Let everything that has breath praise the Lord!
Many of us love to use our minds. Most folks love figuring out “whodunits,” Jeopardy questions, and brain teasers. We welcome engaging challenging ideas. That said, it can also be easy to fall into overthinking. We can fall into a trap of working on a problem or pursuing a perfect answer to the point of paralyzing ourselves. That’s easy to do in faith because the questions don’t have easy answers, the mysteries aren’t quickly resolved, and some of the ideas are so complicated. This week is Trinity Sunday, where we celebrate the incredible Triune Nature of God as Creator, Son, and Holy Spirit. The Trinity is a perfect example of a place where either overthinking is easy. That’s not what God hopes for us. So, how do we engage this big idea without killing our faith or desire to grow? Join us this week as we discuss, “Don’t Overthink it.”
Here is some information to help you participate in worship online:
The response to our interactive opening prayer is, “Praise be to our God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit!”
• Today’s songs are “Holy, Holy, Holy” and “Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee.” Look up the words online, and you can sing along.
• The scripture reading is John 3:1-17.
• Please leave a prayer request in the comment section so that we can celebrate God’s kindness and discern God’s will with you.
• Share an offering in our app in Givelify or send a check to the church.
We’re looking forward to worshipping with you. Have a blessed Lord’s day, everyone!