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Sometimes things can turn out in ways that upset us, and this week the gang learns why this happens and how to help when everything goes wrong the day before Taylor's Easter play for church.
Do you have your eyes on the problems in your life or God and HIS solution? It can be easy for us to be overwhelmed by the problems and challenges in our lives, especially in this darkening world. Let's look together at God's Truth for us in Psalm 37. He is in control: Vs. 2, 9, 12, 16, 20, 21, 25, 28, 35, 38. What not to do: Vs. 1, 7, 8. What to do: Vs. 3, 27, 37.
Our lives are sprinkled with defining moments—moments that shape the rest of our lives, moments that are so important that the rest of our lives hang in the balance of these moments. We are studying from Scripture some of these defining moments that dot our lives. You may not experience every single one of them, but you will experience most of them. So far, we have started with our physical births and our spiritual births. If we are going to talk about moments in life that define us, it seems reasonable and practical to start with our births—both physical and spiritual. We have also talked about baptism. Today, we have come to talk about the defining moment of “getting married.” I would like to say to our singles today that I trust that you will not feel left out this morning. I hope that you would be able to see the great need in our church for Biblical principles to be applied in this subject matter. In addition, I can assure that almost all of what we will talk about can be applied to most any relationship in your life. We turn our attention this morning to the book of Ecclesiastes. This text has become a favorite of mine to share at weddings. I always tell them that Ecclesiastes is known as a book of wisdom and that our marriages surely need lots of wisdom.
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