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Doing Something Different ()

Bo Grace, December 31, 2017
Part of the series, preached at a Sunday Morning service

On the brink of a New Year, many people will find themselves thinking more than usual about the past – and the future. “New” implies new opportunities. That’s why people make New Year’s resolution – to make a new start. So… for a few minutes today, we need to reflect on the past – and – think about the future.
As you think about the past you need to think about ruts. Are there some areas in your life where you are stuck in a rut? It’s easy to do. You can get into a rut in your marriage, your work, your daily routine, which is where a lot of people seem to enjoy being. Ruts can be comfortable, because ruts are predictable, but they are also mundane… life becomes the same old, some old. – And ruts are common across all age groups.
You may have many ruts in your life. Maybe your marriage is in a rut. Maybe your eating habits are in a rut. Maybe your spiritual life is in a rut. There is no better day than today to get out of the rut, but that is going to mean DOING SOMETHING DIFFERENT

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