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    Dr. Erin Meier June 2, 2019
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 | Wednesday Weekly Blog |

So, What Do You See?

Perhaps you’ve heard the story of the two men in the hospital room together.  One bed was beside a window and the other was not.  The man beside the window could get out of bed and look out the window and he would do so each day, describing the incredible beauty of the sights outside of the hospital room.  He talked about the beautiful lawns, the green trees, the flowers that were all around the scene and the beautiful cloud formations he saw.  The man in the other bed was facing a great deal of physical difficulties and couldn’t sit up or get out of bed and so he enjoyed the descriptions the man in the bed beside the window would share with him.  One day though the man beside the window passed away.  His physical condition was worse than he ever let on and after his death the man in the other bed was moved to the bed beside the window.  


Who Will Serve?

We have an interesting malady that has overtaken us in our world today – I wonder if we see it here in the United States more than any other place in the world?  I don’t know that this is true, but I live here and so I see that it is very obvious here to me. The malady that I see – we want what we want and we’re willing to do almost anything in the world to get it!  We have come to the place where we think that we deserve “it” (whatever “it” might be) and so because we deserve it, we expect “someone” to get it for us or at the very least, make it readily available to us and at a reduced rate or free.  After all, since we deserve it then we ought to be able to get it for almost nothing!  Look at where we see that . . .


Hope and Sovereignty

This past Sunday we talked a bit about the sovereignty of God and this morning I ran across a quote that I wanted to share with you that has to do with the sovereignty of God.  I referenced a song that has become a favorite of mine, 
“I Will Trust In You” by Lauren Daigle during the sermon and quoted some of the lyrics from the song.  We sang it in the first service and it is still running through my mind even as I was driving to the office this morning.  “When You don’t move the mountains, I’m needing You to move; when You don’t part the waters I wish I could walk through.  When You don’t give the answers, as I cry out to You, I will trust, I will trust, I will trust in You.  You are my Strength and Comfort, You are my steady Hand, You are my firm Foundation, the Rock on which I stand; Your ways are always higher, Your plans are always good, there’s not a place where I’ll go, You’ve not already stood!””  POWERFUL!  Anyway, that leads me to this quote.  Let me say before I share it, I do not know the author of the quote and don’t remember where it came from, but it is powerful as well!