A Disclaimer: I am in no way attempting to reprimand or pretend to be someone who can tell pastors what to do. I’m just sharing what God gave me from the Book of Ezra and the burden of my heart for our nation.
I just want to share this notes which have been very helpful to me as I went through my own struggles in life to achieve the breakthrough that I am enjoying right now. I hope this helps you as well. Always remember, just like what the Bible says in Proverbs 23:7, “As a man thinks in his heart, so is he.”
1. Reprogramming the future. We can not go to the past, not anymore.
2. It cannot be changed. There is no reverse gear to what is said and done. It becomes a past happening.
Technically, its days plural, but I didn’t like the sound of that in the title. If you don’t like the topic of grief, I suggest you just stop reading now. :)
Grief is a topic I am well-acquainted with, unfortunately. I am in no means attempting to assert that I am an expert at dealing with it, but I have had lots of practice. It’s really not a contest I’m trying to win – quite the opposite. There are many others out there who have had much more tragic experiences, so I gladly tip my hat to those who have waded their way through the tatters grief leaves in its wake.
Over the last seven years, I have said goodbye many, many times. I’ve come to expect the word in relationships. For all the times I’ve been viscerally reminded that nothing lasts but Christ, each parting or separation is still as painful as the one before.
This Sunday we’ll take a look at Ecclesiastes 4:4-5:7 in our Meaningless/Meaningful series, and consider what it means to glorify God by seeking the “better” things in life. We hope to see you there! With the holiday weekend, we will not have our evening study.
@945 Small Groups / Sunday School for all ages
@1045 Worship Gathering
**No evening study
I want to share a truth with you today that can set you free—free from bondage, guilt and condemnation. It can set you free to live in victory and be everything God created you to be.
This is a truth that is the very foundation of your Christian faith. When you really begin to understand this promise and live in its power, nothing can keep you from experiencing God’s best in your life. No matter what mistakes you’ve made, no matter how many times you’ve fallen short…