This Sabbath at Richardson (November 10) – “The Time of Jacob’s Trouble”

Have you ever felt overwhelmed by guilt and terrified at your circumstances? That is what Jacob, the patriarch, was feeling as he headed home with his large family after having been gone twenty years (Genesis 32). He wondered if his brother Esau still wanted to kill him. He knew that many of his problems in life were a direct result of his own sins, defects and flaws. And he wondered if God would really forgive him and take care of him.

God’s people in the last days will go through a similar experience after the close of probation called the “Time of Jacob’s Trouble” (Jeremiah 30:3-7). During this time, when evil men are plotting their destruction and they are overwhelmed
with a sense of their own deficiencies, Jesus will show up!

Join us this Sabbath (November 10 at 9am and 11:30am) at Richardson Seventh-day Adventist Church as we study “The Time of Jacob’s Trouble” from Genesis 32. This message is part of our “Final Events” series.

Also this week there will be two very special events–

  • November 9-16 (Fri-Fri each evening) “Final Days” Prophecy Meetings (7pm English, 8pm Spanish) presented by Pastor Salomon Espinoza
  • November 17 (Sab afternoon 3:30-6:00pm) Soul Winning Festival at Garland Spanish Seventh-day Adventist Church

All services are free and open to the public at 1201 W. Belt Line Road, Richardson, Texas. Bring a friend and enjoy learning from God’s Word.

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About danserns

Happily married and father of three great kids. Seventh-day Adventist pastor who invites everyone to accept Jesus as their Savior and Lord, embrace all the teachings of the Bible and join a vibrant Adventist group.
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