What would happen if the resurrection had not happened? What would the consequences be?
This coming Sunday we will see that, if the resurrection had not happened, if it weren’t possible or essential, then there would be seven disastrous consequences.
As part of your Memorial Day weekend, plan to join us for worship this Sunday, May 24, at 10:30 a.m. on our website (ourtrinity.org/watch) or on our Facebook page (Trinity Church of Wheat Ridge). Pastor Ed will continue our series on “Directions and Corrections.”
We are anticipating having a “live” service on June 7. Be praying for that possibility. We will be letting you know the details of what that could look like.
As God’s child, I am never alone; My shepherd is with me at all times. I never have to wonder where He is. He will never abandon me. He walks before me, beside me, and behind me.
During this time of isolation and distancing from one another, nothing separates us from God or one another in prayer. We must learn to adjust our lives to our prayers – not our prayers to our lives.
In the book, Mr. Jones, Meet the Master, Peter Marshall reminds us:
“Our Father, give us the faith to believe that it is possible for us to live victoriously even in the midst of crisis. Help us to see that there is something better than patient endurance or ‘keeping a stiff upper lip,’ and that ‘whistling in the dark’ is not really bravery. . . Trusting in you, may we have the faith that goes ‘singing in the rain,’ knowing that all things work together for good to them that love You.”
Singing in the rain together,