Dear Church Family:In the story of the Good Samaritan found in Luke Chapter 10, a lawyer asks Jesus two questions; “What shall I do to inherit eternal life?” The essence of Jesus answer was “To love your neighbor” Not satisfied with the answer, the lawyer asks a second question; “Who is my neighbor?” The story concludes with the lawyer answering his own question; “A neighbor is someone who shows mercy”.
Mercy is a love that responds to human need in an unexpected or unmerited way. It is essentially loving kindness in action.
Maybe , in these days of change, we would do well to look for ways to show and give mercy to those we happen to encounter. Not because they deserve or merit it, but because it has been extended to we who are called followers of Christ.
It is then we can say with The Psalmist, “Loving kindness and truth have met together. Righteousness and peace have kissed each other” (Ps 85:10)
1 Corinthians 15:58
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If any of you have stories of how God has supplied your need, blessed you, or how you have ministered to those around you, please send them to the church's email and I will forward them on to Traci and Pastor Michael. We want to hear your God Stories!
As we continue to live in these challenging days we still have the Hope that lies in knowing Jesus Christ as our personal Savior. Continue to use every opportunity to share this Hope which can only be found in Jesus Christ with those who may not know Him!
If you are experiencing a spiritual need, or just need someone to talk to, our pastoral staff is here to help. You can contact any of our pastoral staff or you can also call the church office at 273-2248. It is being answered 24/7.