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Blessings, Loved Ones,
This coming Sunday we will remember the Transfiguration of Our Lord, thinking on Jesus, Peter, James and John trekking up the mountain to encounter not only God, but Moses and Elijah. What started out as some “alone time” with Jesus turned out to be much more for the disciples. Unlike Jesus’ baptism, when God spoke His affirmation of Jesus, “This is my Son, with whom I am well pleased”, this time God speaks to the disciples, "This is my Son, the Beloved; listen to him!” Were the disciples minds wandering? Did Jesus not have their full attention or respect? Or was it just a general admonition to get with the program? We don’t know, but regardless, it is good advice!
How is God speaking to you? Through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, through prayer and through God’s Holy Word, He speaks to us, inspires us and moves us into the blessed and fulfilling life that He has prepared beforehand, when we were still in our mother’s womb.
God is speaking, but are we listening? Are we doing the things that allow us to hear God? Are we paying attention? As we stand on the cusp of Lent, it’s a good time for reflecting and listening. Let’s resolve in this Lenten season, to intentionally listen for God.
“Be still, and know that I am God!”
Psalm 46: 10
“Speak, Lord, for our servant is listening”
I Samuel 3: 9
Sunday February 14th
ASH Wed bulletin
WELCOMING YOU HOME
New Hope Lutheran Church, began in Watauga, TX on March 20, 1994
with a commitment to offer refreshing expression of God's Love for you.
In July of 1997, we began worshiping in our present facility located in Keller, TX.
Come and join us, make New Hope your home and let's worship together.
HELP US TO SPREAD JESUS'
LOVE AND THE FAITH IN HIM
Boldly Sharing God's Word!