Rogation Sunday (5th After Easter) – Church Back Home – May 21, 2017

One of the most important points of the New Testament, and of Jesus’ ministry. “Ask and ye shall receive, that your joy may be full”. That might not be as you imagined it, or times ad you hoped, but it does promise that it will be.

There’s no discussion here about “God’s will”, “God’s time”, or “God’s higher plan”. Simply ask, and it shall be given unto you.


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Rogation Sunday – Church Back Home – May 1, 2016

MORE CONTROVERSY! For all that some people talk about “God’s will”, you’d not expect Jesus to say “Ask and ye shall receive that your joy may be full”. We have to understand this in terms of common sense, of course, but we can also remember that God is indeed God, and He might know some things.

If the lack of something makes a void in your heart, wouldn’t God know that? And wouldn’t He want to do something about it?


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Rogation Sunday – Church Back Home – May 10, 2015

This one is personal for me! The lesson in today‚Äôs Gospel reading is something that I take personally because of what I’ve been through, including in the last several months. I’ve been so blessed that during a recent trying experience, nobody tried to say anything about “God’s will”. They would not have liked my response. And, God is not like that.

This is some truth which we need to nurture and claim! It’s there for us, and God wants us to have it! Look and see!