Apples, Seeds, And Family Trees
It’s been said that we can know how many seeds are in an apple, but we can’t know how many apples are in a seed. We just don’t know how many one seed will produce. Entire family trees have been changed for generations because of something someone shared with their great-grandfather about Jesus more than a century ago.
The final weeks of our journey through the gospel of John are upon us. We’re arriving at the climax of the gospel in the story of the cross and resurrection of Jesus. Let’s stay engaged with our readings during the week. The Spirit of God can open doors and soften hearts for people to accept your personal invitation to come to church during these final weeks of our walk through John.
This coming weekend, Tim Ketchersid at our Farmers Branch Campus, and Ryan Rainey at the Vista Ridge Campus, will be bringing the messages from John 13-14. I’m looking forward to gleaning from Ryan’s reflections at our Thursday night service, and to listening to Tim’s through The Branch app.
Speaking of The Branch app, if you have yet to download it, please do so! It’s been recently updated and is very useful for things such as sermon notes, staying up to date and registering for future events, checking in on the weekends, and giving.
Plant some seeds.
Grace and Peace,
Posted on Thu, March 9, 2017
by Chris Seidman