The Last Sunday of the Year…

The Last Sunday of the Year…

WAIT! WHAT?! The LAST Sunday of the YEAR!?!?! Can’t be! There’s FIVE more weeks of 2021 left!

Sure…but this Sunday is the final Sunday in the Church Year…Often referred to in the liturgical tradition as Christ the King Sunday or the Day of Fulfilment. It’s a day the historic church sets aside to focus uniquely & exclusively on the final eternal victory Christ wins for us by his death & resurrection. AND it’s the PERFECT Sunday to conclude our study of the Apostle’s Creed.

I believe in…the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, & the life everlasting. Amen

You don’t want to miss this one! Like the past few weeks, one of our own will be sharing his faith as it’s expressed through this portion of the Creed.

So…according to Guide Rules, the Guide Hall’s open to the vaccinated & we’ve got an on-line opportunity for you too:        https://youtu.be/38zYIZ5C1z0

OR…like always…you can access that through our website www.livingwaterwagga.org.au and clicking through the Resources and Sermons links to get you to the 21st of November service. This is also a Morning Tea week…so that’s pretty awesome too.

While we’re still in that in-between space where the rules put a dividing line between the vaccinated & un-vaccinated…please keep in touch with one another & let me know if there’s a need. And keep praying for the day when the burden of reacting to ever-changing pandemic guidelines is off our shoulders and we’re restored in full to our faith family again.

And always remember…the unbelieving world is watching us to see if what we profess to believe we actually put into practice in our daily lives. God’s family has been designed that way from the call of Abraham. We’re not just a “city on a hill,” we’re built to be a beacon of God’s presence so the world sees Him in us. Ezekiel 20:41…right at the end…God says, “I will display my holiness through you as all the nations watch.”

 

Let the world around see His greatness, glory & holiness this week…and I’ll see you tomorrow.

 

John

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