Sunday, April 3, 2011

Sun. Apr. 3, 2011 (Joe Heikman)

Joe Heikman, associate pastor at FUMC, has come a long way from his Pennsylvania Mennonite roots. His talk on Ezekiel 37's valley of dry bones left us with many striking images of a prophet whose life was hard so that God might be glorified. Lying in the street on his side, cutting his hair with a sword, peaching doom and gloom to a population who didn’t want to hear him made the message only that much more powerful. Our call to hear the prophets of our own day may be similarly impaired - how can we distinguish the voice of God among the cacophony of voices - some reasonable and some raving? Joe suggested we pray for wisdom. [AP]

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