One Generation Away!

One Generation Away!

The church is always one generation away from extinction! God needs each living generation to read, study, proclaim and pass on His Word and the faith we have to the next generation. This work has never been easy, especially in such a hostile world. Pictures of Jesus are being removed from schools siting division of church and state. Suicides are seen as showing the absence of God. Yet, with the help of the Holy Spirit, we’re called to be witnesses of the love and grace of Jesus Christ to the world around us.

So water the seed of faith you have through living what you believe about Jesus Christ. He’s your Savior. He came that you might have life forever! Be filled with the Holy Spirit and receive power to have a living faith and a living mission! Believing, see what God has in store for you as His ambassador to the world around you!

Easter victory is the victory of the Resurrection for you! With Jesus Christ as your center, there’s no despair only hope! In the middle of any pain or weakness, there’s peace! In the place of death, there’s life!

I encourage you to celebrate the Resurrection presence of Jesus Christ today and every day! Believe in the resurrected Jesus Christ! As you believe in Him, see Him for what He truly is, what He does for you each day, and what He promises! He’s your Lord and Savior for eternity!

Pastor Norm Milz

Posted: April 7, 2013 / Categories: Pastor's Blog
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  • Steven Shanahan says:

    This Pastor’s Blog is a great medium for putting Christ’s word out.
    The present topic of “One Generation Away,” is timely and topical in the present day, just as it was in the early days of the church. Christians are under attack all over the world. Even in our own country, Hollywood, the entertainment industry, public schools and the news media, deride and scorn Christianity for sport. We must stand strong and continue to put the message of ‘Christ’s love for mankind’ out to all who will listen. If it were an easy task, it would be much less important.
    Thank you for your blog entry.

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