This Sabbath November 30 at Richardson- “Dealing With Fear”

After World War II a young shoemaker, Janez Rus, went into hiding at his sister’s farmhouse outside Zalna, Yugoslavia, because he was afraid he would be punished for his pro-Nazi wartime activities. For the next 32 years he hid because of his fears. He cried when he heard happy voices outside and he cried because he was afraid to attend his own mother’s funeral. Throughout those years he did nothing. He never left the house, and could only look down at the village in the valley. When he was found after more than three decades in hiding he said, “If I had not been discovered, I would have remained in hiding. So I am happy that this happened.”

Our fears can paralyze us. They cause us to hide from life and reality. They can keep us from accomplishing our God-given purpose.

Join us this Sabbath at Richardson (9am & 11:30am) as we look at “Dealing With Fear” through a study of Psalms 94.

This is part of a three-month journey through the Book of Psalms as we learn how to deal with difficult emotions. Here are future subjects–

  • Dec 7   Dealing With Inferiority   Psalm 105
  • Dec 14   Pastor Salomon Espinoza, Youth Sabbath
  • Dec 21   Special Guest: Pastor Dustin Serns
  • Dec 28   Dealing With Guilt   Psalm 143

Here are some links to help us in our journey.

All events are open to the public and free of charge at 1201 W. Belt Line Road, Richardson, Texas. Feel free to invite a friend to join you! 

“In the multitude of my anxieties within me,

Your comforts delight my soul.” Psalm 94:19.

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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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