There are times when we don’t have a choice in regard to the hand we’re dealt in life.
We do have a choice, though, in how we play that hand.
This past weekend, we launched a new series. We explored the story of Joseph, and how he became fruitful even in his land of suffering. Check it out online if you missed it. How he responded made all the difference in the world in his day. Joseph was betrayed, falsely accused, imprisoned, and forgotten. But God . . . .
This coming weekend, we’ll explore the instance in which Jesus said, “But God knows your hearts.” We’ll consider why that makes a difference in our lives, and what it means for our lives going forward. Come with friends in tow!
With so much being said about the candidates and upcoming election, let me also encourage you to be prayerfully mindful of what’s transpiring beyond our borders – from the chaos in Syria to the devastation in Haiti related to Hurricane Matthew. There’s so much happening globally, yet the body of Christ is a global reality as well.
The darkness is great, but the light, nevertheless, shines.
Be the light where you are.
We are surrounded by opportunities.
“. . . he who is in you is greater than he who is in the world.” (1 John 4:4)
I like your chances.
Grace and Peace,
See You This Weekend,
Posted on Wed, October 12, 2016
by Chris Seidman