We are finishing a series I feel strongly has a lot of relevance not only to a society and world that seems to be fraught with frustration which we see manifested in upheavals, clashes with authority, and even violence, but on a personal level which last week's and today's topic will focus on. When everything in us wants us to throw up our hands and give up, how do we muster a reason to go on?
We are now in the misds of a short series I feel strongly has a lot of releveance to not only a society and world that seems to be fraught th frusturation which we see manifested in upheavals, clashes with authority, and violence, but on a peronal level as these next two Sunday topics will focus on. When everything in us wants us to throw up our hands, how do we muster a reason to go on? We're looking at three areas, the one last week from an over-arching pervasive sense of futility, and today from the personal sense of falure.
This series has everything to do with an overall view of life and its purpose as seen from a Christian perspective. Within the context of our present culture, and that which we see going on around the world, the obvious need for change seems evident. So how do we deal with the seemingly slow movement, stagnation and even digression in some areas, of the world and our society? How do we muster a Reason to Go On and in this first talk: from the sense of futility we may feel.
we are finishing up a series that we started a few weeks ago on the Holy Spirits purpose and operations in our lives.
This week we will continue our series entitled "with us" as we talk, once again, about the Holy Spirit and role of the Holy Spirit in the life of the believer.