My Sermon For A New Year

Duke Taber General Teachings, Teachings

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This new year is a landmark one for me. On New Year’s eve I turn 50. This has caused me to do a lot of reflection and this sermon is a a result of that reflection. The New Year’s holiday is one that signifies putting the past behind us and looking forward to the future. For me, the past is getting longer and the future is getting shorter but does that mean that God does not have a lot of life and adventure in front of me? This is the question that I had to ask myself. So join with me and hopefully together we can learn that God does not look upon your past, your age, or your earthly talents, but instead He looks upon the heart of a person and their willingness to be used by Him.