Here we are, one day after Christmas. The hype, the hurry, the hectic pace of getting ready has passed and now all that remains are unwrapped packages, disassembled bows, and the memories of the day. Hopefully your celebration of Christmas was filled with joy and wonder. Today as we worship, we are going to be taking a few moments to remember what happens now – what happens next – when Christmas is over…what should you do? It will be another moment to add one more memory to this year’s Christmas fun.
We have been experiencing one of the strangest seasons of life in the modern history of our planet. Who knew there would be a global pandemic that would disrupt our culture and turn our world off-kilter. In our series, Pandemic Pandemonium, we have looked honestly at the events happening around us, how they impact us now, and how they will impact us in the future. This is the final study in the series, and we discover one more thing to remember that should give us hope. Get ready once again to move into the book of Psalms as we discover some viral blessings.
One of the things that we have all had to do during these virus days is learn how to wait and be obedient, even in the midst of strange, tough, and unexpected seasons. In the Psalms we are reminded again of some lessons we need to learn. If we put them to practice in our lives, we will find that seasons of rough times become seasons of growth.
How are you feeling? Are you feeling blessed? This series is taking us on a journey and we are discovering that we have the chance to travel blessed through life. We have been reminded we have everything we need and today we ponder that a little deeper. In this study, we give you some things to think about if you are going to experience the blessing He has for you. So get ready for something to think about…
You and I are a work in progress. We are building a life that is worth living, which is the life that God created us to live. Over the past few weeks, we have been discovering a ‘code’ that gives us some things to remember to keep us on track.
This morning we are reminded to keep moving forward and how to do so. Get ready to worship as we complete our series on “The Construction Code.”