Welcome to Rescue Baptist Church


                                 Pastor John Reeves

                       Church (530) 677-1710

                       email: www.rescuebaptist232@gmail.com


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Matthew 25:34

Then shall the King say unto them on his right hand, Come, ye blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world:



“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 


SCRIPTURE READING                     PSALMS 97

WORSHIP HYMN                         ROCK OF AGES                             PAGE 204




HIS GLORY Ephesians 1 v1-14

    The Glory of the Triune God is paramount in all things.  This Glory is magnified in the electing of a people by the Father in Christ. It is magnified in the saving of that people through the blood of Christ. And it is magnified in the revelation of our Savior, in our new hearts, through the Holy Spirit.

    When the child of God is finally brought home, we will forever sing praise to His Glory in perfection and for eternity.

                                                                                      Pastor Kevin Thacker



·        Next Sunday is our Fellowship Dinner & come to the Lord’s Table

·        Pastor Norm Wells will be preaching Oct. 23 & 24

The cross of the Lord is a wondrous mystery:  It is a token of shame but the believer’s great glory.  It is an instrument of death but the source of life to millions.  It is the symbol of Divine curse, but the means of God’s grace. It was instigated by man’s hatred of God but has worked a love for God in the heart of many a man.  It bears the insignia of failure, but is in truth, the greatest achievement of the Lord Jesus.  It was designed to put an end to the Lord’s message but became the very essence of all that the Lord preached.  It is a mass of contradictions to the natural mind but is pure simplicity to the people of God.                                                                                           Joe Terrell


When David spoke of God’s omniscience in Psalm 139, he concluded with; “such a knowledge is too wonderful for me; it is high, I cannot attain unto it.”

  Compare that to the explanation men give for Divine omniscience. They say he looks down through the portal of time and sees who will choose him. That is not our God. That is nothing more than a Seer looking into a crystal ball. No, our God created time. He exists completely within Himself, outside of time. He has ordained everything in time to accomplish his sovereign purpose. “I know that, whatsoever God doeth, it shall be for ever: nothing can be put to it, nor any thing taken from it: and God doeth it, that men should fear before him. That which hath been is now; and that which is to be hath already been; and God requireth that which is past.” Eccl. 3:14-15     Pastor Greg Elmquist                                                                                                                                                        

            Perseverance is not continuing to be religious all the way to the end.  Many do that and wake up in hell after death.  Perseverance is continuing to look to Christ only as All in salvation. It is the one who endures to the end looking to Christ that shall be saved.                              Todd Nibert