I love fresh dinner rolls!
Last night, we went out to eat as a family and the server brought some fresh bread that was hot from the oven with honey butter…I am pretty sure that fresh dinner rolls will be a staple in our diets in heaven.
In fact, my theology bears it out that carbs won’t matter in heaven.
And while I’m on the topic of fresh…there is something amazing about fresh paint, a fresh fade (haircut), fresh shoes and fresh air.
This Sunday, I am super excited to share a sermon entitled, “Fresh” from Psalm 90:12-17.
Looking back on 2016, I would guess that for some it was a great year…but for many others, 2016 is a year that will look better in the rear view.
2017 is a fresh year.
Better than hot rolls with honey butter, haircuts, and clean air.
Psalm 90 may be the only Psalm written by Moses. In verse 12, he writes, “So teach us to number our days that we may get a heart of wisdom.”
Going into 2017, we must number our days, so we may get a heart of wisdom.
A fresh perspective on the oldest Psalm. A fresh look at a new year. A fresh start for a weary life.
I hope you can join us this Sunday…it’s going to be even better than fresh dinner rolls.