Even when we are facing the consequences of our own poor judgement, we can be sure that God is ready to lift up our heads to face the day.
Psalm 2 is an introduction for how to pray not for ourselves as individuals, but with a broader view; for those in authority to have wisdom.
God has given us everything we need in order to know him better and apply that knowledge in our everyday lives – his word and his Spirit.
Who do we need to thank for getting to where we are now? Who do we need around us to enable us to continue to run the Christian race well?
Christmas reminds us that we seek an ongoing, unconditional love. It’s also the time when we remember that such love has already been given to us, and we can demonstrate this love to others.
In a society looking for happiness in all sorts of ways, how do we experience real joy that lasts through any and every situation we might face?
As Christians we are called to have hope in the faithfulness of God, and to be people who bring hope into the lives of others. That’s the message of advent.
The parable of the lost sheep shows such extravagant inefficiency, and highlights the lengths God will go to search for those who find themselves separated from him.
We want to be a church who pays careful attention to one another, so that we can help each other grow as disciples.
God is still speaking, but are we listening? We want to be a church that is alert to the Spirit’s leading through the gift of prophecy.
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