“Unforced Rhythms of Grace” – Rev. Gary Hilton – Matthew 11:16-19; 25-30

Sometimes we allow ourselves to be distracted and led by the worries and troubles of this world and very quickly loose sight of God’s work. Even within the church, we can become more concerned with dogma and how the church operates than living the grace that God bestows. Christ is calling us to follow him in the “unforced rhythms of grace;” living in tune with God’s will, recognizing God at work each day, and serving others in simple ministry. It is about living and working in worship at Jesus’ feet. All the worries and troubles that we face will be worked out, our task is to work and live in the grace that flows from Jesus’ side. Let us be concerned with serving as Jesus served and not the “who, what, where, and why” of serving. Let us live, move and work in the unforced rhythms of grace.