May 3, 2020

Welcome To

Trinity Baptist Church 

219 W. Denison

Bonham, Tx 75418

Ph. 903-583-3388

May 3, 2020

Welcome                                                               Bro. Henry 


Worship                                                                   Garrett


Build My Life

Raise a Hallelujah

Scripture Reading                                                   Garrett


280-Jesus Keep Me Near The Cross

295-Near To The Heart Of God

406-The Solid Rock


Sermon Series              Rebuilding A Broken Life     

Message                    Prayer-Part 2-Neh. 4:1-6.  Bro. Henry                                                   


Invitation                     484-Higher Ground                   Garrett





Evening Service

Study                     Stress Fractures



Trinity Baptist's services will resume this Sunday Morning, May 3rd. For now, the services will remain at 10 AM. Online services will still be offered for those who are uncomfortable in coming. Sunday night and Wednesday night will remain online. 

Sunday Morning: 10 AM

Sunday Evening: 6 PM

Wednesday Evening: 6 PM

*For those who are not able to attend

 ***Tithes can be mailed in, dropped off at the church office or picked up by request.

***Prayer requests can be called in or e-mailed to:


Sermon Notes

Sunday Morning


Specific Keys Given From Nehemiah



--> How Does Prayer Help Rebuild A Broken Life?

I.   Prayer Gives Opportunity For Confession—Neh. 1:4-10

    A. Confession of who God is—Neh. 1:5; Ps. 103:19; Col 1:16-17; Num. 23:19

    B. Confession of what God can do—Neh. 1:6-10; Ps. 103:11-12; Jer. 17:14; Eph. 1:7



II. Prayer Reveals The Need For God’s Help—Neh. 4:1-5

   A. We realize that our problems are beyond our capability –Neh. 4:1-4; Ps. 69:1-2

   B. We recognize our need for God’s intervention—Neh. 4:4; Ps. 3:1-4

   C. We understand that God is the only source for help—Neh. 4:5; Ps. 121:1-2



III. Prayer Provides Strength—Neh. 4:6



“Our prayers may be awkward. Our attempts may be feeble. But since the power of prayer is in the One who hears it and not in the one who says it, our prayers do make a difference.”--Max Lucado