May 17, 2018
Due to some things outside of our control this week we decided to rebroadcast one of the most listener-requested shows from 2016. We hope you enjoy this vintage Pulpit To Pew.
In this episode, Rev. Gibson discusses the nature of obedience, Paul’s prison letters to Timothy, and the service reading of Luke’s Gospel. Plus Johnny shares his thoughts on Jesus and Paul's management styles and his correlation with singing the Blues and the readings of the Book of Lamentations.
The Good News is that God is with us, always. When the challenges we meet in life appear bigger than we can handle, we are to remember that God is handling them. We are just the obedient workers. God will give us more than we can ever deserve. It is God who powers our faith, God who works through our small actions to accomplish his great things, God whose presence and action should never be forgotten.
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