Last week we looked at the story where the angel Gabriel tells Mary that she has been chosen to be the mother of Jesus. Today we continue our look at the story of Jesus through the Gospel According to Luke, the third book of the New Testament and we see Mary responding to the angel’s message. Then John is born and his father, Zechariah, responds to the angel’s message and the fulfillment of the promise God gave.
In many churches today the singing of songs is often taken for granted as “it’s just what we do” without much thought being put into it. We get together. We sing some songs. We listen to someone talk. We pray. We go home. For many people the singing might be as vibrant as Monty Python’s Knights of the Round Table rejoicing over the demise of some hated minstrels.
But that isn’t what’s…
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Thanks for the great reminder that we worship the Lord for who he is and for what he has done — not just because things are good or bad in our lives. God is faithful. He is with us at all times, and always worthy of our praise. Good teaching this morning, Pastor Chris.
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Thanks for the encouraging words! 🙂