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WRAPs2019-03-08T21:12:59+02:00

OUR RECENT WRAPs

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 192

Seek God first! - God is good, loving and faithful! Regardless of challenging or shifting situations in our lives, we can rest in the knowledge that God is always there. He is constant, He is full of grace and He hears us when we pray. May our first response in every situation be to seek Him. That is how our hearts get filled with the life-giving energy and wisdom of the Holy Spirit; so that our lives can overflow with HOPE, JOY, PEACE and LOVE. (Lamentations 3:22-26)

W@W WRAP – Week 191

Peace be still – It is well with my soul! - Here are a few questions I believe will help us grow in our faith-journey: 1) Are you filled with the Holy Spirit or ‘running on empty’ due to busyness, anxiety or fear? 2)Do you rely on your own abilities and limited knowledge, or do you allow the Holy Spirit to work wisdom, power and strength into your life to help you to see things from a heavenly perspective? 3) Are you living out your purpose and calling – obedient and aligned with God’s will and instructions for your life? 4) Are you using the gifts and talents God has given you to advance His Kingdom and glorify His name here on earth? 5) Do you know (spending enough time) and live according to God’s Word (the Bible) – can you recite at least one Bible verse? 6) Is your heart so filled with God’s Spirit, that His love, peace, hope, joy and life spring forth in all you think, feel and do, regardless of your current situation? 7) Do you act with wisdom, kindness and grace, because you have been forgiven of much; and you know that you are blessed and set apart to be a blessing to others? Let us give thanks today and declare: “Lord, It is well with our souls, because of Who You are!” (Psalm 146:1-2)

W@W WRAP – Week 190

A pure heart to shine God’s light… - Our hearts so easily grow hard, filled with darkness and hopelessness as we look at the world around us. But we serve the great I AM, the Creator of heaven and earth… the One who calls us to be light-bearers, confounding all darkness in this world… the One whose greatness, power, glory and majesty is beyond what we can fathom… the One who provides us with wisdom and strength… and the One who purifies our minds and restores our hearts by filling us afresh with light, love, peace, joy and hope. Let us stand in awe of Him! (Psalm 51:10-12)

W@W WRAP – Week 189

Praising God regardless… - Let us not react to current circumstances, but respond with worship and thanksgiving towards our Heavenly Father for His mercy, goodness, faithfulness, nearness, direction, provision, kindness, grace, unfailing love and blessings! May we reject the prevailing voices and opinions that are based only on external, visible realities; and instead go back to God’s Word (the Bible) as our foundation and only source of truth! And, may we pray like never before! (1 Thessalonians 5:16-18)

W@W WRAP – Week 188

Called to live victorious lives! - We often find ourselves feeling defeated by the circumstances around us. We may feel confused about our purpose, stressed out, isolated, lonely, desperate or even overwhelmed. BUT let’s remember that because of JESUS and the POWER and WISDOM we have received from the HOLY SPIRIT, we can live victorious lives – knowing that God is with us ALWAYS. Jesus is walking with us, gently leading and prompting us to surrender all to Him – so that His will can unfold through our lives! Let us live lives worthy of our CALLING – as we glorify and serve Him during this time. (Romans 8:28; Ephesians 4:1; Proverbs 3:5-6)

W@W WRAP – Week 187

God’s ways are higher and His perspective is eternal! - Our Heavenly Father is so much bigger than we could ever begin to think or imagine! Isn’t it amazing how He works and creates? He gives good seed to faithful sowers, so that we can produce a great harvest for His Kingdom. But in doing good, let us not grow weary, fearful or loose heart. Let us persevere in seeking His Kingdom and righteousness above all things. Let us lean in, trusting we will see things as God sees them; and let us be still and know that God is greater than any of our circumstances. His ways are higher than our thoughts and the plans He has for us are all good! (Isaiah 55:8-9)

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