Holy Holy Holy

Holy, Holy, Holy! One God – Three Persons. The truth of the Trinity has confounded reason and logic for millennia. It is for this reason the Christian Church has celebrated Trinity Sunday.  You can hear a break down of how the Trinity works in this Sunday’s children’s message HERE.

What’s left?  8 Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?” And I said, “Here am I. Send me!”  Wow! What a change?  Isaiah is no longer terrified.  He comfortable in the presence of him Holy God because the holiness, righteousness that God demands, he gives in Jesus.  That frees us to say, “Here am I. Send me!”  That frees us for service.

What I have seen among many Christians is that the KIND of service confounds them.  What am I to do?  Are some works better than others?  Not really.  I’m here to tell you that it doesn’t really matter.  A few weeks ago we talked about the incredible act of service and worship that moms offer to their God as they care for their Children.  In a few weeks we’ll do the same thing for dads!

I think it’s fun to explore different ways other Christians serve!  I want to share with you a resource I’ll be tapping more as we go into the future.  It’s called WELS Mission Blogs.  You can even subscribe!

If you are new to our church, the WELS, is the church body we walk with.  We support missions around the world.  In the mission blog there is a new story EVERY WEEK about another Christian living in service to his or her Lord – not necessarily overseas, but the one I want to leave you with is a special one to me.  This mission blog is from March 18th.

The gentleman from our sermon is Matt Behmer – he is one of our missionaries to Latin America.  His lovely wife is my first cousin, Beth.  They have three beautiful children and are working in Quito, Ecuador.

Even if you think that you have no service opportunities you can support families like the Behmer’s who are taking the gospel around the world.

Want to hear more?  Watch this Sunday’s message taken from Isaiah 6.