Question in preparation for the sermon

What reminds you of God’s faithfulness?

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3 Responses to Question in preparation for the sermon

  1. Eric Unger says:

    You’ve asked a question, and since I’m the only one who checks out this website . . . it seems . . . let me answer . . . for the record:
    I am reminded of God’s faithfulness whenever I think about the fact that regular mealtimes are the norm at my place. I’ve never wandered through the kitchen and found the cupboards to be bare. How many millions of families would love to be able to sit down and eat at a table with family members? And of course, anytime I check the fridge or the cupboards for snacks, in other words BETWEEN MEALS, there’s always something there.
    I’m reminded of God’s faithfulness whenever I consider my health, and my ability to be independent and active. Getting older isn’t all bliss, a fact I’m discovering as my body gets older, but this too, is a reminder that I’m getting closer to the shores of the Jordan.
    I’m reminded of God’s faithfulness whenever I think about my kids and grandkids. They’ve been a source of more blessings than I could ever have imagined, and certainly more than I deserve. And they’ve chosen to accept the faith that has been given to them by God as a gift through their grandparents and great – grandparents, and puts Jesus in his rightful place.
    I am reminded of God’s faithfulness whenever I recognize my own countless shortcomings and sins and KNOW that He hasn’t given up on me yet. How special is that!

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