Living out our Salvation – Responding to the Call
This Sunday at Cashmere we ask the question – How old is too old?
We in 2020 stand in a line of called people. O God our help in ages past, our hope for years to come, may we hear your call and respond with lives of joyful discipleship.
For those of you who cannot make it on Sunday, Hamish has recorded a service for you and you can that here: https://youtu.be/1vMszQQ4EqM
The service for Sunday profiled the work of Christians Against Poverty, and we were pleased to have representatives from that organisation speaking in the service.
The theme for the day is Living Out Our Salvation – Reconciled Relationships.
For 3 weeks we looked at the promise of eternal life that is contained in John 14: 1-7. The basic message is that we need to trust God that when we die our souls will go to heaven and dwell there with God.
However, last week we looked at the Biblical teaching that tells us that his life after death with God in heaven is not the end of the story! Revelation 21 talks about a new creation that will bring heaven and earth together at the end of time as we know it. This will be a renewing and restoration of all creation, including renewed bodies for our souls!
But in the meantime, while we are here on this earth, we have been called by God to work with him to be part of this renewal project that we pray for each week:
“Your kingdom come,
Your will be done on earth
as it is in heaven”
View a recorded version of the service here: https://youtu.be/PNUs2lMHL4s
Download a pdf of the Sermon here