Sunday sermon series: Michael Todd from Transformation Church, “Grace Like a Flood”
Reflections on the Bible story about the widow’s oil (2 Kong’s 4:1-7) as seen through the sons’ point of view.
Another segment of Music & Musings with “Hurt” by Lady Antebellum. How do you handle it when you love someone but it’s not the time and he may not be the one?
Sometimes you have to let your heart see what your eyes miss.
Sometimes things don’t happen per the script in your mind and you have to finally admit you don’t know what you are doing.
A quote I heard from a football coach got me thinking…
Sometimes you think you know what you want and then you talk it through and start questioning yourself. At what point do you shut yourself down and move forward?
When you watch a movie that hits you hard, you can’t help but think about what it means to you.
When you hear a song, you have to do more than listen to it. Feel it and try to understand what the songwriter was saying.
You matter and there are reasons you can continue this life despite how hard it’s been.
What foundation have you built your life upon? If it’s the wrong one, a small storm can send your entire life into disarray.
Quick share this morning from a picture floating around FaceBook about a little boy willing to sacrifice his life for his sister.
It’s time to change the narrative and stop allowing ourselves to live in the place of being victims for too long. Yes hurt people hurt people but free people free people and that’s a healthier narrative inside and outside the church.
Are you praying for signs when they’re right in front of you? Maybe what you need is the right light to shine upon them.
We have to admit that the grace that covers us also covers those we don’t like or behave differently. It covers us all.
When God redirects your path, don’t fight it. See what He is steering you towards.