Ponder these questions in this post, as I think they really help us remember our blessings during this difficult time.
As we head into this Memorial Day Weekend, I wanted to bring you up to date on some important matters in the life of the church.
No matter what comes next: Nothing can separate us from our salvation, and nothing can separate us from the love of God.
Ask the Lord to help you put him first in all things, to teach you during this time, to help you learn what is most important. And then when we are tempted to return to “normal,” let us, instead, return to God.
We may not be celebrating the way we want to, but we must absolutely celebrate, for this is the eternal gospel of God, the good news in which we place our hope!
He is risen! He is risen indeed!
Our traditional Maundy Thursday service uses low-lighting to symbolize the decent into darkness, representing Jesus’ death – the darkness before the light….In anticipation of Jesus’ resurrection in the following days… in anticipation of Easter Day.