Rev. Jonathan Meraz – What the End of Days and Baby Jesus Have in Common

“End Times” popular media preys on human fears, but there is no fear when you have Jesus. In this show, Pastor Jonathan Meraz connects the end of the church year with new beginnings. And we look at how we should be “spending” our Advent.

From the Gospel of Mark: “Truly I tell you, this generation will certainly not pass away until all these things have happened. Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will never pass away.” This Gospel is pointed to by skeptics as how something stated in the Bible didn’t actually happen. That’s not true and Pastor Meraz explains why.

We also look at consumer sentiment, the spending numbers over Black Friday and Cyber Monday, and how we can get ready for the Advent season.

Trinity is located at 6001 Granby St. in Norfolk. Bible Study is at 9 am and Worship is at 10 am on Sunday. Wednesday, Dec. 5, 12, and 19, we will host midweek Advent services at 7 pm. Come see us!

Links of Note:

Institute for Policy and Opinion Research – Roanoke College

Consumer Spending 2018

Lutheran Hour Ministries – Daily Devotions

Joseph: Carpenter of Steel

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