Eternal Life Baptist Church invites you to join us in Sunday School 10am, Sunday morning Worship at 11am, combined Wednesday Bible Study at 10am, Bible Study @7pm.
Eternal Life Baptist Church is located on East County Road in Mooresville, IN.
Sunday @ 11am
Bible Study Wednesday @ 10am
Bible Study 7pm
Please join us on Wednesdays at 10am for combined Bible Study with Pastor Nate Tripp and then at 7pm for a separated Men's and Women's Bible Study.
Sundays at 10am for Sunday School and at 11am for Sunday Worship with Pastor Nate Tripp.
The LORD will guide you always.
Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah, pilgrim through this barren land; I am weak, but Thou art mighty, hold me with Thy powerful hand; Bread of Heaven, Bread of Heaven, feed me till I want no more, feed me till I want no more.
Open now the crystal fountain, whence the healing stream doth flow; let the fire and cloudy pillar lead me all my journey through; strong Deliverer, strong Deliverer, be Thou my strength and shield, be Thou my strength and shield.
When I tread the verge of Jordan, bid my anxious fears subside; bear me through the swelling current, land me safe on Cannan's side; songs of praises, songs of praises, I will ever give to Thee, I will ever give to Thee.
William Pantycelyn (Welsh name translated to Peter) Williams, was born in Carmarthenshire, Wales, to John and Dorothy Williams, on February 11, 1717. William had 5 siblings, 3 older brothers, 1 younger brother, and 1 sister. William was 18 years older than his sister Mary, and they were the only 2 that lived to adulthood. William loved school and was a very good student. Although he had been raised in church, he never wanted to be a minister, in fact, William went to medical school to be a doctor. While he was in med school, he met a man who often preached in the square. One day, the two had lunch together and began talking. Soon after their lunch, he decided to be a minister in The Established Church, even though he only had 1 year left in medical school. Bible school was a 2-year program, but he simultaneously completed Bible school and medical school at the same time. However, he did not become a licensed doctor, nor did he practice medicine. In 1744, William was charged with several misdemeanors. Once he had been cleared of those charges, he moved away and became a Methodist minister. A short year later, Wiliam wrote his one and only song, which was originally written in Traditional Welsh, “Guide me, O Thou Great Jehovah” which is based Exodus 13. On February 14, 1771, William married 24-year-old Mary Trumball, the only daughter of the Royal Governor. William and Mary had three children: Solomon, Faith and William. William died on January 11,1791.