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In this passage of Luke, we are reminded that tomorrow is never promised to us, and that we should be living our lives accordingly. Christ commands us to be ready stewards, demonstrating our wise obedience to Him and His work for us on this earth. He never promises that this obedience will be easy for us, rather, it may cost us a great many sacrifices in this life.
We hope to hear the call to be wise as told repeatedly in Revelations. We continue our sermon series that coincides with the Study Group material entitled God Wins. May we all discover that this story is the story that we find ourselves in.
For the last 7 weeks, we have considered this subject “I Need a Miracle.” Our definition for a miracle is “those things that can only be described by the phrase, ‘God did it.’” There are seven such miracles in the Gospel of John that are intentionally used by the Spirit of God through this Gospel writer to prove that Jesus is who He said He was. We have looked at each one—Water into wine, Healing of a nobleman’s son, Healing of a man at the Pool of Bethesda, Feeding the 5,000, Walking on the water in the midst of a storm, Healing a blind man, and today Raising Lazarus from the dead. Seven weeks ago I asked you to write down something that you are praying about. I am praying for these miracles and will not stop. So, even though the sermon series is ending, we are not stopping to trust God with these things that only He can do. In fact, this morning’s message reminds us that sometimes God calls on us to wait. Are we willing to wait on God so that He might do something greater?
Cam Stephens examines the Apostle Paul's challenge to Trust God's Unsearchable Wisdom in times of uncertainty.
Make The Most Of Every Opportunity
Choices are all around us. Choices are important. Life giving vs life destroying.
That stepping up that is needed for us to carry out the trust God has given us, where will the power for that job come from? How will God bring about the change in us as individuals and as a congregation? God's Spirit will do that work in us and He will do it by His Word.