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Sunday Morning Message 6/12/16 AM - Rev. G. Keith Sjostrand
In this Baccalaureate address to the Wall High School Class of 2016 Pastor Ron Burtz challenges the graduates to lay up treasures in heaven by pursuing Christ, rather than seeking after earthly treasure. It includes a short reading from Dr. Seuss' book for graduates, Oh, the Places You'll Go.
It's Senior Sunday, where we honor the graduating seniors at Northwest. Nathan McBroom is teaching on the challenges that will face our young people in the world that awaits them and gives them important advice on how to stay the course and remain faithful. He makes a great connection to Israel travelling over the Jordan and into the Promised Land where they received a land of great blessing but also lived among people that would present great challenges.
We live in a changing world. And, we live in a rapidly changing world. It’s scary! As I think about these high school graduates this morning, I think about how much the world has changed in their lifetimes.
So how do they (and we) learn to be at home in exile? Daniel's first lessons involved taking his high school diploma with his Hebrew Bible knowledge and adapting it into wisdom for secular grad school in Babylon. Let's explore how we turn high school's book knowledge into life wisdom.
Sermon preached on Graduation Sunday by PBC's Student Pastor Stephen Harwell. Gravity is an integral part of human life. There are spiritual force that operate like gravity. When we face challenges in life and depending on our choices we can be pull in either of two directions: to Christ or away from Christ. If we are going to stand firm in our faith, we must be completely rooted in Christ and realize that Jesus is enough.