Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- November 2021
We serve a limitless God who can do in us more than we could ever think or imagine. Still, despite my many experiences with the Lord, I continue to live a life governed by scarcity principles. I often don’t want to risk attempting church projects beyond the local church’s budget or perceived talent pool.
I have been a widow for many years. Although the burdens of day-to-day life are heavy, I have the assurance that God cares for me.
Luke 12:12 is important to me because it shows that God will help me when I need it. I can trust that He will help me to know what to do or say in times of trouble.
When I first read John 21:25, I wondered, “How can the entire earth not hold enough books to list Jesus’ works?” I volunteer as an assistant librarian at my church, and we have over 3,750 books.
Ruth loved Naomi so much that she wouldn’t leave her, even though Naomi told Ruth to go home.
Ellen White writes: “The greatest want of the world is the want of men [and women] ... who will stand for the right though the heavens fall” (Education, p. 57).
The day had been long. The boss was less than kind or fair, I felt. It had been so busy. I was tired and grumpy, feeling sorry for myself. Ungodly thoughts repeatedly raced through my mind, making me feel worse and worse. Have you ever experienced similar days?
¿Hay alguien que siempre llega tarde a las reuniones? Puede que esa persona seas tú. Sin embargo, si hay alguien que siempre llega a tiempo.
Chesapeake Conference's New Hope church in Fulton, Md., recently redesigned the children's Sabbath School hallway to resemble an entire town.
In the afternoon, Ruven, Beth and I went into the water. Shortly after, an undertow began to pull us out to sea. Ruven and Beth held onto their floats and made it back to shore. I, thinking I’d be able to stand, jumped off the float. Fear overwhelmed me as I realized the undercurrent had dragged me close to the 1,000-foot drop, famous for its scuba diving.