Sunday to Monday | The Ordinary Gifts of the Spirit

“…to see the curtain rise.” Halford Luccock of Yale Divinity School 

It was Pentecost Sunday - the birthday of the church and the coming of the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit's coming is like the rising of the curtain before the orchestra begins. The spirit brings the ordinary gifts of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. (Galatians 5:22-26) 

"God is for us, God is with us, God is in us." Maxie Dunnam

We celebrated high school graduates and their parents; they blessed and thanked one another and we prayed for them. 

If you missed being with us you can watch it here

Check out photos from the past week's ministry. 

For your week's devotions, reflections and conversations: 

  • Who do you think the Holy Spirit is?
  • What does Galatians 5:22-26 tell you about the “fruit of the Holy Spirit?”
  • What fruits of the Spirit do you feel abide well in you? Where do you pray to receive the Spirit in greater measure?
  • Looking ahead to next week: What does Memorial Day mean to you?

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