iPhone

I have an iPhone. It would take me pages to begin to describe the power I hold in my hand.

I can FaceTime someone on another continent. Get directions to anywhere in the world. Look up a definition or score. Research anything from Biblical history to the perfect temperature for pork chops.

I can measure distances, calculate balances, transfer money, schedule out my days, watch TV, play games, listen to music, order nearly anything to be delivered in two days.

My iPhone allows me to interact with hundreds of people on social media by looking at pictures, posting pictures and having conversations. I can read my Bible and even take sermon notes or watch the New Life livestream.

Oh, and I can call someone…

I use my phone constantly throughout the day, however I rarely talk about it. In fact, this email is one of the only times I can remember even thinking about all that my phone can do.

Why?

I guess I can’t really think of a good reason to talk about my phone.

Sometimes I think I treat God like I treat my phone; I enjoy everything He does for me but rarely talk about Him.

This Sunday, I look forward to sharing a sermon from John 4:27-38 about the “Witnesses God uses.” I have been challenged this week as I have learned why the disciples struggled and at the same time, the woman at the well willingly shared her faith.

I hope to see you at 9:00am or 10:45am. In case you can’t attend, we will have a livestream at 10:45am HERE.