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 We welcome you to this website, and hope that as you look through it you will find some things to make you think; some things to challenge you; and some things you may not have known. At South Cobb we strive to preach only the Bible, as it is the words of Jesus that will judge us at that last great day (John 12:48). We strive to worship in the ways God has authorized; as HE is the one we are striving to please. We strive to teach others the gospel, for it is the power of God unto salvation (Romans 1:16). We strive to help others both physically and spiritually (for we truly believe if the heart is right with God, we will have our finances, our jobs, our school work and everything in life in the right priorities).  We hope that you will come and be with us as we worship and work in spirit and in truth. Check us out to see if we teach the truth in love (Ephesians 4:15). We look forward to seeing you soon!



Do we want to go to heaven more than anything else in this world?  Jesus asked, “For what profit is it to a man, if he gains the whole world, and loses his own soul?  Or what will a man give in exchange for his soul? (Matthew 16:26).  Sometimes I have become so comfortable here on earth that I do not think about going home to be with God and His Son Jesus.  I become too attached to stuff and things here on earth – and I am upset because I don’t have my comfort and my way.  I have been trained by society and the media to want what I want and I want it right now.  I have been coddled, and I get annoyed when things don’t go exactly the way I think they should go.  I am too comfortable here on earth.


When we get sick, we try to decide if we are sick enough to go to a doctor or whether or not we can tough it out on our own.  We consider how much pain we are in; and we wonder if we can wait it out.  When most of us decide to go to a doctor, we are really sick, and are hoping that some medicine will make us better quickly.  We know we are sick; we know we need help; we go to what we hope is the right place, and we hope to get better soon.


South Cobb Sower

JULY 20, 2014

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