Welcome to Rescue Baptist Church


                                 Pastor John Reeves

                       Church (530) 677-1710

                       email: www.rescuebaptist232@gmail.com


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Gal 5:13-14 

For, brethren, ye have been called unto liberty; only use not liberty for an occasion to the flesh, but by love serve one another. For all the law is fulfilled in one word, even in this; Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.


“Sinners are welcome at this church. We are a local body of the Lord Jesus Christ. As you spend time with us, you’ll soon discover we’re an imperfect church, with an imperfect pastor, yet by God’s undeserved grace, we preach, believe, and know the perfect gospel of our never-failing Lord Jesus Christ. We call His name Jesus for He shall, (not might, not maybe) but shall save His people from their sins, and every sinner that trusts in Christ is complete in Him, saved to the uttermost” HEBREWS 7:25                                           (copied)


      Sunday Morning Bible Study                      10:00 AM

      Sunday Morning Worship                           11:00 AM

      Friday Night Bible Study                                7:30 PM


OPENING HYMN              PRAISE THE SAVIOR                 PAGE 75



WORSHIP HYMN          BLESSED BE THE NAME              PAGE 103



 “Not by works of righteousness which we have done, but according

to his mercy he saved us, by the washing of regeneration,

and renewing of the Holy Ghost”  (Titus 3:5).

  “I recently had someone ask me if I trusted in works.  My first reaction was to say God forbid!  But I answered this way.  Yes, I trust in works.  But they are not my works.  I trust in the work of the Lord Jesus Christ.  I trust in him and what he did for sinners like me.  He did for me what I couldn't do for myself.  He worked out a perfect righteousness for me.  I trust Him and his work alone for all my salvation. His works are now my works.”                            

                                                                                Pastor David Eddmenson


·       Our Fellowship dinner is schedule for next Sunday, and we will come to the Lord’s Table after a brief message, Lord willing

·       Our condolences to the Elizabeth Meserva Tharp and family for the loss of her brother 

“My English dictionary defines a Surety as ‘One who is legally liable for the debt, default, or failure of another’.  The Lord Jesus Christ is the Surety of the everlasting covenant of grace (Heb. 7:22; 13:20).  Before the foundation of the world, He covenanted with the Father to be the Surety for the elect (Rev. 13:8).  From that time the Father looked to Him to answer for those sinners, not as a mere co-signer, sponsor, or helper, to make up for their deficiencies, but to assume and fully discharge ALL of their debts and obligation, for they were (are) totally bankrupt!  From the very moment that He, by covenant, agreed to be their Surety, the Father no longer looked to them but to Him, for all that they owed.  He fully satisfied God in their behalf.  Therefore, they MUST be set free and enter into the glories of Heaven.  What a message of Hope this is to guilty sinners!  Full, free, everlasting salvation through the Lord Jesus Christ, their Surety, BY FAITH, TRUST AND CONFIDENCE IN HIM.”

                                                                 Pastor Maurice Montgomery

What We Say To Our Children

  “We have all heard the phrase.... ‘Actions speak louder than words.’  That is another way of saying with James, ‘Show me thy faith without thy works, and I will show thee my faith by my works.’  It is our works, our actions that prove whether or not we believe what we say.  Truly, actions speak louder than words!  We say to our children that the worship of God is more important than anything else!  We teach them that Christ is present during public worship, and emphasize how important public worship is.  But what do our actions say when we allow ourselves and our families to miss public worship?  We say by our actions that we really do not believe what we say we do. We tell our children that it is really not that important to us.  What is so tragic about this is, in all likelihood, it will not be that important to them either.  Children usually take the actions of their parents a step farther!”

                                                                                   Pastor Todd Nibert