Then Simon Peter came, following him, and went into the tomb. He saw the linen cloths lying there, 7 and the face cloth, which had been on Jesus’ head, not lying with the linen cloths but folded up in a place by itself.
We are on a journey to know and teach Jesus in a real and significant way. We exist to love people, walk in community with them, and through the power of the Holy Spirit, provide a safe place to heal, grow, and gather. Our vision is to raise each other up in community to a place of fullness where everyone in turn can be about God’s ministry, teaching Jesus and caring for others in the church and in the community.
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We are a church that believes in Jesus,
a community that loves God and people.
Let’s come together this Friday evening to worship our Lord and Savior in recognition of His sacrifice on the Cross. We will spend time in worship and walk through a guided prayer and communion meditation.
There is something big going on here. Jesus knows that as he rides into Jerusalem, even with the parade, there will be a trial to come. The people will reject him. Jesus comes in with humility, an example to us.
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The Bible is meant for ongoing meditation. One way to study the scriptures is through the rhythm of Lectio Divina. In this method, we seek to experience the presence of God through reading and listening, prayer, meditation and contemplation.
So what is the matter with being in a rut? There is an old saying “a rut is just a grave with both ends kicked out!” We talked in the Sunday sermon about habits or Rhythms that we get into. Some good, some bad, and some, . . well just our routine.
As with running, the spiritual rhythms that I engage in (prayer, Scripture, rest, community) have been uncomfortable and sporadic at first. I have to build endurance for them. I have to push through not enjoying some of them and evaluate afterwards the fact that they actually made me feel better than before.
That is the focus of our series, "PURSUIT". We are pursuing relationship with Jesus by developing rhythms that shape our hearts and the pattern of our behaviors. Not just our hearts...our souls. These rhythms unite our heads and our hearts, growing our love for God and our neighbors, just as we were created to be.
The Pantry here at Harvest has just been so good lately.
It has been an encouragement to my heart to see the Lord’s provision and I want to write so that you all may be encouraged as well.
Have I become so accustomed to life here on Earth that life after the return of the Christ, where pain and striving will cease and the perfection of the Garden of Eden will return, has simply become a part of my theology, rather than a future reality on which I can depend? Have I placed the temporary amusement found in a movie above the everlasting peace of life in the presence of God? I’d like to say “no,” but I don’t think that would be the most truthful of responses.