Some feedback from our people...
The daily midday call to prayer has been a popular addition to our daily life. We are getting some feedback from people that we will try to publish on a regular basis. Here is a sample offering
Morning all how great is this morning!
We are hearing a lot of words like come out, bounce back, recovery, what's the new normal, covid 19
has changed the way we function, look at, work around, shopping, cleaning, education, gatherings
and the list could go on. But the great news is we are loved the same way by God
NOTHING IN HIM has changed Hebrews 13:8
Christ's unchanging nature!!
Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever! Do not be carried away by all kinds of strange teachings, for it is good for the heart to be strengthened by grace!!!
He will not be snapping back to a new normal HE IS OUR NORMAL! God Bless your week.
Phil Ison has suggested we read Psalm 103: 1-5
1.Praise the Lord, my soul; all my inmost being praise His holy name
2.Praise the Lord, my soul; and forget not all His benefits -
3.Who forgives all your sins, and heals all your diseases
4.Who redeems your life from the pit and crowns you with love and compassion,
5.Who satisfies your desires with good things, so that your youth is renewed like the eagle's
The Lord showed me a picture of a turntable and Jesus was in the center of it, He was drawing me from where l was to step onto the turntable and from there He lead me to a new place to step off from.
It looks a different path that i'm now on but He is the same as always. Always return to where He is central and move from there.
He leads us in paths of righteousness for His names sake
From Charlene following Tuesdays call to prayer.
I love that word 'pluck'. We used to use that in 'pluck up your courage'. Another one was 'have a bit of pluck'
And so today the message for me is this. I need to pluck up more courage to plant the seed of Jesus Christ into ears that are hungry for something to hang on to in their times of trouble. If I sow I know that the Lord will grow into these new hearts so that more brothers and sisters will be able and confident to pluck up their courage and have the most nourishing of all harvests they will ever need.