1 Corinthians 11:26 — Communion is a covenant meal, a powerful meal, and every time we take it we proclaim the finished work of the Cross over our lives. There is an invitation for us to freely come to the Lord’s Table. There is a place for us.
Psalm 27:1 — From time to time, we need to "restore the factory settings" of our lives. As followers of Christ, what should our default settings be? To find out, we need to refer to the designer's instructions — the Bible.
Luke 24:15;32 — Having a sense of God's guidance in our day to day lives is vital to our Christian walk. If you and I are not guided by God, then we will be guided by something else.
1 Peter 1:18 — Lytroo in Greek means “to deliver from evils of every kind, internal and external”. Our God is a redeeming God who not only provides (agorazo) for us but also delivers (lytroo) us.
1 Peter 1:17-21 — Agorazo in Greek means “to go to market for the purpose of redeeming”. Our God is an agorazo God who actively seeks, redeems and provides for us.
2 Chron 34:1-7;14-21 — As it was in Josiah’s life, for us there is no better time than now to choose whole-hearted devotion to the Lord.
John 21:1-19 — Failure does not have to disqualify us from being used by God. We serve a God of mercy and grace who willingly meets us where we are in order to bring restoration.
James 5:13-20 — Jesus regularly taught on prayer: He modelled prayer and He taught his followers to pray. In this final instalment of our Bold Living series, James shows us that the best place to go at all times and in all circumstances is prayer.
James 5:7-11 — To be patient is not to be passive, but to fully embrace and live in each and every season of life and to endure through both fruitful and fruitless times.