This week we look at what it means to truly live in God's presence. Only when we can achieve this, can we "pray continually" (1 Thessalonians 5:17), "pray in the Spirit on all occasions" (Ephesians 6:18), and "continually offer to God a sacrifice of praise" (Hebrews 13:15). What would it look like in our lives of faith today to really be able to achieve this?
Last week on the Church Calendar was Pentecost Sunday, and we looked a little at the role of the Holy Spirit, specifically the power of the Holy Spirit, the difference He made in the disciples, and the difference He can make for each of us. We continue that today, on Trinity Sunday, as we look at the concept of the trinity, and what we need to know about it in our daily lives.
Today on the church calendar is Pentecost Sunday, the day we remember the coming of the Holy Spirit on the apostles. We will look at what Pentecost Sunday used to be remembered for, how the Holy Spirit helped the apostles, and how all this can help us in our Christian walk.
This we look at at a strange new math - not common core, not even the new math our parents talked about, but something that on the surface looks a little strange. But as we dig in, we find it's not about math at all - It's about unity.