The Pastor’s Garage July 26th, 2017
July 26, 2017
Welcome to another week! Isn’t it wonderful to enjoy this heat. I love it!
This Sunday we are going to continue our look into the book of John. I can’t say it enough how much I have been impacted by simply reading and re-reading scripture and then using the SOAP method (which I have talked about in previous posts). By the way, all of the Pastor’s Garage are being archived at this website. So if you need to look back there is an easy place to find them. Pastor Lindsay has been spending some time revamping our website, so keep checking in from time to time for updates.
This week we are going to look at John 10 and 11, so please come having at least read through that passage at least once or listen to it online or whatever. If you’d like me to email you the mp3s let me know. If you need a refresher of where we are at in the book of John don’t forget to watch the video in this post, https://www.rightnowmedia.org/Training/Post/View/221229.
I’m going to zoom in on a couple verses from chapter 11 that I think have something to teach us about struggles and trials in our life and where God is in them and during them. It’s been a profound reminder for me. I’m curious to know what God is saying to you as you read these chapters?
Please be in fervent prayer for me and for the worship team. It’s truly uplifting to know you are praying. Even if all you are able to do is a whisper of prayer in the midst of your day please do it. God hears our prayers. It’s not dependent on eloquence or length.
1 John 5:14: “This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us.”
Just an fyi, but I will be on holidays from August 7-21. August 13th, Mike Zorn will be speaking and on August 20th, our district director Dave Wicks Sr. will be speaking. I respect and trust each of their leadership and wish I could be present to hear what they have to say.
One last note regarding Liz’s brother Nathan. He’s recovered well from his surgery and it seems that the combination of surgery and chemotherapy has been very successful in fighting his cancer to which we are very thankful and excited for – yah God! He’s not out of the woods yet so I’d appreciate your continued prayer support for him.
God bless y’all!