In This Issue
In celebration of the publication of Glory to God, the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)’s new hymnal, Horizons explores the inseparable nature of music and faith. This issue is dedicated to those of us who sing like angels or croak like frogs (and everything in-between). Sing on!
2013–2014 Horizons Bible Study
An Abiding Hope:
Suggestions for Leaders
The books of Exodus and Deuteronomy invite us to
remember that the central actor in human experience — in our own lives and in the experiences described in Exodus and Deuteronomy—is God. Our God is one who redeems, who brings liberty and fulfillment even when we do not deserve it, when we cannot redeem ourselves. We have the assurance of God’s abiding presence as individuals and as a community of faith. This presence helps us see that God’s redemption is more than a “saving from” harsh circumstances; it also is a “saving to” the fullness of life God intends for humanity.