What is your new reality in Christ? We have been chosen, set apart, sprinkled with God’s blood as strangers in a foreign land. This reality causes us to live differently because we know our inheritance awaits us in heaven.
Jesus’ ministry exemplified leadership through servitude. By taking up our cross and forfeiting worldly desires, Christ calls us to use our power and influence to serve others.
God’s compassionate and comforting character is the ultimate reminder that he is also a mother to us, his children. So, as we celebrate Mother’s Day, let us rejoice in God’s love for us.
The parable of the prodigal son reminds us of, the different journeys in life to self-awareness. Whether we identify with the father, the prodigal son, or the jealous brother, we ought to be honest with ourselves and take responsibility for our shortcomings, to have a spiritual breakthrough.
The empty tomb is a constant reminder that Jesus indeed rose from the dead. As Christians, his resurrection is responsible for the faith we have in God and reassures us of the hope we have in eternal life.
The exodus of the Israelites from Egypt after the 10 plagues is a strong reminder that God is in control. In moments of fear, let us be still and hold on to faith, remembering that the God that will rescue us.
More than a holiday celebration, Easter is a victory. From the curse of sin that is lifted, to the power unleashed within us, to the living hope we now have in Christ, Jesus’s death and resurrection changed everything.
Becoming Perfect is an ongoing process of becoming more and more like Christ despite our failures and shortcomings. Through our ongoing love for God and love for each other, we strive to attain full maturity and perfection in Christ.
What is our attitude in the face of adversity? God commands us to trust him. To have faith yet, be realistic in our confrontation of adversity. As a community of believers, we are not only stronger with God, but stronger when we rely on each other .
Often times we get caught in the act of worship, rather than the object of our worship, which is God. As Christians in troubling times, we should make sure to give freely what God has freely given us, encouragement to our neighbours, sharing our resources and helping those in need.