Many people, who never attend Church, claim to live by the teaching of the Sermon on the Mount. They don’t make time for worshipping God, but they tell us that the Beatitudes (Matthew 5:3-12) is their favourite Bible passage. This is because the Beatitudes contains the ideals by which they live their lives. Are we […]Read More Let us worship the Saviour and live for Him.
* “Sent on ahead of Him” (Luke 10:1). We are to prepare the way of the Lord. We are to be like John the Baptist. we are to point away from ourselves to Jesus. * “The harvest is plentiful, the labourers are few” (Luke 10:2). Will you be a labourer or a spectator? * Go, […]Read More We have been sent by the Lord.
“it is the total ministry of service, prayer, love and witness, throughout the year, which is used to bring new life to the parish” (Local Church Evangelism, edited by David Wright and Alastair Gray, p. 85). To be reminded of our calling to be faithful in service, prayer, love and witness is to be reminded […]Read More Service, Prayer, Love and Witness
In our belonging and serving, we rejoice in Christ, whose we are and whom we serve. He died that we might live. – He gives us eternal life: we belong to Him. – He calls us to live for Him: we serve Him in our life here-and-now. He is our Salvation. Let us live as […]Read More Christ is our Salvation. Let us live as His servants.
The call for humility – “For everyone who exalts himself will be humbled, and he who humbles himself will be exalted” (Luke 14:11). The call to go out to the people and bring them into the Lord’s House – “Go out to the roads and country lanes and make them come in, so that my […]Read More Be humble – and be bold!
As we look at God’s servants, doing the work of the Lord, we should also look at ourselves. We should ask ourselves, “Am I living as a servant of the Lord?” We should ask ourselves, “Do I pay Him lip-service or give Him life-service?” We look at their service. we learn about our service. Serving […]Read More Lip-service or life-service?