Sunday we were reminded that often times we end up living out of our head when difficult circumstances come and disconnect our heart. All the pain, hurt, questions, doubt and even good things that can happen end up bottled up. We fail to take time to truly grieve and pour out our hearts to God.
Psalm 142:2, 5, David, a man after God's own heart reminds us, “I pour out before [the Lord] my complaint; before him I tell my trouble...I cry to you, LORD; I say, “You are my refuge, my portion in the land of the living.”
I hope during these past few months you have found your refuge. A safe place for your heart and mind. A place that you can go to and find the peace that we all need in stressful times. A place that you can pour out your heart.
As we pour out our hearts take time to remember God's faithfulness through it all and to trust in God's power for your present and for your future. Allowing Him to bring the comfort, and reminder that He still has all of this under His control. And finally, as we come and worship to make your cry the offering to God.
Remember Our God has always been faithful in the present; therefore you can trust Him with your future.
Looking forward to tomorrow night together at 6:30 pm. And this weekend as we close out 2020.
Harvest Community Church of the Nazarene