We often picture ourselves walking through life looking forward in time as we step into situations. But the truth is, we cannot know or see what has not happened yet. We can only know and truly see what has happened: for us personally, with others who live with us now or have gone before us, and with the God who repeatedly calls us to remember his deeds. As we “back into the future”, healthy hindsight is the key to a meaningful and joy-filled life.
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Hi I'm Pastor David Dyer. I was the Vicar from August 2001 through July 2002 and then called as the Associate Pastor in June 2003 through January 2007. I am most proud of my kids who have a shared appreciation and love of all things adventuring in the outdoors. In addition, I love that my kids have a heart for caring and sharing Jesus’ love with others. My favorite part of being on the Bethlehem team is that I enjoy everyone’s different background and experience which brings a balance to our team approach to reaching the lost. 1 Corinthians 2:2, “For I resolved to know nothing while I was with you but Jesus Christ and him crucified."
Today’s sermon was excellent and definitely most relevant to my life as one who has struggled. Thank you so very much, Pastor Dyer.