What matters; the only thing that matters, is not how faithful we are, but how faithful God is. And God is always faithful.
We sin; God forgives. We sin more; God forgives more. As much as any of us sin, God forgives, continually.
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Who are you? Where are you going? Why?
I am inviting you to trust that God is with us as we leave behind the mountaintop that God remains with us, works alongside us, as we walk the valley floor.
Sometimes you have to know the ending to make sense of the beginning of the story.
This sermon is a bit of a commercial for the show Ted Lasso, but our lives are really just a commercial for the love of God. Or at least we hope they are!
There is no control; there is only listening for the voice of God.
Will you come back to the biggest questions, as often as you can, trusting them to be a source of life, and not death? A source of grace, and not condemnation?
It’s quite a story. It’s your story, my story too. No matter where our stories might take us, God will redeem.
Why is this time so hallow’d, so gracious? Because the bird of dawning singeth all night long; because the light shines in the darkness, and the darkness did not overcome it!