Savannah River Baptist Church

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Thank you for visiting our website! We are a growing church family that is passionate about reaching the greater Savannah, Georgia area with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Our Sunday services are conveniently located in Port Wentworth, Georgia near Highway 21 and I-95. We are an Independent Baptist church that loves people and are committed to teaching the fundamental truths of God’s Word. We have Sunday School classes for all ages, Christ-centered music, and helpful Bible preaching (KJV). We have a friendly welcoming spirit, and we invite you to be our guest this Sunday!  We look forward to seeing you soon!

Pastor Dale Montgomery

 

The innkeeper in the Christmas story lacked hospitality. Unlike the wise men who traveled from afar to see the Lord Jesus, the baby Jesus was brought to his very doorstep. Did he role out the red carpet? Did he prepare the best bed or spread out the softest blankets? Sadly, no. He was presented with the opportunity of a lifetime to welcome God in human flesh into the world and he blew it. The innkeeper was supposed to be the hospitality expert. He of all people was prepared to make the arrival of Jesus comfortable, but he was more concerned about padding his own wallet. So, what was his problem? It's the same problem we all must battle this Christmas: distraction. Distraction doesn't just rob us of the ability to focus, it robs us of the ability to focus on the right thing. It wasn't that he was not focused on serving; he was focused on serving everyone but Christ. Like Martha, he was cumbered about with much serving. Simply put; he was just too distracted. Don't imitate the character of the innkeeper this Christmas season. Determine to protect your mind and time from becoming distracted from the real reason for Christmas. -Pastor Dale Montgomery ...

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Not a day goes by that we don't stand in front of a mirror to inspect our appearance. But could you imagine, after looking at yourself in a mirror, and noticing all of the wild hairs and blemishes, only to rush out the door without making any changes to our appearance? How embarrassing! Did you know the Bible compares itself to a mirror? The unique thing about the mirror of God's Word is that it not only reflects who we are on the outside, but it also reveals our character on the inside. James 1:23 "For if any be a hearer of the word, and not a doer, he is like unto a man beholding his natural face in a glass [mirror]:" We would never dream of starting our day without looking into a mirror and correcting ourselves. But how often do we rush into another day or another week unchanged from God's Word? Do we care that we are acceptable in God sight? What good is a mirror unless we are willing to admit to our blemishes and correct them? Will you be honest with God, and allow the Holy Spirit to make some changes in your life? After all, every change is only for our good. -Pastor Dale Montgomery ...

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When Solomon was made king of Israel, he was blessed with a rare opportunity by God to ask for whatever he wanted. If you could have the same opportunity, what would you choose? Is more wealth your greatest need? Better health? A better retirement plan? Closer friendships? Solomon could have chosen anything, but he chose wisdom. The Bible says in the book of 2 Chronicles 9:23, "And all the kings of the earth sought the presence of Solomon, to hear his wisdom, that God had put into his heart." Whether you are a ruler or in retail, you need wisdom. If you are a teacher or a technician. A public official or a plumber, wisdom is your greatest need. This week you and I will face numerous decisions. Some of them will be large and important and some of them will be tiny and seemingly insignificant. As followers of Jesus Christ, every decision we make is important. That's why every decision that we make this week should be put through the filter of this question: "Is it wise?" Asking this question helps us to distinguish between what is merely good, and what is best. This week, let's choose to walk in wisdom.
Pastor Dale Montgomery
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