Sermons on tithe

Sermons on tithe

11th Sunday after Pentecost/Proper 13

Yet, over and over again we learn from the tradition of the church and each other’s experiences that when we keep God at the center of our lives things work better. When we follow the way of Christ, life works better! Things work better because we become more aware of how precious our limited amount of time on earth is. Things work better because we become more aware of those around us and their needs and desires. Things work better as we focus more on God and less on the self-inflicted things that trip us up.

3rd Sunday of Easter

Don’t worry….just give your worries to God and let him take care of them.. It was at that moment that I asked God to come into my life and to please take over admitting both my weakness and fraility. Afterwards for the first time in my life I realized that everything was OK after all. I have discovered that this journey that started almost two years ago is by far the greatest journey of my life. I have learned that it’s not the destination that matters it’s the journey itself. I can’t begin to tell you how my life has evolved and continues to do so every day. There are times I don’t even recognize myself anymore. Don’t worry….just give your worries to God and let him take care of them.. It was at that moment that I asked God to come into my life and to please take over admitting both my weakness and fraility. Afterwards for the first time in my life I realized that everything was OK after all. I have discovered that this journey that started almost two years ago is by far the greatest journey of my life. I have learned that it’s not the destination that matters it’s the journey itself. Don’t worry….just give your worries to God and let him take care of them.. It was at that moment that I asked God to come into my life and to please take over admitting both my weakness and fraility. Afterwards for the first time in my life I realized that everything was OK after all. I have discovered that this journey that started almost two years ago is by far the greatest journey of my life. I have learned that it’s not the destination that matters it’s the journey itself. I can’t begin to tell you how my life has evolved and continues to do so every day. There are times I don’t even recognize myself anymore. I can’t begin to tell you how my life has evolved and continues to do so every day. There are times I don’t even recognize myself anymore.