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With Spiritual Eyes

When we pray many times we find ourselves asking the Lord for trivial things that in reality have no weight in the spiritual life. Paul writes in the letter to the Ephesians in chapter 1 and verse 18: ” I pray that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened in order that you may know the hope to which he has called you, the riches of his glorious inheritance in his holy people” When we bring our prayers to the Lord, what are the topics that we present, especially those for whom we pray?

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The Answer Is Yes

“There Is More!” That is our theme for 2019. More of what? More of God. More than you have experienced. More of His presence. We believe, not merely that God is. We believe that He is with us, in us and for us.

There is power in this… His power. Listen to Paul in 2 Corinthians 1:18-22.

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How to Know If You Love God

You have come to ask yourself if you love God.

Do we love God? How do I know I love Him?

Do we know that God loves us or do we believe that God loves us?

The Scriptures tell us:

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What’s Next?

There was great anticipation. People prepared for days and weeks for Easter Sunday. Many were Watching and Waiting, as Laurie said in her post last Thursday. But Easter has now come and gone again. What’s comes next?

This could have been a question for the early disciples. The tomb was empty. There was news of his resurrection. There were amazing and even mysterious appearances. What was to come next? Their actions give us some indication about their thinking. What were the disciples doing in the days after the resurrection? Lots of things! We find them going back to their homes, eating, continuing in their jobs (fishing), traveling and on more than one occasion we find them behind locked doors in fear of the Jews. Ordinary stuff! Uncertainty! Fear!

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Watch and Wait, Sunday is Coming

The road to Resurrection Sunday is paved with good intentions. Many have spent 40 days attempting to emulate Jesus’ 40 days in the wilderness by giving up chocolate, bread, and coffee. Some have given more time to scripture, prayer, and community to find meaning in this life. Others ignored the road all together until Notre Dame began burning this Holy Week. Suddenly, everyone around the globe is focused on the gold cross remaining within the burnt shell of this great cathedral, and Christians, in name and in faith, remember to find a place on the road to Resurrection Sunday.

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