Pursuing the Heart of God
Busyness, stress, conflict, temptation, fears, guilt etc., we all have them in our lives. Our faith in Christ does not shield us from these troubles and more, but as we follow Him our perspective rises above all of these.
Throughout each day, we are all faced with a choice: follow or react. If we choose to react to what life hits us with, we will always be on our heals, trying to survive until the next morning. If we choose to follow Jesus, as a life
pattern, we see things like God sees them, opportunities to advance the Kingdom on behalf of the King. In our next series Bridges will be studying a king’s life from long ago. Parts of David’s resume include; adultery, murder, deceit, violence, and horrible parenting. Not one most would desire to emulate, but in the midst of it all, he pursued his Creator. David thought about, sang about, wrote about, prayed to, and sang to his God. He kept going, kept coming back with a contrite spirit asking for forgiveness, l