Thanksgiving in February

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It’s never too early or too late to celebrate! Be inspired to start your Thanksgiving list today and tackle the rest of 2017 with an attitude of gratitude.

Merriment

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Modern-day entertainment seems so far removed from the true merriment we find in Scripture that it often leaves our souls empty and drained. Maybe we should take note of some wise counsel from the Word to restore real joy in our hearts.

Community on a prayer-mission

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The theme and prayer topics of our Week of Prayer and Fasting from 15 to 22 January was foundational to our current focus Community on a mission. The Lord’s presence was very real throughout the week. What better way to start the year than by praying together and waiting on the Lord for His guidance. Time spent in prayer might be temporal, but has eternal value!

What are you building?

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How often have you felt challenged about your final appearance before God’s throne and the life you will present to Him? What are you building, and will it stand the test of time?

It’s just a season

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We need godly wisdom to make the most of every season in life, whether it’s preparing for the next or flourishing to the full where we’re at.

How did Jesus pray?

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Desire for independence separated man from God. Jesus, through prayer, modelled what He came to restore – the privilege to fellowship with the Father.

Courage and honour

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Courage and honour are highly esteemed qualities portrayed by many famous movie and Bible characters. Knowing our position in Christ and cultivating the fruit of the Spirit make us courageous followers who honour God.

Guilt – an underrated emotion

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Guilt was never intended to be a negative emotion. It’s meant to act as a soul receptor warning us when something is not right. It warns us to change our behaviour in order to stop the sensation of pain in the soul. We can all benefit from good old-fashioned Bible-based guilt.