Saturday, September 6, 2008

From The Pastor’s desk:

Have you noticed how hectic and fast paced life is becoming? Even driving a car has become an opportunity to multitask-dead time that can be used for reading, making phone calls, eating lunch, or even watching TV! This hurried life is one of the signs of the last days. When we are always in a hurry, we may feel important, but it will also prevent us from looking closely at Jesus. Why not slow down, spend time with Jesus and seek Him first in your life? Why not spend, not just quality time, but quantity time with God? I would like to suggest that we ruthlessly eliminate hurry so that we can wait upon the Lord.

Everything crowds in our daily lives and unfortunately God is crowded out. We do not have time for God, yet we do have time for trivial things, things of less value.

Reflect on this during this coming week.

Pastor Throstur Thordarson
Seventh-day Adventist Church
South Bend, Indiana

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