Psalm 62; 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11; Matthew 6:7-15
The Lord’s Prayer is always good to pray. When we might be at a lost for words to pray, our Lord has given this prayer to pray. In these days of the pandemic, the Lord’s Prayer, along with so many other ways to pray, opens up the doors to a conversation with God who loves us above all else and understands the desires of our hearts even before we speak.
A question that many of us have been asking these days is, “When will this end?” Unfortunately, at this time, there isn’t a really good answer to that question. We are learning to take one day at a time, doing our best to love God and our neighbors, sharing, caring, and trusting.
The church council met last evening via Zoom. A small task force has been formed to work through a process for a safe reopening of our church building for worship, fellowship, teaching, and service. From the treasurer’s report and resulting conversation, I think it is appropriate at this point to thank all of you for your generosity in giving, faith, and prayer. Together we are continuing important ministries that share Christ’s love with a hurting world.
Let’s keep praying the prayer our Lord has taught us: Our Father…
May you experience Christ’s love throughout your day,