Pastor Walter Jackson looks at Psalm 25:1-7 in terms of; (1) It is a hymn of praise, (2) we each have things to meditate on each day, (3 ) What things do we remember in our lives that we are glad God does NOT remember if we are saved.
In this message given at Mount Olive Baptist Church in Rectortown, VA, Pastor Jackson talks about keeping our souls focuses on Christ and His glory. He encouraged the church to stand firm for in 150 year history for Christ.
Pastor Walter Jackson was the preacher for the opening session of the Brackett-Morrell Association (Area 7) of the American Baptist Churches of the South. The session was held at the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church Blainesville, VA which was also the first pastoral call for Rev. Jackson in 1971 -1974.
In this sermon Pastor Jackson looks at several passages of scripture; Exodus 14:13,16,21-22, 27-31 and Isaiah 43:19 in the light of how God wants to do a new thing in us and often has to close the door on the old things and ways so that we can’t go back to them in order to move us forward in His NEW THING He is doing in us.