That at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of things in heaven, and things in earth, and things under the earth; and that every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father. Philippians 2:10, 11.
In the presence of the assembled inhabitants of earth and heaven the final coronation of the Son of God takes place. And now, invested with supreme majesty and power, the King of kings pronounces sentence upon the rebels against His government, and executes justice upon those who have transgressed His law and oppressed His people…. As … the eye of Jesus looks upon the wicked, they are conscious of every sin which they have ever committed…. FLB 356.2
Above the throne is revealed the cross; and like a panoramic view appear the scenes of Adam’s temptation and fall, and the successive steps in the great plan of redemption….
The whole wicked world stand arraigned at the bar of God, on the charge of high treason against the government of heaven. They have none to plead their cause; they are without excuse; and the sentence of eternal death is pronounced against them. It is now evident to all that the wages of sin is not noble independence and eternal life, but slavery, ruin, and death…. Satan seems paralyzed as he beholds the glory and majesty of Christ. He who was once a covering cherub remembers whence he has fallen. A shining seraph, “son of the morning;” how changed, how degraded! …
Satan sees that his voluntary rebellion has unfitted him for heaven. He has trained his powers to war against God; the purity, peace, and harmony of heaven would be to him supreme torture. His accusations against the mercy and justice of God are now silenced. The reproach which he has endeavored to cast upon Jehovah rests wholly upon himself. And now Satan bows down, and confesses the justice of his sentence…. With all the facts of the great controversy in view, the whole universe, both loyal and rebellious, with one accord declare, “Just and true are thy ways, thou King of saints.” Revelation 15:3.
The Faith I Live By p. 360
Prayer Requests
—-Please pray for the victims of all of the tornadoes that happened recently.
—-A lady at church just called and asked for prayer for an 80 year old family member who has cancer . and they said he isn’t going to make it. she asked that the family will accept his soon passing and that they will be at peace with the Lord and let the patient go in peace. Also pray for Kristy she is working two jobs her first one she ha sto be at work at 4:am work a few hours then go to her second job then back to her earlier job she doesn’t get home until 10:00 or 11:00. thanks. M.
—-Please pray for my family and I. Two years ago we had a son who was born premature and is ventilator dependent, being medically needy he has a private duty nurse. We had good insurance, but my husband’s company has changed insurance companies and we will no longer have the benefit of a private nurse that is needed. My friends, family and I have been praying for God to show us what He has in store.. But nothing yet. The insurance changes on Sabbath June 1. I have called everyone I can think of with no help. State services says we over income to get their help. Our current nurse is awesome and meticulous in her tasks and treatment of him.. looking to the author and finisher of our faith to help, because right now I am helpless! Debby
Dear Friends,
Every couple of weeks, we learn a new song for worship. Some of the songs are really old ones, but are new to the children. I thought I would share with you the song we are learning this week. The words of this song have been such a blessing to me over the years. I’ve sung it for special music and often played it for offertory.
They Brought Their Gifts to Jesus
by Eben E Rexford
They brought their gifts to Jesus,
And laid them at His feet,
And love for this dear Saviour,
Made every offering sweet;
Good deeds and words of kindness,
Help for the poor of earth,
And not a gift among them
Was thought of little worth.
Apart from other givers
A poor wayfarer stood;
He saw the gifts they offered,
The poorest counted good;
And he was filled with longing,
A gift, though poor, to bring;
Alas! all emptyhanded
He stood before the King.
“Dear Lord,” he cried in sorrow,
“I know how kind Thou art,
Take all I have to give Thee,
My sinful wayward heart.”
Then Jesus answered softly,
“Count not the gift as small,
Though all of them are precious,
Thine is the best of all.”
Wouldst bring a gift to Jesus,
That He will count most sweet?
Say, “Lord, my heart I give Thee,”
And lay it at His feet.
May we give our heart to our Dear Saviour for it is the gift that He most desires. May we bring others to His feet that they, too, may receive His blessing of eternal life. May we someday soon see Jesus coming in the clouds to take us to His Heavenly home is my prayer.

The Supremacy of Jesus