The Sunday to put a Stone on the PAST

Participate in this purpose of faith and have a life with God.

Human beings are guided by the situations they experience and, therefore, they often become stuck in what happened in the past and allow only negative memories to be part of their lives and references.

Better understand:

It is impossible to avoid negative events, but many, when faced with them, cannot forget the facts, cannot forgive those who did some kind of harm to them, cannot overcome a mistake or a loss or cannot let go of relationships or friendships that did not work out.

And all these prisons make them see no prospects for the future, for a life with God.

“You who left the church, because of something negative that happened in your life, you are without the strength to return, without the strength to go to church, because of many thoughts and accusations, come back now. If you want to walk the path of return, start obeying God and put Him first in your life”, said Bishop Renato Cardoso.

A stone in the past:

Many people, when faced with the mistakes they have made, believe there is no way out, forgiveness or a turning point on their case – not to mention the countless accusations the world makes about them. There is no way to change what has already happened, but, every day, we all have the opportunity to start a new story and tread a new path without making the same mistakes. But for this to happen it is necessary to put a stone in the past and live a new life.

“He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches. To him who overcomes I will give some of the hidden manna to eat. And I will give him a white stone, and on the stone a new name written which no one knows except him who receives it. (Revelation 2:17).

We will have this special event on Sunday, 28 of January at 11am (also on Saturday 27 in Tampere at 3:30pm)

“At the opportunity you will receive a white stone that represents the stone that the Lord Jesus gives to the winner with a new name, this is what you will use to place over your past as an act of faith, turn this page and begin a new story” , commented Bishop Renato.