs not be on their way to eternal suffering. God
has placed you in their path as the mouthpiece of eternal
life for them. R
ead Romans 10:12-17 and ask the Lord how
he would have you respond.