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Wait, the Song’s Not Over Yet

March 9, 2014

Our church recently spent a month with the Old Testament prophet Isaiah and his remarkable signs of renewal in unexpected places and ways.

Things like dry deserts blossoming, weapons being re-purposed into technologies for food production, leadership by the unlikely, and being able to see such things from a fresh perspective.

We were challenged to be looking around and noticing other comparable examples.

For many of us, simply seeing snow finally melt this week is one such sign.

What’s a signal for you that things aren’t over yet, that the song still has another verse, and that God still has more in store for you?  What’s just one such clue? 

I’d love to hear from you.  Use the Comment section here, or the one on Facebook, or email  or text or just tell me face to face.  I’d love to know.

My hope and prayer for you is that your noticing and sharing will both be steps forward on this First Sunday of Lent.

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  1. Bill Elving permalink

    God keeps me very healthy in spite of my efforts. So I am still a work in progress.
    Found that quote I mentioned, from Jonathon Swift, ” We have just enough religion to make us hate, but not enough to make us love one another”. Very profound…….bill

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    • Our friend John Wesley would so totally agree with you, Bill. There’s a reason he wrote about “the process of sanctification.” Emphasis on Process….

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