Faithful - January 3, 2021

It's a common thing to make resolutions, especially around our faith, going into the new year. It's normal. We're not leaving a normal year, though, and the next year is picking up where the last one left off.

So what's this mean for how we meet with God? What does this mean for our thoughts about him and what he thinks about us? We look at Psalm 42 this week, where the author (probably David) is away from his house of worship and giving his heart a reminder about the faithfulness of God and to trust in God for redemption of his circumstances. We hope you're blessed going into the new year, and we're glad you came to wrestle alongside us as we worship. We hope to see you soon. To email us, click here.

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