4th Sunday of Advent – Do Right, Love Goodness, Walk Humbly with Your God

Nov 11, 2017
Church Governance

Welcome to It Is Well Living Church! Join us as we celebrate and reflect on the importance of the 4th Sunday of Advent. This special day holds significant meaning for our faith-based community, as we explore the themes of righteousness, goodness, and humility in our relationship with God and the world around us.

The Significance of the 4th Sunday of Advent

As we journey through the Advent season, each Sunday holds a unique emphasis and purpose. The 4th Sunday of Advent is a time of great anticipation and preparation as we approach the birth of Jesus Christ. It is a moment to reflect on the virtues of righteousness, goodness, and humility that Christ embodies and calls us to embody as well.

At It Is Well Living Church, we believe that righteousness involves not only doing what is right but also striving for justice and fairness in all our actions. We understand that goodness encompasses acts of kindness, compassion, and love towards others, reflecting the loving nature of God in our daily lives. And humility reminds us of our need to walk humbly with God, acknowledging that our strength and purpose come from our divine connection.

Embodying Righteousness

At the core of our faith is the belief that righteousness is not just an abstract concept, but something that should be lived out in our actions. As we gather on the 4th Sunday of Advent, we explore what it means to do right and seek justice. We delve into the teachings of Jesus, who challenged societal norms and stood up for the marginalized and oppressed.

In our community, we encourage one another to actively engage in acts of righteousness, whether it's fighting against injustice, supporting those in need, or speaking out when we witness wrongdoing. By embodying righteousness, we aim to create a more just and equitable society, guided by the principles of love and compassion.

Embracing Goodness

Love and goodness go hand in hand. On the 4th Sunday of Advent, we celebrate the goodness that God freely shares with us and invites us to extend to others. Goodness is rooted in love, and it is through acts of kindness, generosity, and empathy that we express the goodness within us.

As a faith-based community, we strive to be a beacon of goodness in the world. Through outreach programs, charitable initiatives, and support networks, we aim to positively impact the lives of those around us. Embracing goodness means living with open hearts and open hands, extending love and care to all individuals, regardless of their circumstances.

Walking Humbly with Your God

Humility is an essential virtue that keeps us grounded in our faith. As we gather on the 4th Sunday of Advent, we remind ourselves of the importance of humbly walking with God. Humility allows us to recognize that we are not the center of the universe and that our purpose extends beyond our own desires.

Walking humbly with God means surrendering our egos and pride, acknowledging that our strength and wisdom come from a higher power. It reminds us to seek guidance and direction from God in all aspects of our lives. Through prayer, meditation, and reflection, we cultivate a deeper connection with the divine, enabling us to live more aligned with God's will.

Join Us on the 4th Sunday of Advent

It Is Well Living Church warmly invites you to join us as we celebrate the 4th Sunday of Advent. Come and experience a worship service filled with inspiring messages, uplifting music, and a community that embraces righteousness, goodness, and humility. Our doors are open to all who seek spiritual growth and a deeper understanding of their relationship with God.

Discover the joy and significance of the 4th Sunday of Advent as we explore the theme 'Do Right, Love Goodness, Walk Humbly with Your God.' Together, let us embark on a journey of faith, unity, and love as we prepare our hearts for the birth of Jesus Christ.

Bhoggard Bhoggard
Such a beautiful reminder to do right, love goodness, and walk humbly with God! 🙏✨
Nov 11, 2023