Seventh Sunday after Pentecost ~ Sunday, July 28th, 2019
In times of spiritual drought, we must remember that God is not absent or aloof or even unconcerned. God’s eye is on the sparrow, as the old hymn reminds us. God cares for you and me. But like the clouds overhead that block out the blue sky above, so the trials, tribulations, joys, sorrows, and concerns of life block the blue skies of God’s Presence in our lives. Prayer is not about changing God. It is about changing us by opening our hearts, minds, and bodies to be receptive to God’s already and always present in our lives.
Bible Passage: Luke 11:1-13
The Lord’s Prayer Performed by Russel Boulton
Ring Joyfully Performed by the FFC Chancel Bells