Food for thought – Success is getting what you want and happiness is wanting what you get.
Menu: November 4th – November 8th
Monday 4th – Crispy Chicken on Bun, Tomato & Lettuce, Potato Wedges, Carrot & Raisin Salad, Fruit Cocktail, 2% Milk
Tuesday 5th – Hot Dog on Bun, Baked Potato w/Sour Cream, Seasoned Broccoli, Pineapple Gelatin, 2% Milk
Wednesday 6th – Salisbury Steak w/Mushroom Sauce, Mashed Potatoes, Spinach, Pea Salad, Whole Wheat Dinner Roll, Fruit Cocktail, 2% Milk
Thursday 7th – Chicken Ala King, Rice, California Veg Blend, Spinach Mushroom Salad, Chocolate Chip Cookie, Wheat Roll, 2% Milk, Tea/Lemon
Friday 8th – Beef Soft Taco, Spanish Rice, Broccoli, Seasoned Corn, Mandarin Oranges w/Topping, 2%Milk
When it comes to understanding just how it is that we are “saved by faith,” there is often a lot of confusion as to how that works. Because our understanding of faith as “belief” has been somewhat isolated from works, it can be easy to be puzzled about the implications of justification by faith. Does this simply mean we only have to believe in God, or that Jesus is the Son of God? Is belief enough? If so, that seems to set a relatively low standard of getting into heaven, even if we all acknowledge that no one deserves to go to heaven based on their own merit. Could not a person claim to believe in Jesus as the Son of God as a way of hedging his bet, while he maintains a style of life that is clearly contrary to God’s wishes? How are we to sort all of this out?