That's a pretty good summary statement for the final verses of our last session in Chapter 8 of Romans. You can't imagine how revolutionary those words that Paul, having learned from Jesus, spoke some 2000 years ago, have been and still remain. We need to read it, meditate on it, absorb it, then live it. Amen.
Societies around the world are experiencing a new inflection point unknown in history. Many will still hold onto the adage "there's always been trouble and evil in the world", dismissing the current circumstances. But one this is certain; take every opportunity, every adverse circumstance, to allow your roots to grow ever deeper in your confidence and trust in our Mighty God Who will carry us through. Don't make the fatal mistake of waiting until the future sea of trouble comes, engulfing all of society.
You would never consider our Loving Father in heaven as the deliverer to the executioner's block. But that is exactly what He did. Never doubt the level of love and commitment that God the Father loves us so much.
That's the way the advertisement reads in all the various publications. The Bible. Let's listen.
A very close friend crossed the veil recently and we had the opportunity to be blessed by his life and pastoral care. He was also a master at incorporating alliteration into every sermon. Today Pastor Nancy discusses "perfect peace and patience".
There is quite a bit on which to chew on this one, so much so that it was difficult to choose which tagline to use. So let's just cut to the chase. We're continuing in Romans, chapter 12.
We are looking at Romans 12:1 today, making our bodies a living sacrifice. Disembodied spirits can't perform this one. As long as we're alive, it's a choice as to how we are going to serve, and serve we should and must.
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