Pastor Andrea Fluegel - May 8, 2020

No Trouble in My Heart

What does it mean that Jesus says, "I will do whatever you ask in my name"? Does that mean that Jesus answers all of our prayers and gives us the outcome we have asked for? And what do words like "dwell" and "abide" actually look like in our lives? Today's scripture is about reassurance and hope. It is about not letting our hearts be troubled because Jesus is always present with us. For this interactive worship, you will need snacks or your favorite foods/meal, a candle for lighting (or a flashlight or cell phone), and a worry stone (any rock will work). You are welcome to draw or color a heart every time you hear the word heart or love in this worship experience. You will also need a glass filled to the brim with water and a bowl or plate to put it in.

Scripture References: John 14:1-14, Psalms 31:15-16, Psalms 31:1-5

From Series: "Heart of the Matter"

"Heart of the Matter" is a seven-week series concluding with the Festival Day of Pentecost. Easter is not just a day. It is a whole season of time when we remember and celebrate that the Spirit of Jesus lives on in each of us. So over the next few weeks, we are worshiping and praising God as the early disciples (later apostles) did, in their homes with glad and generous hearts, breaking bread, and having the goodwill of all people. It is in this way, that we are connected. We are connected through the love and grace of Jesus. Worship script by Marcia McFee and Worship Design Studio.

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