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What’s your biggest regret? Doesn’t it sometimes feel like we missed “Plan A” because we should have… or shouldn’t have… done something differently? And maybe it’s more than Plan A, maybe we feel like we’ve missed plans B, C, D, and a lot more. So how do we get back onto some kind of plan that can make our lives count? Listen and find out!
Though we may have personal desires for vengeance, we can look to the Bible for guidance and hope. This hope is rooted in living lives that mimic the love that Jesus has for each one of us.
Forgiveness is often a process, especially with those most difficult for us to forgive.
Sometimes unanswered prayers say much less about God and His character than they do about us and our character. One of the challenges of prayer that can be hard to swallow is that our prayers might be blocked or unanswered NOT because God is reluctant, BUT because of attitudes, actions and areas of unforgiveness in my own heart.
Black History Month celebrations are a time to be reminded that we sing, rejoice and praise God--not because of the state of the world but because Jesus has already over come the world! Forgiveness and love our in our God-given DNA and we understand restorative justice is the way of God even as we realize that the statues and laws have not released humanity form the terrible violence of human behavior.
Sin is the thing that tears into relationships; that causes brokenness; that divides us and tears us apart. If you are out of relationship with your neighbor, you are out of relationship with God.
Notice something about driving in Missouri… legal U Turns are hard to find? In some states, U turns are allowed and perfectly legal. U turns are helpful if you’re headed in the wrong direction and need to get back on course quickly. There are places that U turns are dangerous…U turns just aren’t allowed. And one of those places is in the Kingdom of God. One of those places is on the narrow road of discipleship learning as we follow in the footsteps of Jesus.