We pity the poor person who is homeless, not in the shallow sense of having no physical structure in which to reside, but in the much more profound sense of having nowhere to rest his heart. We delight in a good homecoming story, well told. We know from experience the hollowness of being away from home and the fullness of coming home.
Imagine what it would be like to long for home but have no idea how to get there. Actually, that scenario is not imaginary, is it? Join us this Lord's Day as we hear Jesus teach us where home is and how to get there.
On Jordan's Stormy Banks (#649)
Art Thou Afraid? (#628)
To God Be the Glory (#16)
Old Testament: Genesis 45; Psalm 42
New Testament: Matthew 26:1-30
Going Home - John 14:1-14