Updated: Aug 8, 2019
Intro - Karma
The concepts and principles of the word karma originates from the Southeast Asian religions of Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. The term karma connects actions and results, causes and effects for not only past lives, but subsequent or reincarnate lives as well. Good and bad happenings and outcomes experienced in this life are collective results of deeds and character in those previous lives. With karma there is a circle or cycle of life - or you could just say, life is a recycle bin. In western pop-culture there has evolved a shallow sense of putting off good karma and bad karma. It's very social, very neutral, very cool. Based on the shape of things we might be in some real trouble in our next life. Whoa!
We need truth to meet the day to day demands of honoring and righteously living in covenant relationship with God and with one another!
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Join me this Sunday to begin a 6-Week series called Karma. The biblical truth about the principles of "sowing and reaping" and how they effectively impact and influence our faith and the people we love the most. This series explains why good karma just isn't going to be enough! We need truth to meet the day to day demands of honoring and righteously living in covenant relationship with God and with one another! C'mon Reunion, God is at work.