“I think it will all work out.”
“I hope it will be O.K.”
“I wish that it would be different.”
“I believe it will be fine.”
How often do we use “think, feel, hope or wish” when we’d like to say “I believe?” Depending on what’s filling our hearts and minds, faith can often be stagnant, less than strong and certain.
Enter the amazing Roman centurion, who impressed even our Savior with his certainty about the healing of his servant. How can we have a faith that’s “great” like his?
Learn more at worship with your Peace Family, this Sunday at 9:00 a.m.
Plan to stay assist with our outreach for summer’s family events!
Let’s go to the house of the Lord!