In our own homes – let us give thanks to God for His amazing grace.

Amazing grace Lord, we thank You for Your “amazing grace” – “I once was lost but now am found” (John Newton). We think about our life. Did we find our way back to You?  – No! You found us! You came looking for us – and You found us. We think about this, and we say, …

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God’s love for us inspires our love for Him – and our love for one another

"This is my prayer: that your love may abound more and more ... " (Philippians 1:9). How does our love abound? How does it overflow? It's not really about our love. It's about God's love - reaching out to us, going deep down into our hearts, and reaching out through us to others.

Step into the future with God (Psalms 18-24).

Psalms 18:1-24- The first three verses set the tone: Worship. What a great start to this Psalm. Our attention is directed away from ourselves to the Lord: ‘my strength...my rock, my fortress and my deliverer...my shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold’(1-2). The great testimony of verse 3 - ‘I call upon the …

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Our words will have power when we keep our eyes on the Lord.

In Job 22, Eliphaz charges in with harsh words of accusation - “Aren’t you really very wicked? Is there no end to your wrongdoing?” (Job 22:5). He persists with his probing, heartless questions - “Are you following the old path that wicked people have taken?” (Job 22:15). In general terms, the words of Eliphaz were …

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