God's Kingdom has come. Advent, Day 2
Seeking to Love

Nothing Is Impossible

Nothing is impossible advent day 3

With God, nothing is impossible.

Advent Readings for Day 3.

Another Thought for Today

We are not on a roller-coaster ride into a predetermined future; we are laborers together with God, charting & implementing tomorrow.

As a leader, I do not have all the answers, just more questions, which I raise than most folks. That can be annoying.

We make up news & believe what fits our favorite narrative; we selectively read history & tirelessly reject logic. We are citizens.

Life is a gift from God - all life at all stages of life. Let us be consistent in our embrace of life and protection of life now and future.

We have entered a era when people are going to be mad at us from all sides if we speak truth. Let us continue to do so in love.

We are come to a time when, if we truly seek and speak truth, it will challenge all of our cliches and many of our core beliefs.

We have had days of lament and that may continue, but Advent cries out to us to introduce HOPE into the equation and that calls for action.

While the ultimate destination is in the hands of God, our proximate destinations are in our hands as we cooperate with His purposes.

The prophetic voice of the church is not in for a time of relaxation. We have much work to do. But the gospel is the power of God.

We have done and anticipate doing so many things that destroy life. Can these be done and we call ourselves pro-life?

Is it pro-life to destroy a life-giving environment for future generations of unborn children?

On this first Sunday of Advent, we start at the culmination of history to see where we are going. We emphasize the Second Coming.

We get very disappointed in our governments because we expect them to save us. There is much that they can do ... just not the most important things.

"Put not your trust in princes,
in a son of man, in whom there is no salvation.
When this breath departs, he returns to the earth;
on that very day his plans perish." - Ps 146:3-4