This is Trinity Sunday in the Christian Church. We celebrate Father, Son, and Holy Spirit (or Holy Ghost, as I was raised). God is soooo awesome and great and majestic! His Creation is wondrous and marvelous. It’s easy for people, individual peeps, to get lost in the vastness of the universe. Without the Triune God in one’s life, life will be empty, not complete. A person will try to fill the void to find purpose and meaning in life. However, apart from God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, there’s a huge hole. It can only be filled with Jesus.
Life isn’t always easy. Sometimes, when you think that things are chuggin’ along, it begins to rain. And then there are times when it pours! It’s one thing after another after another. These are the times when a person feels physically, emotionally, and spiritually drained. A person can feel like there’s absolutely no hope. Where do we turn in times of deluge? We turn where King David turned. We turn to God and His Messiah!
It’s Mother’s Day, so give thanks to God for Mom. She’s the best and has a real mother-shepherd’s heart for each and every one of you. God gives you one Mom!
Mom’s been there for each of you through thick and thin. I don’t have to tell you that. And Mom will be there for every day praying and willing to help. But Mom can’t be all the time. That’s where Psalm 23:4 comes in!
Easter is FARRRR from over. In fact, it’s just begun! The Christian Church celebrates 7 weeks of Easter as one, long day!
What makes you afraid? Do you stand up in your faith and live it out? Is the risen Jesus something to be proud of and tell others about Him? There are a lot of things in this world that can make us afraid, or doubt, or whatever. But that’s living a life under taps. God wants His people to live in Reveille!
Have you ever longed for springtime when you’re in life’s winters? Have you ever felt like you’re dehydrating in the hot desert of like looking for any kind of water? This is what Psalm 126 is about. God’s people look for hope. They wonder if God is listening. He always has, and God always does!
Hi Family! This is spring time. And it’s time to clean out our homes and apartments. There’s lots of stuff I’m sure we can get rid of. Look around for cobwebs, dirt, and grime. That stuff needs to be cleaned out as well.
Lent is the time to sweep clean our hearts and lives. That’s what this week’s radio progam is focused on.