On another note, Jason reminded me this morning as he left for work that today is also "Reformation Day". When you really think about it, what a wonderful day to remember and celebrate, even if it doesn't include dressing up and candy. Think about what it meant when Luther nailed those 95 theses to the Whittenberg door. What an amazing change in history that day brought. I am so grateful that God rose up Martin Luther to read and understand the scriptures and to bring about the reformation, in face of possible death. Luther would not back down from what he new to be true even though threatened with ex-communication from the church he loved and gave his life to, and almost certain death. But God graciously allowed him to live through such threats and lead the way for the protestant church. I don't know if many of you have seen the movie "Luther" but I highly recommend it. It showed so clearly the direction of the catholic church at the time of Luther's life and how God used him to shine light on the truth of the gospel and bring people out of the problems of the Catholic church. Perhaps watching that movie might be your choice tonight (after "The Great Pumpkin"?). Happy Reformation Day!! May God continue to use us, His people, to proclaim the truth of His gospel to those who haven't heard or have been confused by other belief systems.