We’d love to have you worship and glorifying our Father God’s name with us. W@W WRAPs help us to apply Biblical principles to our daily lives. In case you missed any, we have some of our WRAPs below.

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W@W WRAP – Week 198

Steadfast in praying and determined in our faith… - May we remain confident of this: That we will see the goodness of our Lord here on earth. Because of His saving grace and great love towards us, we can boldly push through any circumstance. We don’t have to give up, or grow impatient in our waiting. Let’s rather take heart, and be strong, brave and courageous. Let’s hold on to our hope, because the One within us will never leave or disappoint us. He has already overcome the world, and there is nothing that can separate us from Him and His love for us! So, let us be steadfast in prayer, standing firm on our faith in Jesus; and by His strength, being a blessing to others here on earth. (Romans 8:37-39; Psalm 27:13-14; Daniel 10:18-19)

W@W WRAP – Week 197

Standing Strong… - As we face trials or tribulations, we can stand victorious, because of Jesus, our Lord and Saviour. We have a choice – to either allow the world to shake us, or to remain immovable in our trust in God. So, let us be determined, in all circumstances, to STOP, PAUSE and PRAY about everything. Let’s feed ourselves spiritually every day, to keep the enemy at bay and to enable us to be a shining light to the world around us. May we boldly declare: “We will not be shaken, because we stand immovable in our trust in God!” (Proverbs 18:10)

W@W WRAP – Week 196

Wisdom through the seasons of life… - Let’s pray for insight and understanding not only for our current challenges, but for our future seasons of life. I hope that we will trust God unconditionally – with uncontainable joy and perfect peace – as the King of our hearts. May the prayer of our hearts be for God to awaken a deep desire inside of us to gain Godly wisdom and discernment – to know good from evil and right from wrong. May our eyes be opened to see how to encourage others through wise words of hope and love, and through acts of kindness as we navigate through the seasons of our lives. (Ecclesiastes 3:1-8)

W@W WRAP – Week 195

Peace be with You! - I pray today that we will die to self and surrender the entirety of our lives to be transformed into the likeness of Jesus, so that we reflect God’s goodness and love everywhere we go. May our greatest desire be to know and love God more intimately. May we run after an authentic relationship with our Heavenly Father, and implant His Word and promises deeply in our hearts. And may we hold onto the truth that Jesus speaks over our lives and the peace that He gives to us – until the day of His return! (Philippians 4:8-9)

W@W WRAP – Week 194

Trust God and serve Him well! - May we be still in God’s presence and wait quietly and patiently for Him to “visit us”. May we be present in the here and now – trusting God and being content where He has placed us; and taking the next steps to serve Him well in all we do! May we not bow to the pressures of this world or the fears that threaten to cripple us. Let us hold on to truth and by faith, choose to surrender everything to our faithful, loving Heavenly Father. May we be bold and fearless in spreading the good news everywhere we go – not in our own strength, but relying on the Holy Spirit for wisdom and power! (1 Corinthians 2:1-5)

W@W WRAP – Week 193

In the light of His glory and grace… - Let’s take time today, to reflect on how our Heavenly Father, El Roi, sees us, cares for us and loves us. Let’s allow the light of His glory and grace to shine in and through us as we bow down and worship Him in prayer and thanksgiving for all He is, and for the blessings He bestows upon us. Let us fix our eyes on Jesus as we navigate through life. Let’s be faithful in our calling, so that our faith and the work of our hands will produce kingdom-fruit, all for His glory. And may we remain still and at peace in the knowledge that our God reigns forever! (Micah 6:8)

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