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?
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.
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
Beyond a shadow of a doubt, God has a mission for us to touch each other’s lives through impactful service
We are called to live intentionally knowing that, as Christ’s handiwork we are created to have an impact in our communities.
As we reflect on God’s majesty in the miracles he blessed us with in the year 2019, we look forward to the new decade of impact in our faith journey in Christ?
For those who follow Christ, Christmas is about celebrating the ultimate gift – the birth of our saviour. This season we give glory to God for the peace He blesses us with through the birth of his son. This peace is available to all.
Nothing is wasted with God. No matter what you have done or been through. God says «I AM NOT DONE WITH YOU». King David’s story and his deep desire to fall into the merciful hands of God.
Beyond the unlimited grace, mercy, and forgiveness that God promises, there is sometimes the false hope that occurs when we misunderstand these great gifts.
Grace is sometimes an elusive concept, but it is the salvation on which we solidify our Christian faith in the salvation that is Jesus Christ’s. This week’s message taught is that grace is unmerited and given to us “because of God’s great love for us”.