Sun, 24 July 2016
Baton Rouge is a city known for its joy and exuberance. There’s not much that’s better than a crawfish boil, a tailgating party, or Saturday night in Death Valley.
But is recent days that joy has been turned into sorrow. Death has stalked our streets. Laughter and camaraderie has become tears and division. Instead of parties there have been funerals. Is there a place for sorrow? How ought we to deal with sorrow?
Sunday’s message will seek to answer those questions. Jesus will be our example as he shows us how to live emotionally healthy lives even when sorrow comes knocking.
Thankful to know that “weeping may endure for the night, but joy comes in the morning,”