By: Rev. Justin Krupsky, Senior Pastor
This past weekend my dad set up a fishing charter to take a few of his grandchildren fishing. He had hope that he could create a memory with them. He had hope that they would actually wake up at 4:30am. He had hope that the weather would cooperate so that the boys were comfortable. He had hope that the fishing charter was reputable. He had hope they would bring some meat home. He had hope. He wasn’t the only one who had hope. The three boys also had hope that they would catch some trout and salmon. The days and hours leading up to the fishing trip were marked by hope. They had positive expectations based on past fishing experiences and the weather reports for the morning that awaited them.
Hope. There is something so powerful about hope. Where does true hope, hope that overflows, come from? This weekend in worship it is my prayer that we come with hope, that we express hope in worship, and that we receive more hope for the future that awaits us all.
Don’t forget to bring your lawn chair for our 10am outdoor worship at Trinity.