We look forward to seeing you and a team from your church on Saturday, October 29, 2022, at 10 AM, as we endeavor to minimize the negative impact of disasters through preparation.
"And because the gracious hand of my God was on me, the king
granted my requests." - Nehemiah 2:8 NIV
Have you ever felt impregnated with a dream but noticed that the odds were stacked against you ever giving birth to your dream?
When Nehemiah heard that the walls of Jerusalem had been destroyed by fire, he felt a strong desire to help. Nehemiah knew the broken walls meant that the people of Israel were unprotected and in great trouble. His love for God and compassion for God's people fueled Nehemiah's dream to rebuild the wall. But, the odds were stacked against him.
Nehemiah was a lowly cupbearer living a thousand miles from Jerusalem. He had no influence, resources, or funding to start the project. However, Nehemiah pursued his dream anyway. Nehemiah petitioned the king and asked for permission to go to Jerusalem to rebuild the wall. He also asked for protection during his travels, and for all of the supplies and money, he would need for the project. The king granted Nehemiah's request.
Has God given you a dream that seems impossible? Do you feel called to help others in a big way, but you don't know how you'll do it? Instead of letting your circumstances or lack of resources keep you stuck, do as Nehemiah did and declare, "The gracious hand of God is on my life." Trust that God's favor will help you defy even the most impossible odds.
Rev. Dr. Danny Murphy, SR.
The ultimate aim of Trinity Presbytery is to equip and empower our member congregations to become communities of faith, hope, love, witness and service, so that those who do not know Jesus might come to know, love and serve him and so that those who do know Jesus might come to love him more intimately and serve him more faithfully.