Whatever is true, honorable, just... Philippians 4:4-9
In our scripture reading for today, the Apostle Paul counsels his dear friends to embrace and attend to goodness, and compassion and faith, in a time when he cannot promise that they will have homes or money or safety or any of the things that a person would want to have, for a stable and comfortable life. Because they can always hold on to things that are true, and honourable and just and commendable. Goodwill, kindness, dignity and integrity - these things can remain, even when other things pass away. Say hello, ask a question, or share a prayer request: https://anchor.fm/the-table5/message Make a gift to The Table: https://thetableqc.churchcenter.com/giving Thank You!
Listening to Easter - Luke 24:1-12
What makes something unbelievable? What makes it seem an idle tale? With bad stuff, we’re capable of believing – catastrophe always seems plausible, but we don’t want it to be true. So we deny it. We refuse to believe. When it’s good stuff, we want to believe, but we don’t think we can.