Do you ever feel overwhelmed, stressed, too busy and longing for something to bring order out of the chaos of your life? Do you ever wish that there was just one thing to focus on in our multi-tasking lives? It’s no wonder words like simplify and declutter are all over social media! It is the cry of our hearts. But how? Is it crazy to think we could actually experience peace, hope and rest in the world in which we live?
Interestingly, Jesus uses the phrase “one thing” several times in Scripture and we also see the phrase used in Psalm 27 written by David. In fact, it is found in many Scriptures.
Choosing to seek the “One Thing” is a call to intimacy with Jesus.
It’s a call to know and be known.
This year in Restore Ministry we will be exploring the “One Thing” phrases found in five main Scriptures to answer some of these questions.
Our prayer is that the answers found in God's Word will lead us to fix our eyes on the one thing our souls truly long for; Jesus Himself!
So please join us for three Fall Bible study Friday nights and a Restore Gathering in February!
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February 7 & 8 - Restore Gathering - One Thing
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