Paul Schutes - February 26, 2017

Refined, part 7: Assumptions

There are many underlying assumptions that we use to help us quickly process the world around us. The carpet is covering a solid floor, not a hole. When I walk outside I will be breathing air. Carpet isn’t what makes a floor safe to trust. Circumcision isn’t what was counted as righteousness, and being a child of Abraham was not about genetics, but about faith. Dear God, show me where my assumptions have led me to trust in a sign of you, rather than in You.

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As a church we will journey through Romans, which contains the scripture pivotal for Luther’s understanding of justification. This will be not only a year of remembrance and celebration, but one where we together seek to examine our own lives, and to see every aspect Re-Formed by God.

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