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The words that I speak to you, they are Spirit, and they are life.John 6:63
The Lord’s Day, November 01, 2020
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The man who is not yet wholly dead to self, is soon tempted, and is overcome in small and trifling matters.
All parents have at heart beautiful memories of their little ones growing up... Sometimes we come across baby clothes for example, or a small pair of shoes. It lights our hearts with joy and gladness of how small our once babies were.. suddenly we turn to think how time flew and our children are babies are no longer.On the same line of thought, do we also think about how our children developed spiritually? How closer to God they are nowadays? They are not spiritual babies anymore... We need to pray for God to act His will on our children and our families today. A lot of signs are pointing to the end...our once babies and youths are no longer in church, Let us pray that we don't loose the ones we have in our midst…and persist in our petitition to God, to renew the spiritual flame of those that backslide.
KNOWING THE BIBLE
Those who belong to Christ Jesus have crucified the flesh with its passions and desires. Galatians 5:24
firstname.lastname@example.org | +36 79475618Pastors Joseph & Christine Agius
WOL Marriage Devotion
Many times we hear that a couple had serious issues because one finds out a secret the spouse was harboring. It is not always the case where the spouse was doing something wrong. However, the fact that the partner did not deliberately share an issue may raise serious concerns. Secrecy is an adversary of intimacy. In marriage, God designed transparency; it is expected to be the normal thing to do. If it was a troubling issue, the more one must share. Trust is the foundation of relationships, especially in marriage. Trust is a “structure builder,” and it is to be respected and honored. Trust requires honesty and transparency. Dave and
Ashley Willis write: “When God created the first married couple, they were naked, and that nakedness isn’t just a picture of physical intimacy; it’s a picture of total transparency in all aspects of the marriage. Dr. Chapman describes it this way: Nakedness vividly conveys the message, “I have nothing to hide from you.” If you desire total trust and transparency in all aspects of your relationship, confess your secrets and get vulnerable and “naked” in all aspects of your marriage. “And the man and his wife were both naked and were not ashamed.” GENESIS 2:25 (ESV) Question for reflection: In what ways am I not being completely honest, transparent, vulnerable and “naked” with my spouse?