A few months ago a good friend of mine, Mark Morrison, asked me how I was doing. I paused, then I said, "I'm somewhere between hope and desperation Mark." He looked at me and said something to the effect, "Gary, that's preachable! That's where a lot of people are right now."
Being desperate isn't a sign of weakness. It can be an honest assessment of a situation or relationship. It could be a sign that we need to make a decision to do something different. Being desperate can be a blessing in disguise because it's a door to open and to consider something different...better.
Are you desperate? Hopeful? Somewhere in between? You're invited to NorthCreek Church this Sunday to hear how God views our desperate circumstances and how he wants to change our perspective on those situations.
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