As we have followed Jesus, we have discovered that he comes to bring. He comes to us to bring us in. He forgives us so that we can have full and lasting relationships with him. But here is a crucial question: Who is “us”? Whom does Jesus seek to bring in? Only certain people? Does it matter who we are or what we have done? Knowing the answer to this is in not only imperative for our own salvation, but also our work in the world. Let’s pray for fruit this Sunday.
Praise and Prayer Service this Sunday at 5pm
We had a really wonderful time of fellowship, praise and prayer last month and I am excited to come back together with you again. We’ll meet this Sunday at 5pm for a potluck meal (please bring a dish or two to share), and then meet to sing and share our lives. You do not have to come with a request, but I do hope you will come be with us and listen.
31 Days of Prayer
We are deep into our month of prayer for GracePoint, and I hope you have been blessed! Use these prayers to pray for the church. Use these prayers to pray for you and your family. Use these prayers to connect to the Lord. And may the Holy Spirit be poured out on us! As we pray today, “May the fruit of the Spirit increase in our lives causing us to overflow with love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. May it be evident to all that we belong to you.” Amen.
Lots of Links
- I Was Shackled by Unforgiveness
- Christian, What Do You Believe? Probably a Heresy About Jesus, Says Survey
- How Did We Get the Bible?
- Worship Bassist’s Highly Technical Riff Goes Completely Unnoticed (Satire)