In which Frank talks a little about his vacation in New York and compares it to how life is full of transitions—the transitions are the painful part. This is a message for people who need hope, people who are facing difficulties.
Last week we considered the chaos and distractions that bombard and assault us from every direction—from outside us. This week, we’re gonna look inside. It seems to me that we have just as much chaos and distraction bubbling up from inside our own hearts and minds as we do from the outside world. Today we’re gonna look at how God gave us specific commands to make His will known to us, for our benefit because He loves us as His dear children. Maybe we can learn to trust what He’s told us to help us navigate through all the noise of our inner chaos.
Every day is so full of distractions and chaos that it seems impossible to find a single moment of stillness or quiet or peace. Be encouraged, remember that Jesus is God, He is not asleep and He is concerned with our every trouble. We do not fear the world but we trust in our God so that we can have peace now.
If a man is to be characterized by a Biblically informed understanding then he will be a prophet, a priest, and a king in his reflection of Christ to the world.