There are a lot of good things in life that lose their value when you put them in the wrong place or use them in the wrong way.
Ice-cream, for example, is good, but you can’t have it for every meal. Or what about a fire? Fire is great for warmth and light, but when removed from the safety of its confines the result is disastrous. Think about rivers – the beauty, the power that can be harnessed, the life that can be given, and many other aspects to celebrate, but if it overtakes its borders and swells its banks, the devastation can be fatal.
This Sunday evening we’re going to see something similar in Genesis – we’ll read of three men who desire good things but pursue them in the wrong way and wind up causing a terrible amount of disgrace and death – all because they tried to take something good and use it in the wrong way.
The same is true in our lives.
Please join us this Sunday the 6th of November from 6 p.m. to study God’s Word and to worship Him as we consider this passage.