Pastor Kyle Bitter - The Fourth Sunday of Easter - Sunday, May 3, 2020
Text: John 10:1-10
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Who, or what, do you listen to when you need to find information you can trust? Seems like that’s been an issue people have been complaining about for the last few years, maybe longer, but I think the current pandemic situation with all of its unknowns has probably brought it to the forefront. Where do you turn when you want to find information you can trust? Or, to put it another way, Whose Voice Do You Follow? Maybe you watch the daily press briefings from the government experts. Perhaps you turn on the local news? You seek out opinion pieces online from experts outside the government. Tune in to talk radio shows? Listen to the observations of people who work in the medical field or other related industry? Take note of reports from other states or countries? Maybe you factor in your own personal observations, or the experiences of neighbors, co-workers, and friends? And if you’ve listened to more than one of those sources, you’ve probably picked up on the problem. They’re all saying different things! And like anyone, they all have differing biases and goals, some more obvious than others, so who’s right and who’s wrong? Whose Voice Do You Follow? Sometimes it seems like it would be a whole lot easier if God would just tell you who to believe – but it doesn’t work that way.
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