Pastor Jeff Meyer - July 5, 2015

More Than Meets The Eye, part 6: Behind The Curtain

Does God’s chosen method of delivery sometime seem to make things more difficult than they have to be? It can be hard to get past personal history with someone to be able to see what God is doing. Paul tells us that it is when he is at his weakest, that he is actually strongest. What? In our weakness we rely more on God, God’s power is most clearly evident, and He alone is glorified. How might you step out from behind the curtain, to make more of God?

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This 6-week series follows the Pentecost lectionary schedule, beginning with the first Sunday after Pentecost, Trinity Sunday. In learning about the growth of the kingdom, we are presented with a view of God’s work, much of which is unseen. From the small beginnings, to the workings of growth, and from the movement of the Spirit, to God invisibly working through visible people, there is much more going on than meets the eye. During the Pentecost I series, both the Gospel and the Epistle (mostly from Mark and 2 Corinthians) are emphasized by the theme for the day, so they are both highlighted.

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