Think about that statement for a moment. “We are all the work of your hand.” God individually made each person. We are unique in this world. God has not only formed us but given us a special place in this world.
But millions of people have never come to know Jesus as their Lord and Savior. They don’t know what it means to be forgiven of their sins and live in the grace of God’s goodness.
Through the ministries of our church, we are constantly reaching out to help persons in need. By our actions, we show that God’s love is real and tangible.
Serving God means active work for the Lord. A 73 year old Sunday school teacher said it best, “The Lord has given His life for me, and I am sharing His love with the children in my class. I just want to do this as long as he gives me strength.”
Can you think of a more worthy goal? God has given each of us two hands – one with which to receive, the other with which to give. We are indeed clay and Jesus is the “Potter.” As we move toward this fall, we will renew our Can you think of a more worthy goal? God has given each of us two hands – one with which to receive, the other with which to give. We are indeed clay and Jesus is the “Potter.” As we move toward this fall, we will renew our commitment to the Lord Jesus Christ through this congregation. In the coming weeks through the bulletin, newsletter, and other means we will assist you in understanding what the Lord says in His Word about Christians serving in the Lord’s Kingdom. Watch for special short messages as we center our fall emphasize around the theme: “JARS OF CLAY” with special Sunday services on this topic September 27th through the 18th of October.
Remember Peace Lutheran Church is God’s Church and all of us are only servants who have the privilege of being chosen by Him for the Kingdom and the opportunity to serve Him until He calls us and then takes us by grace through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ with Him into Eternity.
May the Lord bless the remainder of this summer as together we grow in Christ and as a family use our gifts given by the Lord Jesus Christ to serve one another in Christ.