Pastor’s Corner: Walk Daily in God’s Love

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Family Life Christian Center

In Isaiah 59:2 it says that our iniquities or sins, have separated us from our God.  Just before that, we are told that God’s arm has the ability to save us and His ear always hears our cry for help.

The problem is that we are usually stubborn and don’t like to change our attitude of doing what we want to do and when we want to do it.  We are stuck in the past and think everything is just fine.

God always has new and greater things for us to do and experience.  He wants us to enjoy our lives.  That happens best when we follow His guidance and direction.  Listening to His voice and reading His written Word helps us to understand how to do life.

By learning to obey God’s rules on how to live, we experience His loving mercy and grace.  As we walk daily in His wonderful love, we become a people who are blessed by the Lord!  Don’t let stubbornness separate you from God’s blessings.

Dennis Van Gorp (20 Posts)

Dennis Van Gorp is a the pastor at Family Life Christian Center in Superior Arizona. The writes a pastor's column for the Superior Sun on a regular basis.


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