507 10th St.
Floresville, TX 78114

Inside the Upper Room at Jack's Cafe
park in the back and come through the
north door, or enter through the dinner
for handicap access

Michael McCall - Evangelist

Sunday Worship 10:00 A.M.
Sunday Study 11:00 A.M.
Wednesday Study 7:30 P.M.

Come worship with us

As Christians, our aim is to worship God in spirit and in truth. (John 4:24)  We look to the Bible as our only source for authority, and we abide by the pattern set forth in the New Testament. (II Timothy 1 : 13)  Our services are not flashy, but are sincere in our reverence to our God.  

We hope that you will join us and we are happy to answer any question you may have.

Please contact us to set up a home bible study.

I will...

    What does it mean to will to do something?  The word will is more powerful that one may imagine.  By stating that you will do something you enter into a contract, per se,  and are obliged to do what you said you would do.  Have you ever considered the power of one little word?

    Will is a fixed and persistent intent or purpose, or another way to put, it is determined by choice.  But the best way to understand it is to purpose or determine your actions and then follow through.

    What does it mean when you say, “I will…”  Are you not committing yourself to those around you that you are going to do something?  In the same breath when you say, “I will not…” you commit yourself in not doing something.

    This morning we consider seven “I will…” statements made by the psalmist David.  What did David say he would be doing?  But more importantly for us, why did he say he would be doing it?  I believe when we have a cause, conviction, or reason to do something—a “Why”— then we do what we say we will do. 

    As we have studied previously, we need to be careful what we say.  As Jesus put it, your Yes means Yes and your No means No.  Before you say, “I will…” ensure you are truly willing.  Each of us should be able to agree with the seven statements by David, and agree that we also WILL.