When it comes to worshipping and serving God – give your very best in the Name of Jesus. Remembering that anything worth doing is worth doing well and also remembering that anything worth doing is worth doing badly.
They say that you value what you do, and do what you value. When we apply that to our own thoughts and feelings on evangelism, how are we doing? What is our motivation for living as Christ’s ambassadors?
2 Corinthians 5:11-21
Some drink to forget, we drink to remember. What a story of deliverance we have to celebrate!
Esther 8, Matthew 5.38-48
Our God is King, we honour Him by living obediently, humbly and prayerfully. Amazingly, He honours those who honour Him through Jesus Christ.
Esther 6 & 7
Wonderfully, as we pray ‘through Jesus Christ our Lord’, we discover that God, our awesome King, is totally approachable and generous.
Esther 4.1 – 5.8
The King of Heaven is in control and powerfully present even when He seems most absent.
Esther 2. 1-18
Now is the day of salvation. Jesus invites you, yes even you, to join Him for dinner. R.S.V.P.
Luke 14.1-6, 12-24
How are we to fight the battles that we inevitably face in life? Jesus gives us the answer in the last petition of the Lord’s prayer.
After learning to leave our practical needs in God’s care, along with the needs of the world, Jesus now teaches us to bring before him the matters of our hearts as well as he teaches us a lesson on forgiveness.
Instead of being anxious about them, Jesus invites us to pray every day for our every day needs, and the needs of the world, expecting that our faithful God will provide.
Praying ‘Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven’ is a risky, bold, audacious prayer – but it’s the only way to experience God’s best for us and for our world.
Why pray? For that matter, how do we pray? Join us as we look this month at Jesus’ teaching on prayer, which begins by offering a proper perspective that leads to a right response.