To God Be the Glory!
Metropolitan Church of Christ
PO Box 15450
Fort Worth, Texas 76119
MAY 2ND, 2021
Jesus is the missing peace.✝
1) Temps over 100 not permitted.
2) Masks must be worn.
3) Designated seating will be in place; families may sit together.
4) Ushers will dismiss row by row.
5) Please do not congregate in the foyer nor the halls. Please leave the building after dismissal.
6) Thank you for helping to create a safe fellowship environment.
COMMUNION AND OFFERING WILL NO LONGER BE OFFERED ON SATURDAYS IN LIEU OF CHURCH SERVICES RESUMING MAY 2, 2021
WEDNESDAY BIBLE CLASS
Just click link below to sign up and wait to receive a phone call 6:50pm on Wednesday, which will connect you to the conference. It's that easy! In case you forget, you'll get a reminder text approximately 20 mins before we begin. We are studying the book of Deuteronomy and having a great time! https://bit.ly/3gQDxlm
Tarrant County COVID-19 Vaccination Signup info
Get vaccinated by Tarrant County Public Health. For information on receiving COVID-19 vaccine click here.
911 - Is For Emergencies Only
911 is for emergencies only! God wants us to call on Him! Not only for emergencies, but at ALL times!
Basing Expectations on Truth
We all jump to conclusions and make assumptions—even the disciples missed important truth in this way. Jesus told them repeatedly that He was going to be crucified and raised to life after three days. Their ears heard His words, but their minds and hearts didn’t.
The disciples knew Jesus was the Messiah, but their assumptions about how and when His kingdom would come kept them from hearing how the Lord actually said it would happen. They were looking for a Savior who would overthrow Rome and then rule with the disciples by His side. However, Jesus’ words of death and resurrection were the exact opposite of that. They hadn’t understood the promise of the resurrection, so when Jesus died, their dreams died too, which left them feeling hopeless (Luke 23:46; Luke 23:48).
We might wonder, How could they be so dense? But before we judge them too harshly, let’s remember that we, too, often have ideas about how the Lord should work in our life and in the world.
God’s ways won’t always match ours, because He works from an eternal perspective and we don’t. So we must remember that His ways are best. Let’s drop our expectations and trust Him. intouch.org
GIVE ONLINE BY TEXT OR MAIL
Your offering can also be mailed to:
Metropolitan Church of Christ
Po Box 15450
Fort Worth, TX 76119
Text the amount you'd like to give to 817-532-5240 (e.g. $50).
If you have donated by text before, you'll receive a text in response confirming that your gift has been received successfully and you’re done.
If it's your first time donating by text, you'll be sent a message that says, "It looks like you are a new giver; to begin: (link provided).
It will be a link to the church's online giving page. By clicking on the link you will be asked to supply your payment method (credit card, debit card, or bank account). This payment source will then be linked with your phone number so that, in the future, all you will need to do is text in the amount. (You will not need to re-enter the payment information.)
(Prayer requests remain in effect for 1 week unless renewed)
FAMILY & FRIENDS
April Watson, Marvin Jr, Christene Peoples, Frankie Venters, Nathaniel Elder, Bro Hamilton
Ken McDonald Family
SICK & SHUT-IN
Bonnie Barnes, Geneva Foster - recovering from hip surgery, Nellie Jordan - Nursing Home, Bill Ravin, Ozella Mitchell, Lola Breed – Emerald Hills Rehab & Healthcare; Jerry W Elder - Southwest Rehab, & Brenda Allen - Vincent Victoria Village Rehab, Marie Bolton
Nancy McDonald May 12
Geneva Foster May 13