Re:Verse Blog – 5/15/23

Re:Verse passage – 1 Kings 19:3-8 (day one)

Join us as Senior Pastor Chris Johnson, Associate Pastor Aaron Hufty, and Associate Pastor Bryan Richardson walk us through 1 Kings 19:3-8 in our Spring Re:Verse Series: “Unlocking The Old Testament.”

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2 thoughts on “Re:Verse Blog – 5/15/23”

  1. With all the inspiration, all the excitement, all the lessons from the experiences on top of the mountain, we must remember that there is no fertile soil to till there. All productivity lies in the valley below. In the low places, where so much decomposition resides, God is busy reusing His nutrients to allow for what we poetically like to call “fruit-bearing”. In the venue of what smells to us like decay lies the greatest potential for God’s greatest good in which He alone is the producer. We are merely tasked with soil-tilling and weed control to go with seed-planting. That task comes with sweat equity, hands dirty from work, tired minds and bodies, and nostrils filled with the smells of the valley. Inspired and even encouraged by the view from the top of Everest or even Enchanted Rock, we must bring that experience back with us to where we live, to be understood in our own context of life’s experiences. That’s where our fertile ground lies.

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