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Spirit of Life Drive-In Church!
Take a Sunday, drive & worship the Lord @ 11:15 am.
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home of the Knotts @
8376 Thoroughbred St. Alta Loma, CA 91701.
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When Man Closes One Door, God Opens Another To Spread His Word!
As Christians, the question we should be asking ourselves is, How am I responding to this test? Am I responding with faith or with fear? Paul tells us in Romans 8-15 For you have not received a spirit of slavery leading to fear again, but you have received a spirit of adoption as sons by which we cry out, "Abba! Father!"
So what can we do to decrease our fear and anxiety in the face of all of these uncertainties? I think all of us could benefit from doing a little bit of inward heart work. We should each ask ourselves, who am I really trusting for my life?
When Christ came, he came to deliver us from the “fear of death” (Hebrews 2:15). That fear is something that can enslave us. It’s critical that we get that part of our theology straight. Christ came as a light into the darkness. The darkness is defined by fear and he came into that shadow of death and said, I’m a light and if I’ve come into the world as a light, whoever believes in me does not remain in darkness. And so we have to ask ourselves Do I trust God with my life right now? Whether you know the Lord but are still struggling with anxiety or don’t know the Lord but are wondering if what you’ve been trusting is insufficient, my hope is that you view this moment as a chance to hear God speaking into the world. This is an opportunity to trust in something infinitely more reliable than science or medicine. In Christ, we’re invited to trust a God whose faithfulness extends to us at all times and whose loving-kindness reaches to the skies (Psalm 36:5).
Blessing to you,