#slowitdownSunday / what did you learn in church this weekend?

Our local Christian radio station featured a segment on Mondays that I loved hearing. It was called something like, “What did you learn in church this weekend?”

This one quote can easily sum up what I took from today’s sermon:

love quote by rodney pickett the daily starr

As I #slowdownSunday to reflect on my thoughts over the past few weeks, that last line in the quote preaches to me. Actually it stomps on my toes, big time.

As a child that grew up knowing nothing but church (and actually loving it for the majority of the time), I have a lot of personal convictions for how I choose to live life. I’ve never been one to push my personal convictions on others, but I’ve struggled more than ever lately with judging those around me based on my convictions.

Tonight, I’m asking God to change MY heart – not those around me. I truly want the people around me to walk away feeling and remembering LOVE, not convictions.

How about you? What did you learn in church this weekend? Do you take time to think about it? Maybe even jot down a few notes. Wouldn’t it be cool to look back over 2015 and see how God has used your church to grow your faith in Him? Let’s do it!

ALSO – if you’re wanting to do a quick daily online Bible study – I’m leading a group of friends in studying all about the Passion Week of Jesus Christ. We just started yesterday and it’s not too late to join us: >>https://praysalot.wordpress.com/2015/02/13/40-days-of-lent-starts-tomorrow-study-details/<<

Proverb of the Day:
A wise person is hungry for knowledge, while the fool feeds on trash. [Proverbs 15:14 NLT]


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