Bible Baptist Church


11 Lakeview Ave.


St. Charles Missouri


April 2021


Honey from the Rock



Life can be hard! Can I get a witness???

There are times we feel as though we are between the proverbial ‘rock and a hard place’. In such seasons our prayer is usually “Lord, get me out of this spot.” But much to our frustration God has designed that we learn more about Him in the hard circumstances of life. To that end we probably should be asking, “Lord, what can I get out of this spot?”

In Psalm 81 the Psalmist laments that God’s people are not walking in obedience to Him, and as a result they are missing out on God’s plan and provision for their life. The song represents the Lord saying that if “…my people had hearkened (paid attention) to me, and Israel had walked in my ways… (He would have satisfied them) with honey out of the rock.”(Psalm 81:13,16)

What an intriguing word picture: sweetness coming from the hard places! Can God do that?

He has done it many times in the Bible with His followers. We find believers in unbelievably hard circumstances – sitting in a garbage dump, covered with boils; caught between a pursuing army and a Red Sea; hiding in a cave from a deranged king; in a lion’s den… just to name a few! It was in those hard places that men and women of God discovered His sweet purpose, presence, and power.

Continuing this month we are going to look at some of these hard situations Bible characters found themselves in, and we are going to see how God brought honey out of the rock for them. I hope you will join us at 10:45 on-line or on-site as we open God’s word together.

On Sunday evenings at 6:00 our ladies will meet for a time of Bible Study. They will be looking at character sketches of women in the Old Testament. 


Wednesday Evening Refresh (Bible Study and Prayer time) resumes this month on-site in our sanctuary. We will be exploring the letter of Paul to Timothy, as he admonishes him to be an example of the believers. There will also be a Word of Encouragement from Pastor Parks given on the Church Facebook page each Monday.


As the cases of Covid go down in our community, and the number of people vaccinated goes up, we look forward to having the chance to minister to you and fellowship with you once again in person. Until then we hope that you will follow us on Facebook (and Youtube @ BBC St Charles Livestream).

Because of His Amazing Grace,

Pastor Parks