Sermon Title: “Our Whole Heart”
Scripture: Psalm 111
Psalm 111 is a psalm of praise. It just doesn’t tell us to praise God, but tells us what it is about the Lord that makes God worthy of our praise. We are reminded to come to God in conversation, in prayer, in community many times in a day as often as birds come to bird feeder.
Did you ever wonder why your parents taught you to say your prayers at mealtime and at bedtime and not the rest of the day? It seems that the rest of the day is much more important than just at mealtime and bedtime. I normally don’t have any problems with mealtime or bedtime, it is the rest of the day that I need to be talking to God. How about you? Resource: Scott J. Brown in Clergy Journal
If you would like to hear more about this, come join us for worship at 10:45AM. We will also be having a time of healing n’ blessing during our service.
Thought for the Week: Hope doesn’t help us get out of our difficulties, but it does get us through. – Peter Gomes
Let us pray: God, we praise you for being with us as your divine plan unfolds in each of our lives and in the church. We feel your presence in both ordinary and extraordinary moments. Enter into our lives and change us according to your will that we might witness in all times and all seasons to your power and love. We pray in Jesus’ name. Amen.