This is from our lesson where we discussed how our thoughts create our experience in the world and how we can influence our thinking.
Sunday, October 27, 2013
Monday, October 07, 2013
It is easy to come up with things we need to release when we see them as negative, but are there any positive things we need to release to finish the year well?
Dr. Ernest Wilson gives us something to consider:
“All of our loosing is not simply the loosing of so-called evil. We must loose forms of the good as well. Good is seldom static. It is progressive. It evolves. It changes. We must allow it to be so. We must loose accustomed forms of good, when our progress or that of someone else involved demands it. We must not be afraid to trust that law that brought the good to bring another that shall fulfill it. We must be willing to let Angels go, that archangels may come into our life. Loose your good, hold it gently, free it readily.”
Dr. Ernest Wilson
If you consider this, does it change what are you willing to give up (Release, Loose) to finish the year well?
We'll continue our discussion on finishing the year well on Sundays in October. We hope to see you there.
Friday, September 27, 2013
Suzanne visited the Long Island Council of Churches Food Pantry today and they were very grateful for your support. She was also told that they were in need of food and winter clothes. She overheard one person being told they would give them more food if they had it.
Please consider bringing some food or winter clothing to the church on Sunday or if you can bring it directly to the pantry in Hempstead (in Christ’s 1st Presbyterian Church, 353 Fulton Ave, Hempstead, N.Y. 516-565-0290), and see what your support has accomplished. At the Freeport Emergency Food Center, we have fed more than 1000 more people this year than we did in the same period in 2012—particularly more children.
By partnering with the council and our neighbors we can reach more than we would alone.
We thank you or your generosity.
Hempstead (in Christ’s 1st Presbyterian Church, 353 Fulton Ave, Hempstead, N.Y)
Freeport (450 N. Main Street, 516-868-498O9),
Riverhead (407 Osborne Avenue at Lincoln, 631-727-2210).
We’re open Monday-Friday, 9:00 to 4:30 in Riverhead & Hempstead and 10 to 4 in Freeport—please call if you plan to come earlier or later