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.
Book of Acts tells the story of great miracles by the Holy Spirit. But this story doesn’t end. The book ends on an uncertainty as if prompting us to write our own story, a continuation of the story that first disciples began to tell.
Are we aware that our identity is not based on what we achieve, but what we have received from Christ who has set us free?
We can have an impact on our communities by the way we live our lives and unpack our burdens, knowing that there is a heaven that awaits us and it is well with our souls.
As God’s chosen people, we are promised an inheritance. No matter how hungry, tired or weak we get, we are reminded to hold on to our inheritance and not sell out our salvation.
In our world of feel good and sometimes shallow religion that leaves us ever thirsty, remembering Christ’s sacrifice is the only thing which quenches our thirst
Through the healing power of the gospel, God has blessed us with the authority to have global impact by sharing our faith across all nations
There is no situation too bad, nor tree(or sin) too high that can separate us from the good that God planned for work in our lives. By surrendering to God’s vision for our lives, we are guaranteed great things in his timing.
Beyond a shadow of a doubt, God has a mission for us to touch each other’s lives through impactful service