Wellington Village Assembly Of God

WELLINGTON VILLAGE ASSEMBLY OF GOD  

Welcome to Wellington Village Assembly of God. We are a Real church to help Real people into a Real relationship with a Real God. WellingtonVillage is a community of real people working together to make a difference in their world for Christ. To us, the church is not just abuilding, but people who need each other, and the transforming powerof God. We invite you to get to know us by browsing our site, thencome and experience Wellington Village in person. We know you will fit right in we look forward to seeing you soon. 

 

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The Temple

Read 1 Kings 7:1–51

Solomon asked Huram, who was skilled in bronze work, to make things for the temple he had built. Huram made two pillars, four hundred pomegranates, ten stands, a huge bowl, pots, shovels, and sprinkling bowls. Solomon furnished the temple with articles that symbolized God’s greatness, glory, and strength.

When all the work King Solomon had done for the temple of the Lord was finished, he brought in the things his father David had dedicated—the silver and gold and the furnishings—and he placed them in the treasuries of the Lord’s temple (1 Kings 7:51).

The two bronze pillars in the temple were so meaningful that they were given names: Jakin and Boaz
(2 Chronicles 3:17). Jakin means “He shall establish,” and Boaz means “in strength.” These symbolic names emphasized the strength and stability of God’s spiritual Kingdom, represented in the temple.

In the same way, we must be mindful of the temple God has given us—our bodies. We must use our bodies to honor God as His places of indwelling.

Prayer Suggestion: Lord, let me build up my body and mind to honor You always.

Quicklook: 1 Kings 7:48–51


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AG.org News & Information

  • AG Grows By Attracting New Generation

    As the world continues to vie for the attention of the younger generation, the Assemblies of God is one of the few U.S. denominations where young people are flocking. Statistics indicate approximately 40 percent of the Fellowship's more than 3 million adherents are 25 and younger.

  • Africa's Hope Launches New Website

    In addition to showcasing its ministries, the new Africa's Hope website also includes an interactive map of Africa. Click on the individual country to reveal the Bible schools and students Africa's Hope supports in that country.

  • This Week in AG History -- April 21, 1934

    Lula Bell Hough devoted her life to ministry, traveling as a missionary to China as a single, young woman where she would invest 45 years of her life. Read this historic 1934 report from Hough as well as hear her testimony in an audio interview!

  • A Centennial Pilgrimage to Hot Springs

    Approximately 300 people gathered to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Assemblies of God in Hot Springs, Arkansas, April 10-11. In addition to honoring the past and retracing the steps of the founding members of the Assemblies of God, those present experienced a powerful prayer and worship service, where the gifts of the Spirit were evident.

  • Plans for August AG Centennial Moving Forward

    The Assemblies of God Centennial Celebration will take place August 5-10 in Springfield, Missouri. All services will be live-streamed and a prayer initiative called "Flock: Soar Together" will be offered for the 10 weeks leading up to the centennial event.