What will our world look like 2, 5, 10 years down the road? What kind of world will we leave behind for the generations that come after us?
Maybe you’ve been asking some of these questions over the last few months. Our world is in chaos, and there’s a lot that is outside of our control. I’m so grateful that we worship a God who is always in control.
I recently heard a song called “Egypt” that really encouraged me. Here’s the first verse and chorus:
I won’t forget
The wonder of how You brought
Deliverance, the exodus of my heart.
You found me.
You freed me.
Held back the waters for my release.
You’re the God who fights for me,
Lord of every victory.
Knowing that God is our control, that God is at work on our behalf, our responsibility is clear: live like Jesus is the eternal, ruling and reigning, sovereign King. We love people, and we point people to the life found in Jesus.
I think King David says it best in Psalm 20v7-8: “Some trust in chariots and some in horses, but we trust in the name of the Lord our God. They collapse and fall, but we rise and stand upright.”
See you at Trunk-Or-Treat on Saturday and for worship on Sunday morning!