Peace In the Storms of Life

Pastor Michael Beardon shared a profound message recently about rising above the stormy situations that challenge us physically and spiritually. Pastor Allan Linton answered a few of the many questions we all have as we journey together on this Earth.

Jesus calmed the stormy Sea of Galilee and even walked on water as an example of how Faith can be the armor to confront the storms of life. Jesus was beaten, nailed to the cross of Calvary and offered His life for our redemption, and then He rose from the grave to take his rightful place next to God our Father in Heaven. His sacrificial and humble manner tore the curtain in the Holy Temple that dark and earthshaking afternoon, so we who believe now have access to the wisdom of God and His plan for our lives and the gift of eternal life.

How long will you wait to get to know the Savior of this world? God’s handiwork is all around you, in the stars of heaven, in the perfect order of the planets, the amazing physicality of a created human being in His image, in the birds that sing to welcome a new day, in the rising and setting of the sun, and the many wonders within our oceans and seas. A beautiful Psalm, #121 gives a promise to all who believe. Open the Book of Life, God’s Holy Bible, and read a Proverb or Psalm and lift your hearts in Praise to the God who created you and loves you unconditionally!

May God be the Light on your Path and the Hope in your Hearts!

Join us for Worship Services on Sunday mornings at 10:30 am in the East Recreation Center

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