Let It Rain Down

Sermon text: Isaiah 55:1 & 6-12 and John 7:37-39

As most of you know I grew up in a country that is no stranger to rain. And Scottish rain is not like Florida rain. We get that afternoon downpour every day in the summer, and no one bothers. It’ll be gone shortly, and we will get on with the sunshine. Scottish rain tends to go all day and be a bit more drizzly and a lot colder. I remember being asked if I enjoyed my summer one year and replying that, yes, we had a nice picnic that afternoon. I exaggerate, of course, but it is rainy a lot.
We’ve all seen lots of rain in our lives; sometimes it makes us feel good, sometimes not so much. I lived in a farming community in Ohio for a while, and it seemed to me the farmers were always complaining about not enough rain or too much rain... 
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