Who Is In Charge?

Rising early the next morning, He went off to a lonely place in the desert; there He was absorbed in prayer. Simon and his companion managed to track Him down, and when they found Him, they told Him, 'Everyone is looking for you'

Mark 1:35-37
Mark 1:29-39

Sermon Topic


The Good News from Jesus Christ is about how much God loves us and how God never gives up trying to break through our defenses in order to call us into a union of life with Him-self — so that we might become the whole persons, the loving persons He created us to be. But it is never enough to hear this Good News. The question becomes for us, “How do we respond to it?” “How do we appropriate it for our lives, for the people we love, for the world we live in?”

“The Lord God said to Abraham, “Go forth from the land of your kinsfolk and from your father’s house to a land I will show you, I will make of you a great nation and I will bless you” (Gen. 12:1-2). Acknowledging that God was in control, he let it be as God had commanded and “went on as the Lord directed,” Scripture tells us. Abraham did not try to…

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