John Lynch - October 1, 2017

Life Worth Living - week 13

Romans 7:1-15 Many of us have had it backwards. We rush to amusement as though it will fill our souls, and we fear facing grief as though it will destroy us. We honor the beginning of things more than the proven out end to things and people. We see no value in hard seasons and try to create our own carelessly easy seasons. And God gently waits and watches until we are ready to receive the beautiful honest life He has for us. It is never too late to receive it. Solomon again teaches us life-giving truth from his failures.

From Series: "Life Worth Living - Ecclesiastes series"

Like Solomon, we can lose hope in the mess and seeming futility of life: our perspective seeing only the underside of the tapestry. Yet there are glimpses of the top-side. Glorious beauty in what God is weaving together for His glory and it can't help but inspire awe, worship and trust in His purposes through our lives.

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