Once you’ve achieved your dream, then the real work begins. We wonder what’s next. What will my life be now that I’ve done everything I envisioned? How will I continue to grow? What will I develop into? Is there a need to keep pushing forward?
Message about the movement and transition of life and the importance of reflecting on where you come from but not getting stuck in the past.
Life is happening. Life is always happening|It doesn’t accommodate our schedule |or ask for an appointment| It isn’t scouting for the perfect environment| or adjusting for the most flattering angle
She wants a connection, yet she keeps burning the bridge we’re meeting on. I see it. I get it. I’m just not here for it. I’m over all this foolishness in my life.
Family Matters – Present
Has there ever been an ideal Biblical family?
The First Family: Adam and Eve raised a murderer
God eventually had a do-over with humanity
The Second First Family: Noah’s son, Ham, raped his mother while his father was passed out drunk next to her
I could see
you so clearly, feel you, even, and smell
all your scents – you know, the natural ones;
the perfumed ones; your hands – so warm, so strong
and comforting (all, your essence) – so missed.
Family Matters – Future
You can still have the family you envisioned. Just becauae you’ve suffered loss doesn’t mean all is lost. Its never too late to go back and grieve something you didn’t grieve before and move forward from there.
God is already at work in us doing a new thing. It’s not something in the future. It’s springing up now. We can’t see it yet, but it’s in motion. God’s work of new life within us happens every day.
To the choirmaster. A Psalm of David. A Song. Praise is due to you,[a] O God, in Zion, and to you shall vows be performed. O you who hear prayer, to you […]
Kick The Devil Out Of Your House By Patrick Pierre April 23, 2017 Follow link to listen: http://www.tscnyc.org/media_center.php?pg=sermons&mi=47983