Time of Grace connects people to God’s grace—his love, glory, and power—so they realize the temporary things of life don’t satisfy. However, through Jesus we have access to the eternal God—right now and forever.
Sometimes we struggle with our purpose in life. What were we put on earth to do? What if it doesn't feel significant enough? Pastor Andrew recently struggled with this question as well, until he remembered this special verse about God and us.
We want to do something significant with our lives, but we don't always know how. God doesn't tell us how many hours we should work or what profession we should choose. But what he does tell us is that his way of measuring our significance is the opposite way the world measures significance.
When we have moments that make us feel small, as if we're just numbers or faces in the crowd, we often feel like we're not that significant. But Pastor Andrew reminds us: God has something to say about how much we matter.
The worst kind of friend is one who is really an undercover enemy. A person may be a friend in one aspect and an enemy in another, but how do you distinguish the difference? We have to beware of our greatest frenemy. Likewise, we have to be thankful for our greatest Friend, who has undoubtedly pr...