Preacher: Nathan Combs
Phone Numbers:
Building: 978-649-6437
Office: 978-703-4741

Lowell Public TV - Channel 8
Wednesday, 11 a.m. "Give Me The Bible"

Sunday:
Bible Studies: 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship: 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship: 5:00 p.m.

Wednesday:
Bible Studies: 7:00 p.m.

Address: 27 Old Tyng Road, Tyngsborough, MA 01879




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What the wicked fears will come upon him, But the desire of the righteous will be granted (Prov 10:24). "

This proverb paints a picture of a person consumed with guilt, fear, and paranoia. It will be their undoing. One example is King Ahaz. You can read about it in 1 Chron 28:16-20 (also 1 King 16) and especially Isaiah 7. Ahaz was a wicked king who would not trust in God. He made a treaty with Assyria (rather than trust God) because he was afraid of Aram and Israel attacking him. In the end, Assyria , his supposed helper, attacked him. Truly, "what the wicked fears will come upon him." Consider this next proverb:

"The wicked flee when no one is pursuing, But the righteous are bold as a lion (Prov 28:1). "

I remember stealing a little toy from a store when I was little. It was an inexpensive little hot wheel. I felt pleased with myself at first that no one noticed I took it. When I got home with it, I found that it brought me little joy. I couldn't really play with it for fear I would be caught with it. Even when my friends came over, I had to keep it in hiding. I lived in constant fear of being caught with it. I kept trying to find new and better hiding places for it. I hid it under the dresser, in the vent, between the mattresses, in a shoe. Then there was that time I nearly jumped out of my skin when I was in the process of finding a new hiding place for it. I had the hot wheel in my hand, and then I heard one of my parents walking down the hall. I ran behind my bed ready to fling the tiny toy under my bed. They never came in, they were just going to the bathroom.

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