And this is the confidence that we have toward him, that if we ask anything according to his will he hears us. And if we know that he hears us in whatever we ask, we know that we have the requests that we have asked of him. –1 John 5:14-15 How do we really know that God hears our prayers? God’s answers to many of our prayers are a complete surprise! I think that is the reason we sometimes feel like he
Join Us This Sunday! 28 May 2023 Worship @ 16:00 hrs! Scripture: Luke 12:16-34 Scripture: How Do We Become Rich Toward God? Pastor John Snyder, Preaching Meeting at Christuskirche Ammerseestraße 15 in Gauting _____________ Bible Studies at SF Tuesday, 30 May @ 19:30 hrs Munich-West Bible Study at the Powells' Wednesday, 31 May @ 19:00 hrs The Munich Bible Study on Zoom Topic: The Munich Bible Study Join the Meeting Here: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85400265999?pwd=dW9WTUZJa09DZVA2SWkrTS9HMy8ydz09 Meeting ID: 854 0026 5999 Passcode: 026837 _____________ 4 June 2023 Communion Sunday!
Remember, "Not even God himself could sink this ship!" We never seem to lose our fascination with the story of the sinking of the Titanic. Since boyhood, I’ve watched all the oldest films made on the disaster, and I’m ready for every new version of it that comes to TV or the movie theater. A while back, I was watching a special about it on PBS, leading up to the 100th anniversary of the tragic event. In it, the narrator explained that
Ask yourself: How many times today did I complain or think negatively about someone or something? I’ve heard that people complain at least once in any conversation. The average person complains between 15-30 times a day. So if it’s not you, someone around you is complaining, and that complaint is affecting your brain and your health. Let’s put it another way. We don’t complain. We vent. We share. We point out. We’re being frank. We’re hurt. We’re not understood. We need a