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April Cold Snaps

. . . bring May flowers?? It certainly didn’t feel like April over the weekend, but before you know it we’ll be talking about the end of the school year and graduations. If you have a graduate, make sure to let us know so that we can include them in our recognition.


Remember also that our end-of-the-month potluck will be this coming Sunday. Make plans to share a dish and share in some fellowship together after our worship service.


We’re continuing our look at Abraham’s life in our Sunday morning services. As we saw last week, sometimes he is a positive example for us in the way that he trusted God when asked to go to a place he didn’t know. Yesterday we see a negative example, however, when Abraham decided to trust in himself and even used deception to try to protect himself. It’s a reminder that the people we read about the Bible were real people. The Bible doesn’t hide their mistakes, and we can learn valuable lessons for their missteps as well.


As Galatians 3:7-9 says, “Understand, then, that those who have faith are children of Abraham. Scripture foresaw that God would justify the Gentiles by faith, and announced the gospel in advance to Abraham: ‘All nations will be blessed through you.’ So those who rely on faith are blessed along with Abraham, the man of faith,” (NIV). So we truly are children of Abraham


Take a few moments to pray for one another today, and also to think of who you might invite to come along with you to worship.


God bless, Brian


Scripture readings for next Sunday

Genesis 13—What do you notice about Lot’s decision here? What was the result?

Luke 17:22-35—How does Jesus use the story of Lot’s wife as a warning?

Proverbs 14:1-12—What do these proverbs teach us about making decisions?

Acts 16:6-15—What would have been different if Paul and his companions had not followed God’s direction?





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