Download the liturgy and pray along from home here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1leIrwnuT6JOOcf0NCetPSjwlNPrzf5im/view?usp=sharing There are 10 minutes of announcements and music at the start of this video that you may want to fast forward through. https://youtu.be/4iLDia7bPzY “In the last days it will be, God declares, that I will pour out my Spirit upon all flesh...Then everyone who calls … Continue reading Worship for Pentecost Sunday
The Ascension does not mean that Jesus has gone away. On the contrary, it means that he has become even more present.
Three reasons why the resurrection matters: 1) the resurrection means that God can be known, 2) the resurrection means that God is capable of saving us, and 3) the resurrection means that our faith can endure.
God’s promise to love us, to make room for us, to know us never ends. Therefore, our hearts never need be troubled.
The Resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead was not a return to the same old. He is the same, but he is different. He is alive, but he has not simply come back from death into the same condition he was in before. Rather he has entered upon a qualitatively different life, a new life in and with and through God himself.