Why can’t we always see God working? Instead of waiting on God, we want to design our own plan. Join us to learn about looking ahead to what God has for us.
On this National Day of Prayer, remember that we are part of the universal Church. We need not over-focus on politics, but pray bigger prayers that transcend borders and defeat biases and place people and country above self, and God at the top.
Abraham was comfortable at home, at peace doing his work, and not looking for a transition. By all appearances, he wasn’t even looking for God. And yet, God had a plan and included Abraham in it! His plans are always better than our plans. We often don’t know what God is doing, particularly in times like these. Abraham’s story will help us better understand our own story and calling.
In light of the resurrection of Jesus we are not called into shame but we are called into the freedom, conviction and redemption that is only found in Jesus. We need to stop identifying with shame, that the enemy pushes us into, and start seeing ourselves as children of the Risen Lord. We have a calling to turn from the world and follow him.
Join us online Easter Sunday. Hope doesn’t have to be wishful thinking! When hope springs from faith in God, it brings confidence and assurance about “what we do not see” (Hebrews 11:1), such as the future. We have a living hope because He is risen! He is risen indeed! Hallelujah!!