Updated: Mar 16, 2020
If you have emailed us here at the church, I wanted to let you know that we've had a glitch in our email system. The glitch was that no emails went out to non-hhbc.net email addresses for a few days. So, if you emailed one of us and we have not responded that's why. We got the system fixed yesterday and now we're having to go back and figure out who we sent emails to and then resend them. Just a reminder to all of us that life sends us little glitches along the way. The key is how we respond to them. I know I've failed and passed that test, as some of you are aware of, but the goal is to handle each glitch in a way that honors Christ and shows forth Christ-like attitudes.
While life brings us glitches it also gives us an opportunity for hitches. Hitches can be defined in multiple ways. The dictionary mentions a hitch being a jerk or pull. It also used the statement, "he had a hitch in his walk", to define hitch. We often here about getting married that two people are getting "hitched", which lends to my use of the term this morning. The definition that I want to use this morning is also one that the dictionary gives us, and that is to hook up a trailer to a car or a farm implement to a tractor.
You see at this time of year we celebrate the birth of our Savior. Jesus came to save us from our sin. He makes salvation possible for us. However, and stay with me, salvation is not perfect. Hold on don't call me a heretic yet. From God's side, salvation is perfect, He forgives and saves. However