On Sunday, I preached a sermon titled “What Matters Most” from Genesis 22. If you missed it, you could check it out at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5R6mfgrJSw. I encouraged believers to invest their lives in that which matters most by prioritizing Gods’ Kingdom.
Maybe you heard the news from this past weekend about the death of the legendary baseball hall of famer and civil rights icon, Hank Aaron. He had an amazing career and broke Babe Ruth’s home run record, but all of the friends and celebrities that commented about his death pointed out that his greatest contributions came off the field. He was a great ballplayer, and from all accounts, he was a better man who used his platform to inspire change in our nation. His life can inspire the rest of us to make a difference and to make an impact. That’s possible when we focus on what matters most! There are people all around us who need Jesus…They need someone to love them enough to share the gospel with them. You and I are called to do what matters most and reach out to them with the love of Jesus. Let’s do it!
We are open for Bible study and prayer Wednesday (6:30 pm) and Thursday (9 am), and worship/Bible Study Fellowship on Sunday (9:30 am and 11 am). If you’re comfortable getting out, we’d love to see you. If not, we totally understand; pull it up online.
Have a blessed week!