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Quiet in the Lap of God

Worship Service: 11:00 am, Time for Friends: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Bulletin: June 25, 2017
Eighth Sunday of Easter

Newsletter: June 2017

ScriptureIsaiah 26:3-4Psalm 131James 4:5-8, 10.


Norma Holtslander

fbcsermon_QuietBreakWithGodHave you ever consciously noticed the difference between a weaned child and an unweaned child and compared their relationship with either parent?

All small children are demanding. However, the child who is hungry and needs their mother’s milk, can cry and incessantly grasp and pull at the breast until they are satisfied and then, if mobile, run off to play. Quite often the weaned child comes and snuggles with either parent. Enjoying the moment and demanding nothing but their presence.

Too often with God we come to him with our prayer lists, our needs, our desires, and the many things that are disturbing us. And in itself that’s okay. God has told us to come to him with all those things. But too often that is all do in our times with him. When we’re finished we go back to what we were doing before. We need to take the time to enjoy his presence and not ask for anything.