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A deeper walk with God begins with being honest – with the Lord and ourselves. We’ll talk about the ‘lesson of the Golem’ and how a classic Jewish fable ties into some practical Scriptural truth.
We had been praying for one our members, Kevin H., for a new job. During prayer it was said that the offer would come before sunset on Rosh Ha Shanah. He received an offer exceeding his expectations by around 2pm on Rosh Ha Shanah.
The rest of the story…
He later found out, that shortly after he left, the entire project (from his old job) had to be shutdown due to everyone on the team coming down with COVID. He had been sent home to prepare for his new job just in the nick of time to avoid catching it.
Hanukkah shows Jesus’ identity as well as an opportunity to shine hope on those in need.
Recently, I lost a dear friend and began to think on some important questions about life. Why don’t we think about these things more often, especially when they seem to make everything clearer?
You can find purpose and fulfillment with your life – listen in to find out more.
Overcoming all this craziness can make you wonder – is that all there is?
Yes! Your life has a purpose – listen in to find out how to find direction and meaning; life is more than dealing with trouble.
When things get to be too much, it’s easy to let things get out of hand. Nobody’s perfect but there is hope – a quick refresher on repentance will help you keep those moments from making mountains out of molehills.
Life throw you a curve ball and not sure ‘What Now?’ – listen in for four practical steps to getting where you need to be.
Jesus said there’d be days like this… and then there’s 2020. There is Hope and what can you do when you’re feeling like the other shoe is going to drop? Tune in and find out.
We have hope in that we don’t have to face life alone or abandoned to figure it out on our own.
As we pass through the holidays of Rosh Ha Shanah, Yom Kippur and enter into the week of Sukkot, we are reminded of the temporary nature of this life and the need to reconnect with God for mercy and provision. We begin a new series starting with hope which is found through reverence and relationship with Him.
Romans 12:19-21 – leaving room for His mercy