First Baptist Church Keller
Serving God in a Strange Land: The Book of Daniel
Worship – August 2, 2020
Locations & Times
  • First Baptist Church Keller
    225 Keller Pkwy, Keller, TX 76248, USA
    Sunday 8:30 AM
    Sunday 8:30 AM
Interceding for a Nation in Crisis
Daniel 9:1-19
Order of Service:

Come, People of the Risen King

Scripture Reading: 1 Timothy 1:15-17 (NASB) – Matt Perkinson

Immortal, Invisible, God Only Wise

Deacon-led Prayer – Keith Arnett (8:30), Matt Porter (11:00)

Glorious Day (Living He Loved Me)

"Man of Sorrows," What a Name

Love Divine, All Loves Excelling

Proclamation of God's Word – Rev. Keith Sanders

Time of Response: Jesus Paid It All

Benediction – Jack Gatewood

Organ Postlude – Jim Hoyer
Interceding for a Nation in Crisis
As the end of the Babylonian Captivity draws near, Daniel calls on God to be merciful to his nation.
I. Coming to Terms with Our Helplessness
II. Declaring God’s Faithfulness
III. Confessing Our Sinfulness
IV. Appealing to God’s Mercifulness

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Explore the Bible – August 2, 2020

Session 9 – Staying Sober – God expects believers to be good stewards of the bodies He has given them. Alcoholism and drug abuse have become a prominent feature of our cultural landscape. Lives have been destroyed, marriages ruined, families wounded, and communities disrupted because of its destructive influence. In this week’s study, we’ll discuss how God expects believers to be good stewards of the bodies He has given them. Read Proverbs 23:17-21,29-35, looking for the descriptors used by Solomon. Review the comments for session 9 in the Personal Study Guide to get a deeper understanding of these descriptors. How do these descriptors characterize abuse?
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meetings via Zoom
Beginning Wednesday, August 12, we will resume our prayer meetings. These meetings will take place via Zoom with a moderator from our staff and a link that will be used each week. Please watch for meeting times and link details.

Reopening Phases

See the plans for the next several weeks as we continue to regather on our campus.

Health and Safety Policy Update

Effective Sunday, June 28, 2020 – Pastor Keith shares the Executive Order of Tarrant County Judge B. Glen Whitley issued June 25, 2020, and outlines our health and safety policy that will take effect Sunday, June 28.
Women's Summer Book Club
Books are available for $12 and can be picked up Monday through Wednesday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the church office.
This timely 12-week Bible study will provide the help you need to exchange your anxieties for godly peace and contentment.

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