Here is the link to the sermon I preached this morning.
Well it’s that time again folks. Time to Share Our Worlds!
Share your world contributors all share their worlds by answering five questions from our hostess Cee and then linking back to her blog. To see all the sharing going on click the underlined link above.
Before you do that though, here are the week’s questions and my answers:
Where do you eat breakfast?
Breakfast is usually a cup of coffee while I am praying and then sometimes a couple slices of toast eaten in front of the morning news.
Given the choice of anyone in the world, whom would you want have a evening with?
I would spend an evening with my sister, mother and kids. My kids are taking me to the Trans Siberian Orchestra for my fiftieth in a few weeks.
If you could be a tree or plant, what would you be?
today I would be a lavender bush or a Witch Hazel Tree. I love the fragrances.
What inspired you or what did you appreciate this past week? Feel free to use a quote, a photo, a story, or even a combination.
This video really grabbed my attention this week.
Some of us think, “They will know we are Christians by our workload. ” Andy Needham
A Word from my lead pastor.
It dawned on me the other day, as I was looking in the mirror, all of us in the western world have something in common. Every day we start off by – looking in the mirror. I know that is really deep. (note of sarcasm) But think with me if you will about the idea of looking in the mirror.
All 3 of these reasons can be summed up with the word “Reflection”! We end up reflecting other people’s ideas – for sure at least in how we…
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Man I hate the desert and I need it.
Today I planned to post Cinderella (Ever after) but God had other plans.
You know that desert ?
The one you have been cursed to
The one that lasts for forty years
Maybe you haven’t recognized it yet
They all look a little different
It is only in making a lifetime of laps
and asking “why me”
that can lead to the abrasive answer
Some things seem so far removed from the flesh
The complete opposite of who we are.
And no matter the efforts of mortal men
Or even the hopes of a good preacher
It is to the desert that we must be sent ;
For she is the last of skilled teachers
If fighting demons was the obvious cure
Then I would dwell in greener lands
With the enemy mounted on my mantle
Conquered by my own two hands
It is only…
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