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INDOOR WORSHIP SERVICE THIS WEEK Sabbath, February 13 Worship Service @ 10:00 a.m. (Also via Live Stream as usual, YouTube.com/gracepointadventistchurch, No outdoor service this week due to inclement weather) Masks Required Practice Social Distancing If you are...
ARMS OF LOVE Gracepoint Family Vespers Feb 12, 7:00 pm via YouTube https://youtu.be/BLpN8saP9rg A special program of encouraging words, stories and songs that are sure to bless you! (If you can’t watch it Friday night, no worries it will remain on our channel for you...
Jesus said you and I could have a life of abundance—more love, greater connection, unbounded forgiveness, ever-growing faith, and when aligned with Scriptural practice, the best possible day-to-day walk.
But what I want while I walk in this world of suffering and lack is a new set of eyes. Eyes that see the abundance. That way, I can know that I will be okay. When we know we are “okay” contentment settles in and generosity follows.
Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself. Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof. Matthew 6:34
To be present for today, we may have to seriously consider that the primary function of network news is to make a buck, and fear keeps us watching.
“The world would love you as one of its own if you belonged to it, but you are no longer part of the world. I chose you to come out of the world…” – John 15:19
We need to be in the world, fully engaged with the saving of the people, the nurture of the planet, caring for the unfortunate to name a few. But our ultimate win is a person that chooses to get on the last bus off the planet in the end. We are set on a different purpose; we march to a different drumbeat.
It’s a better world at Christmas. Christmas spirit is such an amazing thing that you can feel it in a busy department store. Just about twelve months ago I stood in long lines at stores I would not have been in but for the holiday, and experienced a brand of human...