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Living Water

When an object is less dense than water, the force of the water pushing the object up exceeds the force that gravity holds on that object, this is called buoyancy. This weekend, we have an the opportunity to celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ and the associated hope and victory over sin that comes with it. When we choose to accept Jesus as our Lord and Savior, the force of the Living Water pushing us up exceeds the force that sin has in our lives, a sort of spiritual buoyancy! This is why we celebrate, because without the freedom from our sins that Jesus provides, we would never float to the service and live in the light. Perhaps, this is why Jesus made his disciples "Fishers of Me


Breathe: to take air into the lungs and then expel it. The first thing we learn while scuba training is to never hold your breath, but to always breathe. Without breathing you could not live. It’s natural, you don’t think about it. But maybe you should. For the next 60 seconds stop reading, close your eyes and just breathe. God just gave you 60 more seconds to live that were not guaranteed. God keeps putting breathes in you for a reason, you are here for a reason. When times get tough remember to breathe. 1 Peter 5:7 says “Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you.” We often hear that God will not allow us to go through anything we cannot handle or endure, but that's not true. I

Spiritual Drowning

When on vacation, scuba divers will often SEAK out the best dive spots and sometimes participate in group scuba tours. These tours are typically lead by a dive master, comes with the required dive equipment, and is already planned out. How appealing is it to not worry about verifying your equipment, decompression stops, or bottom time, after all, you're on vacation. The truth is, these can become the most dangerous dives very quickly, when the divers participating don't check the plan and their scuba equipment. The same concept applies with our spiritual life, we often go on 'spiritual vacations' and follow the crowd. We become complacent, don't dive into the word, follow blindly, and b

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