With Our Hands

**If you love Me you will keep My commandments** (John 14:15).

John 14:15
Acts 8:5-8,14-17; Psalms 66:1-7; I Peter 3:15-18; John 14:15-21

Sermon Week/Year

Sixth Sunday of Easter,

Sermon Topic


Did you hear the story about the nine men and one woman who were being rescued at sea by a helicopter? While hanging on for dear life from a rope suspended from the helicopter, it became obvious that the weight of the ten people was too much for the rope.

Consequently, it was decided that one person would have to let go. No one could say who that one should be until finally, the woman called out “I’ll jump.” She then gave a touching speech, volunteering to sacrifice her life to save the others because women are used to giving up things for their husbands and their children. The speech was so touching that all the men started clapping.

In his letter to the Philippians, the Apostle Paul wrote, “You hold in your hands the very Word of Life” (Ph. 3:16).

With our hands we can do many things. For example, we can wring our hands, saying, “Woe is me!” Or, we can fold…

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