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Collin Creek Church Weekly Update – 04.15.18


In his book It Happens After Prayer, Pastor H. B. Charles Jr. provides the following helpful illustration of why God often makes us wait for the answer to our prayers. One hot afternoon, a certain woman walked to her neighbor’s produce stand to buy grapes. The line was long. And each person seemed to get special attention. But she waited patiently. When she finally made it to the front of the line, the owner asked for her order. She asked for grapes. “Please excuse me for a minute,” was the answer. Then the owner walked away and disappeared behind a building. For some reason, this rubbed the woman the wrong way. Everyone in line before her was greeted warmly. They were given special attention. And, most importantly, they were served immediately. But she was forced to wait. And when she got to the front of the line, she was forced to wait some more. She was offended. She felt the owner took her regular business for granted. The longer she waited, the angrier she became.

Finally, the produce stand owner reappeared. And with a big smile, he presented her with the most beautiful grapes she had ever seen. He invited her to taste them. She had never tasted grapes so good. As she turned to leave with her delicious grapes, he stopped her. “Oh yeah, I’m sorry I kept you waiting,” said the farmer. “But I needed the time to get you my very best.”   How long have you been in line waiting on God to get to your request? How long have you been waiting in line for God to meet a need, solve a problem, or open a door? Whatever you do, don’t get out of line. And don’t stop praying. Wait on God.  (H. B. Charles, It Happens After Prayer, page 37)

Isaiah 40:31 (ESV): “They who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint.”  Learn more about Introduction to The eXodus Files, part 2 and Exodus 2. listen at:  Study Guide: Exodus 1-2(Study Guide)  Join us next week on Sunday for: “Exodus 3”

Your Servant,

Robert Posner

Glorifying Christ through lives of Credibility and love for the Community.

Spend time with the Lord: at least 20 minutes a day praying for 18 individuals.

To see more of this week’s events at COLLIN CREEK CHURCH:

Monday, April 16: Today’s reading: Psalm 16

Tuesday, April 17: Today’s reading: Luke 16

Wednesday, April 18: Today’s Reading: Romans 16

              Patch Club (Ages 3—4th graders) @ 6:45 pm

Challenger’s Class (5th—6th) @ 6:45 pm

Crossdirection (7th-12th) The Book of Jeremiah @ 6:45 pm

Men’s Prayer & Study Group: Discovering Messiah: The Gospel of Matthew @ 6:45 pm

Women’s Prayer & Study Group: Praying with Power @ 6:45 pm

Thursday, April 19: Today’s reading: Proverbs 16

Friday, April 20: Today’s reading: Psalm 103

Saturday, April 21: Today’s reading: Exodus 16

Sunday, April 22: Today’s reading: Daniel 8

Sunday School @ 9:30 am to 10:30 am

Nursery Caregivers:

@ 9:15 am – Kat Salgado & Bethany Lopez

@ 10:30 am – Julie Hunter, Heather Cox & Beverly Easterling

Community Worship @ 10:45 am – The eXodus Files

              Discovery Class: Discover your spiritual gifts and church membership @ 5:30 pm

Meeting at the Posner’s Home—972.897.4397

Community Groups gathering at various days, times and places. (see

Events are subject to change.  See the church’s website for details:  1905 East Parker Road  Plano TX 75074

Glorifying Christ through lives of Credibility and love for the Community.


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