Klamath Falls Seventh-day Adventist Church

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1735 Main St, Klamath Falls, OR 97601
You are invited to worship God with us every Saturday (Gen 2:2, Exodus 20:8). Bible study classes start at 9:30 A.M. Sabbath school is in the fellowship hall. Children’s classes are in the downstairs of the church.
The worship service starts at 11:00 A.M.

This Sabbath we will be Live at 11:00 am 
You can view it, along with previous sermons
on our YouTube Channel

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View the bulletin here: 

https://klamathfalls.netadvent.org/document_groups/2093


You are invited to worship God with us every Saturday (Gen 2:2, Exodus 20:8). Bible study classes start at 9:30 A.M. Sabbath school is in the fellowship hall. Children's classes are in the downstairs of the church.
The worship service starts at 11:00 A.M.

                                                                                                            

Pastor’s Corner - November 2021

President Harry Truman was often referred to as “Give ‘em hell Harry” because of his plain and abrupt way of speaking. Even as a kid I can remember that some adults admired him for that and some were repulsed by his manner of speaking. He is quoted as saying, “I never give ‘em hell. I just tell the truth and they just think it’s hell.”

It is true that sometimes the truth, however spoken, “plainly” or kindly, can ruffle our feathers. I’m sure we have all known people over the years that could dish it out, but were easily offended when they were on the receiving end of the “truth”. It is probably safe to say we all have been on both the giving and receiving end at one time or another.

We Seventh-day Adventists believe we are preparing for Jesus soon return. Truth, whether biblical or personal, must be spoken when it is “for your own good”. 

I also read another quote from another person with a long name I didn’t recognize. “Ninety percent of the friction of daily life is caused by the wrong tone of voice.”  

The Apostle Paul makes a connection between our attitude (including our speech – truth telling) toward one another and preparation for Jesus soon return. “Let your gentleness (graciousness, forbearance) be known to all men. The Lord is at hand.” 

Blessings,
Pastor Jim and Melody

This Sabbath we will be Live at 11:00 am 
You can view it, along with previous sermons on our YouTube Channel
Click Here

View the bulletin here: 
https://klamathfalls.netadvent.org/document_groups/2093