In this morning’s meditation, we see that Paul is before the governor Felix. We learn that when we choose to do God’s will, we can have confidence because we know that ultimately we answer to God alone.
In this reading from 2 Timothy, we learn that Timothy is to expect resistance for preaching a gospel that goes against the grain of his society. He is also encouraged to remember the teaching he received from his mother, grandmother, and Paul as well.
In this episode, we look at Jesus in the garden and see the perfect example of obedience to the father. We also see ourselves in the disciples who failed to pray. Ultimately, may our prayer be the God’s will is done in our life and not our own!
In this episode we learn that we are called to discern between true and false teaching as the Spirit leads us both as individuals and as a church and as we evaluate our lives to see if they are becoming more loving!
In this episode, we examine the parable of the sower and learn that, not only should our hearts be good soil, but that we also should scatter seeds of the word everywhere, never knowing where something might sprung up!
In this reading, we see that some of Jesus’ disciples are having a hard time with Jesus teaching and begin to desert him. When Jesus asks the 12 if they want to leave to, they respond by saying, “Where else could we go?”
In today’s reading we see that a Centurion comes to Jesus in humility and trusting that his servant would be healed at Jesus’ command. We are challenged to learn to humble ourselves and trust Christ today!
In this episode, we hear Jesus being accused of casting our demons by the prince of demons. Jesus argues that a house divided against itself will not stand, and we learn that ultimately purity of heart is to Will one thing!
In this episode from Nehemiah 6, we realize that whenever we are seeking to do the things God has called us to do, that we may face opposition. Even though we may be tempted to despair and give up, maybe a better prayer to pray is “Lord, strengthen my hands!”
In this episode, we see that Jesus is more concerned about doing the work of God than even eating. We also learn that others have gone before us and that God is working around us, which means that harvest time is NOW!
In this reading from 1 Chronicles, we are ushered into a scene where the Ark of the Covenant is being brought to Jerusalem and David sings a psalm that remembers God's faithfulness and calls God's people to be faithful to the covenant that God established with their forefathers.