Glenorie Com­mu­nity Church

Galston, Glenorie and Hills Rural News - - Church News - Pr. Alex & Dee Valich

I’m sure you’d agree that this year is fly­ing by very quickly. An old say­ing states that ‘time flies when you’re hav­ing fun’ but in 2018, time seems to be fly­ing whether you’re hav­ing fun or not!!

Our fam­ily en­joyed catch­ing up with our wider net­work dur­ing the Christ­mas sea­son and again at Easter time but, if we take note of re­tail ad­ver­tise­ments, Moth­ers’ Day is al­ready just around the cor­ner.

Our lives are full- with fam­ily, friends, work, stud­ies, re­spon­si­bil­i­ties- and hope­fully, times of re­lax­ation with hob­bies and play. With all that is go­ing on in our world and with our lives flash­ing be­fore us at a very fast pace, have you ever con­sid­ered what will hap­pen, where you will be, and what you’ll be do­ing when your life on earth ends? This is a ques­tion we all will face.

The bible tells us that ‘Je­sus came so that we would have life and live it abun­dantly.’ (John 10:10).

He came into this world to give His life for us so that we can have a re­la­tion­ship with Him af­ter we die, for all eter­nity. If we think that time here is go­ing fast, then eter­nity will be a very long time. The bible says, in Ro­mans 10:9 that ‘if you con­fess with your mouth the Lord Je­sus and be­lieve in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead, you will be saved.’

Food for thought. God bless

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