Abundant Life Assembly of God






Psalm 145:4 says "Each generation will announce to the next your wonderful and powerful deed".   There is much to tell to the next generation - how Jesus powerfully saves and transforms lives, how He still heals and delivers and brings us out of our old lives and makes us new.

We invite you to meet Jesus.  He is the center of the people in Abundant Life.  As a church we want you to know that GOD has a plan for your life.  Abundant LIFE Church is a Spirit-filled--- a 'come as you are' church in the heart of Altoona, PA.                                                                                                                                              

We have some very exciting and powerful events coming in the next few months.   Please check out our church calendar on the website or our weekly bulletin for updates. You are personally invited to come along and share in all that Abundant Life has to offer.  We want to meet the needs of each person, every family and our community.

If we can assist you in any way --- please contact us.  We would love to have the opportunity to pray for you or answer your questions along with helping you along life's journey.

You can find us on Facebook by searching for "LIFE Church (Abundant Life Assembly)! 


 



 

  

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

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Rhetorical Questions

Read Job 38:1 through 40:2; Acts 9:20–43

Small children don’t understand the purpose of a rhetorical question. Asking, “Is this the best you can do?” causes them to stop and ponder, instead of communicating to them that this is clearly not their best effort. A rhetorical question requires no answer; it is meant to inspire introspection.

“Who is this that obscures my plans
with words without knowledge?” (Job 38:2).

Finally God speaks. Finally poor Job will get some answers, or will he?

God presented thirty-five questions in this chapter, and He didn’t directly address a single one of Job’s questions. Why? Job’s questions didn’t need to be answered. Job, like the rest of humanity, couldn’t understand the natural order of the world in which he lived, so how would he be able to understand the complexity of God’s decisions or the complete goodness of His character?

God’s answers are found in His questions! If God could create and maintain all the unfathomable wonders in the world, He could be trusted with Job’s concerns. And He can be trusted with your concerns too.

Thought for Today: God is big enough to handle the any circumstance you face.

Quicklook: Job 38:1–12


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