Sunday sermon, Nov. 1, 2020
In today’s sermon, Pastor Tom Hartshorn reviews the Beatitudes, given during the Sermon on the Mount. Although no one wants to be meek or poor in spirit or persecuted, these are hard times, and many of us have become passive, hurtful and worn out. He reminds us that the good we do lives on, and encourages us to be cheerful, helpful and healing to others. “Blessed are you who trust God to make life more than it seems to be,” Pastor Tom tells us. After the sermon, Director of Music Joey DiGuglielmo plays “Pensive,” by David Ritter, and “Sweet Hour of Prayer,” by William Walford and William Bradburg, arranged by Bruce Greer. Click on the arrow in the image below to hear the sermon and music.