Last week I quoted Norman Vincent Peale’s statement, “Change your thoughts, and you change your world.”  I will be the first to admit that it is not easy to change your thoughts. Jesus comes asking that we believe in the “good news.” He was telling us to change our thoughts.  Yet many of the thoughts present in his day and age have made their way down to us and can be found and believed today.  Why are we so reluctant to believe the “good news”? What exactly was the “good news” Jesus was preaching? And why did the leadership in Judea react so negatively?  When believed and lived, the good news has the ability to set us free and create a new world.  The disciples of Jesus followed Him because of the “good news.”

Weekly Newsletter 1/14/2018-1/20/2018