Re-surrender for fresh transformation! – May we allow our Heavenly Father to make us new – purifying our hearts so that we reflect and glorify Him in all we do. May we be obedient in giving of our ‘little’, knowing that He can multiply it for His Kingdom purposes! May we sacrifice the things in our lives that are holding us back from serving God whole-heartedly. And may we be reminded that as we spend time in our Lord’s presence, He fills us with eternal hope, and equips us to share His LOVE, PEACE and TRUTH with the world around us. (Romans 12:1)
Hope, patience and prayer… – Let’s trade our worried and anxious thoughts for God’s perfect peace, as we put our HOPE in Him today! Let us not grow weary or impatient during our waiting seasons, but rather immerse ourselves in God’s Word – our source of hope and truth. May we give thanks in all circumstances. May we stand steadfast – praying bold prayers that impact and revive those around us! (Romans 12:12)
In the light of His peace, glory and grace! – My prayer for us today is: May we long to live purposeful lives that are fully committed to loving God. May we be grateful for God’s perfect peace that surpasses all understanding. May we remain anchored in God’s Word, faithfully trusting in His promises and obediently stepping into the places He calls us to! May we rejoice in knowing that our lives are built on a rock-solid foundation – Jesus Christ our Lord! (Philippians 4:4-9)
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)
To You be the glory and power forever… - Leslie Bennett so profoundly stated during our January Webinar that: “Prayer is a process of turning from being overwhelmed by our problems and underwhelmed by Christ… to turning to being overwhelmed by Christ and underwhelmed by our problems”. In layman’s terms – keeping our prayers – our eyes and focus on Jesus!