What do you reckon to the return of the heat? Well, today is supposed to be very hot but, fear not, it will get cooler again tomorrow. So, how do I know this? It’s because I can go online and see the forecast, which is based upon years of data and climate-based computer modelling. There is a way of predicting how things are going to work out with the weather based on previous experience. We can’t say the same for COVID 19. However, we often live our lives based on previous experience, don’t we? As we get older, our experience base increases and we make decisions accordingly. Of course, we also ask others for advice based upon their experience. God is a very experiential God, he wants us to be able to experience him in our lives, in the big and the small things. He is the Living Word revealed through the written word by the Holy Spirit. He also reveals himself through his people. So, have you had any recent experiences with God that you would like to share, maybe something that others can learn from?
In today’s talk, Richard Cracknell talks of his experience of being given many added years of life through receiving a transplant. It’s an encouraging talk, helping us to understand more clearly the life that God has given us in Christ. To watch it please CLICK HERE
Every Year the Eastern Baptist Association has an assembly…but not this year. There is an AGM which you can be part of through Zoom. If you are interested in this then please email email@example.com to be sent the sign-in details. However, if you’d like to simply watch the 2019 annual review video then please CLICK HERE(it’s just over 6 mins)
So, no matter what your experience is during these times, my you know God in them. He is there in the troubles and hardship and the joys and delights.
‘Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. Matthew 11:28-29