Happy Thursday! This is one of my favorite pics from our recent Hawaiian vacation. Lots of people playing in the ocean that day.
Happy Sunday! We spent last weekend in beautiful Monterey, California and I have a few pics to share in the next few days. I’ll start with this slower shutter speed photo of rocks, waves and seaweed. It was great to relax and take walks on the beach with my hubby and enjoy the fresh ocean breezes.
Keeping with the ocean theme, here’s today’s short Sunday sermon:
Why We Need Anchors
The purpose of an anchor is to keep a ship safe and secure at a desired location or to help control the ship during bad weather. However, to accomplish these vital purposes, just having an anchor is not enough. The anchor must be solid, dependable, and used properly at the right time and place.
Individuals and families need anchors as well.
Adversity can come as a great storm to blow us off course and threaten to cast us against the rocks. But sometimes we are also in danger when everything appears to be safe—the winds soft and the waters smooth. In fact, we can be in the greatest danger when we are drifting and movement is so slight that we scarcely notice it.
Read the rest of THIS TERRIFIC ARTICLE to see how the Gospel of Jesus Christ can be our anchor. Have a great day! Do or learn something NEW!