Sunday to Monday/ An Awe-full God

“Be thankful for the smallest blessing, and you will deserve to receive greater.  Value the least gifts no less than the greatest, and simple graces as especial favors.  If you remember the dignity of the Giver, no gift will seem small or mean, for nothing can be valueless that is given by the most high God.” – Thomas à Kempls

On Sunday, Pastor Dave's sermon was entitled ​“Let Us Be Thankful for an Awe-Full God.”  Text was from ​Psalm 138, Matthew 6:25-34, and ​Luke 17:11-19. 

Some questions to think about as you begin your week... 

• Do you tend to worry too much?  What might Jesus’ words in Matthew 6:25-34 be telling you?

• When was the last time you were filled with “Awe” over what God has done? (Psalm 138).  Did you stop to give thanks? 

• Are most people like the nine who did not give thanks or like the one who did?  (Luke 17:11-19)

• For one week write down a blessing God gives you each day.  Thank God for it, and share it with someone else.  You will begin to view the world with a difference lens. 

Click here for the Practicing Faith @ Home Sheet for ideas to use at home using yesterday's worship theme to Love God, Love People and Serve the World this week.  

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