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Two Vital Questions

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 Life is Hard.  
Is God Against Me?
 Rev. Mike Chastain
Life has trouble. We have real difficulties. Things that seem to be good are withheld from us. Things that seem to be bad come against us. We believe God is sovereign and so we are in conflict when we experience what we see as hurtful and harmful and have to conclude that it comes from God. So we ask, "Is He against me?" "Why doesn't God change my circumstances?" This sermon gives Biblical perspective necessary to understand these dilemmas. God does not leave us without answers.


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What will you say? 

1.  Have you ever come to the place in your life where you knew for certain where you will go when you die?

2.  If you died tonight and came before God and He asked you, "Why should I let you into My heaven?"  

what will you say?  

Take five minutes to look at this presentation that gives you the answers!


  Call us and let us think through these life questions with you.  We would love to.

  • IRONMEN Discipleship on Thursdays         6 pm          Pastor Chastain's home at                 53 Crestwood Drive
  • WITS (Women in the Scriptures)     on Tuesday evenings  7pm Pastor Chastain's home          53 Crestwood Drive

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"We have been attending Southbridge Community Church since its first service.  All have made us feel so welcome.  Mike, Joanne, and others showered us with love, concern, and prayers.  We love the services and the messages because they are based on the Scriptures, and we celebrate Communion every Sunday.  The music is excellent and the location is great."​            

                    Henry and Eloise Harris

                           Southbridge Resident