Interrupted: a word that can instantly bring a negative thought or feeling even though, at times, good things can come from it.

Jesus desires to be in a relationship with us, to interact with every aspect of our lives. He has a plan for each of us. He knows exactly what He created us for and desires to see it fulfilled in our lives. Often our human nature tends to run ahead of the plan, and we don’t have an understanding of how much Jesus wants to be involved. We also have our wills to contend with, and sometimes we can be pretty fearful of letting go and trusting God.

My hope is that somewhere in hearing the scope of Saul/Paul’s life, and the testimony of my family you can relate to your own life. I hope it helps you to put your trust in God and step out in the thing he is calling you to do.

In Proverbs 28:1 it tells us this, “the wicked man flees though no one pursues, but the righteous are as bold as a lion.” As Christians we are righteous in God’s eyes because it is God who gives righteousness not man. But, when we walk in righteousness and eliminate hypocrisy in our lives it give us the confidence to speak God’s truth and trust Him with all things.

Pastor Dan Slater

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