Whatever your plans are right now, slow down. Take those plans to God! Give thought to your ways this week, and commit your plans to the Lord!
What does it mean to “be the church?” What does it mean to me to be a member of River Of Life? These are questions that I have pondered after hearing this sermon, and I invite you to read what God has put on my heart in response.
We all have achievements, talents and abilities, and a place of comfort and familiarity in life. However, those things often hinder us from being able to build the Kingdom! I invite you to humble yourself as you study this week, allowing the Holy Spirit to be your enabler, in order that you might act out of the power of the Spirit, rather than your own human, broken, imperfect “power.”
Unity is vital to the health of the Body of Christ, but we often confuse unity with uniformity. This can create disunity, and disunity is such a difficult issue to resolve within the Body of Christ!
Long-term investments are hard to make. Commitment is difficult two. Yet one is the other. God sets the precedent for long-term investment, as well as commitment, by continuing to be faithful to us each and every day! He desires for you to follow suit, as you invest and commit to the Kingdom of Heaven!
All of us are broken, even if we are too prideful to realize or admit it. How can something that is broken be used? How can something that has been previously broken be made useful to the Kingdom? As we study this week, we are going to answer that question!
There is an enigmatic connection between body and soul, and something as simple as feeding our neighbor can minister to both! But we must be sure of our walk with God, our motives, and our heart if we are going to reach our neighbors as effectively as possible.
Most of us has a neighbor or two. But not all of us know all our neighbors. The work that we do when we go to another country to share the Gospel is the work that God calls us to start right here at home! Be a good neighbor: “Love your neighbor as yourself.”