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At The End of Your Rope Church Sign

At The End of Your Rope Church Sign -This church sign simply tells us what we need to do when we are at the end of our rope. This church sign is one of the last few church signs this church will put up, as they will be closing their doors soon.

At The End of Your Rope Church Sign

This church sign comes from Pollard Baptist Church in Asheland, KY. Sadly this church had to close its doors after being open for over 126 years. According to Kentucky Today and Kentucky Baptist Association. I figured this was a great church sign and maybe an awesome one to share for Church Sign Saturday.

Pollard Baptist Church in Ashland, KY, will be closing its doors on May 1 after 126 years in the northeastern Kentucky community. At the end of your rope? Fall into the arms of Jesus. (Photo Credit: Kentucky Today/Mark Maynard)

Pollard Baptist Church in Ashland, KY, will be closing its doors on May 1 after 126 years in the northeastern Kentucky community. This church sign reads. At the end of your rope? Fall into the arms of Jesus. (Photo Credit: Kentucky Today/Mark Maynard)

 

How fitting for this church sign near its closing.

The Church sign ends with Fall Into the Arms of Jesus. That is so right! When we are at the end of the rope, we often must just let go and trust that Jesus will catch us. After all, He is the Great Shepherd. Always there to Provide and Protect us.

Let’s keep those members of Pollard Baptist Church in prayers and pray that God will lead them to the church He needs to serve at the best for the Kingdom of God. Praying those members fall into the Arms of Jesus.

You know holding onto to rope can also often cause you damage and more harm. Letting go of the rope is the same as when one door closes, another door opens. Or when one door opens another door is closed. Jesus expects us to totally surrender and trust in Him and Him alone. That will mean letting go of things including a rope. Remember another use of a rope is to bind, like a chain in a sense. So let God be the rope breaker just like He is a chain breaker.

Chain Breaking Savior

 

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My name is Steve Patterson and I am saved through the blood of Jesus Christ. I have been blogging at Courageous Christian Father since 2012, however, I have been blogging since around 2004. At church I help with the youth, van ministry, ushering or wherever else needed. Currently, I am working on my bachelors of theology. I am a father of an adult child. I work as a graphic designer. I also love listening to nothing but Christian Music. I am an Eagle Scout class of 1994. Once an Eagle, Always an Eagle.

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