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Pastor's Update

Grace Bible Church Celebrates Eighth Anniversary



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A Divine Perspective Concerning Our Enemies

"Learn to pity and bewail the condition of the enemy. Never grudge them their present advantages. Fret not thyself because of evil men, neither be thou envious of the workers of iniquity. Fret not, though they spoil thy resting place. It is God that hath bidden them do it to try thy faith and patience thereby. Wish them no ill with what they get of thine. It is their wages for their work and it will appear to them erelong that they have earned it dearly." John Bunyan



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Deacon Ordination Sunday



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Visit with Dr. Sam Horn, Seminary and University President



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Church Searching? Go to grow!



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Video Summary of 2020

This video was made by John and Viv Mulhern. They just showed up at our church one day during the week with a camera in hand. They just wanted to hear testimonies of God's goodness during the pandemic. I didn't have any time to prepare, but they worked hard to produce this short high quality video. Praise God!



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Increased Opposition

With the new White House administration comes a renewed commitment to the “Equality Act”. This Act was passed by the House on May 17, 2019 but it has never been ratified by the Republican controlled Senate. Kamala Harris is a co-sponsor of the bill.



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Hope In God

Be encouraged! Be uplifted! God is in control. We do our best to bring about change for good, but God promises to work all things together for our good (Romans 8:28). He has the greatness and the power and the glory and the victory and the majesty, indeed everything that is in the heavens and the earth; He has the dominion, and He exalts Himself as head over all. (1 Chronicles 29:11)



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God Is Sovereign

God is God. (Isaiah 46:10)



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Baptism Sunday August 2020

In January of 2013 we were sent to the front lines of the mission field. Even though Utah is in the heart of America, it is a spiritual wasteland like nothing we have ever experienced (far more so than Las Vegas, New York, or San Francisco). Evangelicals make up less than 2% of the population. That's less than some Middle East countries. This is mainly because of the dominating cult of Mormonism. Though Mormons say they are Christians just like us, the open-mindedness only works one way.



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