Reach Out to Others

Close, open relationships are vital. A glib "Hi, how are ya" must be replaced with genuine concern. The key term is connection. When I use the word here, I'm referring to people reaching out to one another.

Being absorbed in the function of the family of God as a participant (rather than a spectator) means

. . . relating to
. . . working with
. . . caring for others whom I know and love.

 

As I read it over, I see written between the lines the reminder:

This is not automatic. I am personally responsible.

So are you!

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Taken from Wisdom for the Way by Charles Swindoll. Copyright © 2021 by Charles R. Swindoll. Used by permission of HarperCollins Christian Publishing. www.harpercollinschristian.com.
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Praise His Name!

The act of worship can be hard to define at times. So, with the help of Psalm 150, Pastor Chuck breaks down some of the elements of worship and what it does and does not include.