Deadly Distractions May 13, 2016

Recently an Ontario man was sentenced to ten years in prison for driving while drunk, killing three children and their grandfather. Impaired driving has long been a serious and dangerous distraction. Now distracted driving, or texting, has been added to the priorities of traffic enforcement, with very large fines if convicted. If our attention is on a phone rather than the road, we are inviting disaster. And as we travel through life, we also can be distracted and permit other things to become more important than our relationship with God. So many today live as though there were no tomorrow, no God, no meeting with the One to Whom we must one day give account. Is it not time for all of us to “seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness…”? Is it not time to “prepare to meet” our God? We do that by recognizing our spiritual bankruptcy and inviting Christ into our lives.

Pastor Alex Rockwell
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