For many years I have been listening to Charles Billingsley. I wanted to share with you one my favorite songs by him. I hope you enjoy the words and music, but also the wonderful picture of what our loved ones in Christ are enjoying! Thank you Jesus for making a way to spend eternity with You!
Hope to see you at Living Oaks Baptist Church this Sunday as we continue our study through the book of Acts. This week we will examine Peter’s sermon on the Day of Pentecost (Acts 2.14-36). It is going to be a wonderful day of worship through song and the study of God’s Word. I hope to see you Sunday at 10:45 a.m.
As a pastor, grief is part of your calling but how you deal with it determines your ability to continue on in ministry despite sadness of the heart. In his article, “Grace for Our Grieving,” Paul Tripp uses the Biblical story of Saul and Samuel to give some great advice for ministers in dealing with grief. If you are not a pastor, go ahead and read this wonderful message on grief. I believe the scope of these biblical truths are wide enough to apply to everyone.
I read this article last night and liked it so much I sent it to my wife. This morning I decided I wanted to share it with you. I hope this brings back wonderful memories that you can continue to build on regardless of how long it has been since you first said, “I love you” to your spouse.