Kevin Hiebert spoke on the intriguing theme, “Time is God’s Money”, suggesting that aspects of scripture’s counsel on how to use money wisely might also be applied to our use of time, since, as someone once said in the early 1700s, ‘time is money’.  Jesus advised his critics, “Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s.”  Can this also be applied to our use of time?  Kevin noted that although we usually look after our financial assets carefully, we can be rather more casual about using our time wisely.  Time is a non-renewable source which often seems more precious after it is gone.  In Matthew 6:25-, Jesus taught us not to worry about the little things in life (what to wear, what to eat!) but to seek God’s Kingdom above all else.  Today’s communications technologies, lifestyles, and pressures at work have convinced us to invest less time in life’s most important activities–helping others and nurturing personal relationships.  What would happen if we thought of “TIME” as standing for ‘Today Is My Everything’?  [JEK]

Service Details

Passage: Matthew 22:15-22; 1 Thessalonians 1:1-10; Psalm 99; Isaiah 45:1-7

Communion: Yes

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Potluck Lunch: No

Congregational Meeting: No

Worship Team

Speaker: Kevin Hiebert

Worship Leader: Paul Froese

Song Leader: Travis Martin

Pianist: Ruth Enns

Usher: Chris Skinner

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