Have you considered the brevity of our days? Sunday is our light of hope in Christ! This week the largest mass shooting in America occurred. How
many more must happen to open our eyes to the more important facets of life? The citizens were innocent attending a musical outdoor concert. In a flash they were gone and the aching stories filled the air. How too the disciples must have
wandered after Christ's passion. While seeking a gift for a loved one one neighbor said during the browsing the sales person, with tears in his eyes, asked what about those in Las Vegas? They had nothing to take with them...could this beautiful
gift matter in the long run?? Words are weighted with the wonder of the greater things. We plan, organize, analyze, and even consult with experts for future planning detached from a deeper prayer life where Christ is. In his holy will is
the best financial forecast to eternal life. May those who have endured sudden loss teach us to rely on God alone, created of our days, of Time eternal. May the souls of the faithful departed Rest In Peace. This Sunday let someone know you
love him/her. For we know not the Hour or the day. Listen to an Easter song and light a candle. He is here with us to deliver us into the light!