It was a blessing to look at the story of the 10 lepers from Luke 17 with you on Sunday. The story is packed full of so many parallels to our own lives. Like the lepers, we are in desperate need of Jesus’ mercy and have been and are continually blessed through Him. I pray that we can be like the 1 leper that returned to thank Jesus. I pray that we learn to cherish Jesus for He Himself is worth more than any gift He could ever give us.
This Sunday, we are blessed to have Spirit of the Mountain Lutheran Church and Our Lady of the Canyon Catholic Church join us for Sunday morning worship. We will be continuing our study on living a life of gratitude by opening up 1 Chronicles 16:1-34, a passage that gives us a glimpse into the thanksgiving that King David offered up as he brought the Ark of the Covenant into Jerusalem. Afterward, we will celebrate in a thanksgiving-style potluck together. And, later in the evening on Sunday, we will continue praising God in a Cayon Night of Worship. It’s going to be an especially fun Sunday together. May God be glorified through our worship!