A friend of mine frequently says to me, “What I need is someone to make me do what I really should do.” His reason for not doing it is plain and simple: he calls it PROCRASTINATION. For all the sermons that I have written over several decades, I must admit that there has never been one written on procrastination. The only reason that I can give, well, is that I have been guilty of procrastination.We cordially invite you and your friends to join us for worship on Sunday, June 11, 2017.
We will be looking this Sunday at two readings from Mark’s gospel, Mark 4: 35-41 and Mark 10: 17-22. In both readings, Jesus makes very clear the role faith plays in everyday life. That same friend quoted above sent this to me recently: “Have you noticed that an awful lot of people end up in their adult life having become someone whom they never intended to be.”
I find the phrase “I am too old to change” to be a very sad conclusion about the way life is to be lived. Everyone can make some changes in life, in their attitudes, in their thinking, in their actions, in the way they treat other people. It all depends on how willing we are to let God influence us.
Rev. Dr. Robert W. Bohl
Temporary Supply Pastor