Now and Forever!

Now and Forever! 2 Corinthians 5:1-7 Psalm 23:1-6 Of course, the 23rd Psalm is more familiar in our hearing from the KJV: “Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the Lord for ever.” These are among the most comforting and reassuring words in the whole of God’s Word. In fact, the 23rd Psalm is often listed among the most memorized and cherished of scripture. They’re words that even people who don’t go to church, and people who don’t practice the faith, are at least familiar with... The Psalmist, David, is speaking in personal terms, saying: “Surely... without doubt... the goodness and unfailing love of the Lord, my Shepherd (the


Connectivity Galatians 5:19-26 John 15:4-8 It can be awfully tempting to disconnect from life for a while... Of course, we do that occasionally... and we call it a vacation. But... I was reading an article a few weeks ago that claimed, in today’s world, in today’s environment... it takes a full TWO weeks of vacation to decompress and to really feel like you’ve been refreshed and renewed! It takes that long to truly break away. And in support of that idea... just think about it: do you really - honestly - fully - disconnect while on “vacation?” If you can, if you’re able to do that, you’re blessed. Most of us can’t. And it’s usually because of our cell phones... we’re constantly connected

Everything Changes?

Everything Changes? James 1:12-18 What’s the most dreaded word... the most despised word... the most avoided WORD in the English language?  Any ideas? Maybe it’s POLITICS... from the word “poly” (meaning many) and TICS (meaning blood sucking creatures)! Is it FEAR?  FDR said, “the only thing we have to fear is fear itself.”  Maybe it’s... PAIN - they’re both significant four letter words for sure! What about DEATH - it’s an ugly word for sure!  Could death be the most despised word (none of us like it!).  Is it DISEASE, or LOSS... or HATE (hate would have to be pretty high-up on the list)?  They’re all pretty bad... But with as dreaded and despised as all those words (and many, many others)

In, With, and For!

“In, With, and For” Romans 8:31 (Call to Worship) John 14:15-21 Philippians 2:5-13 I think it’s safe to say that life can be challenging at times, wouldn’t you agree? Life can be demanding… overwhelming. That doesn’t mean for one second that life’s not good: but with all of our responsibilities; work, deadlines, children, grandchildren, all the different expectations that are placed upon our lives - the realistic expectations and the unrealistic ones, too - all the worries of everyday life... from paying bills to fixing that dripping faucet... sometimes there’s not enough of us to go around! We get stretched thin! Physically, emotionally, spiritually. But no matter what life may bring o

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