“… Noah walked with God.” – Genesis 6:9
There is something about seeing an elderly couple walking hand-in-hand. Can you see the picture in your mind? The sight is so soothing in an age of disconnectedness. Years of longevity felt in the tender grasp of weathered hands. Decades of closeness made obvious in the natural resting of intertwined fingers. Evidence of battles fought, and journeys won embodied in their slowing stride. They are right. They are true. They are a picture of every heart’s desire to walk through life with another.
We all long to walk with… Every person, no matter our situation in life, whether young, old, single, married, divorced, or widowed, we all long to walk with others. We all need and even crave the walk of companionship. In certain seasons it can be a friend, a sibling, a parent, a child, a spouse. But in every season, God is there with an open hand. Genesis 6:9 says Noah walked with God. And based on the text we are about to study; his walk must have been exceptionally close. In the loneliness of a dark, sin-filled, hostile, and corrupt world, Noah found strength and victory in his relationship with God. This week we witness Noah walk with God as he navigates the “Echoes of Corruption.” Take some time to read Genesis 6. As you do, consider your time in His Word as a walk with God. And as you listen to the worship set for Sunday consider that the God who walked with Noah is the God who also protects and guides you as you go with him.
I cannot wait to walk through this text with you!
Love you Church,
Pastor Jerry Lingenfelter
SUNDAY AM PLAN
9:00 AM – Worship Service On Campus & Online (Lancaster Campus)
9:15 AM – Worship Service On Campus & Online (Myerstown Campus)
11:00 AM – Worship Service on Campus & Online (Lancaster Campus)
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