Our minds store all of the sights, sounds, and feelings of every moment of our lives. But it would seem that we are not able to clearly recall every one of those moments. When we focus, and maybe get a little help from reminders here and there, we can reconstruct some of those moments and recall them once more. There are some memories, though, that we can recall clearly, easily, and without any help. Those are the memories connected to an experience that was powerful or meaningful enough to make it stand out among the crowd of our past. We remember certain experiences, events, and moments because in some way, they shaped us, influenced us, or otherwise left their mark on us. Good or bad, some of our experiences have had much more impact on us than others.
Beginning this Sunday at Liberty Hill we begin a new series entitled “Define.” We will look at three simple ways to find focus and clarity in our lives, our homes, and in our church. “Define” begins by recognizing the power of experiences to shape our lives. If experiences have such great influence on us, then we should take the initiative and seek to develop the kind of positive experiences that will change our lives for the good. Since God is the ultimate “good,” we will begin by seeking to experience God. Join us at 10:30 AM as “Define” begins by “Choosing Your Experience.”
Pastor Joe Payne