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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, February 21, 2021
to our church & fellowship
The tin-man wanted a heart So from love he won’t depart All hearts must not be abused Rather put them to good use For God, David had a heart Faith from God he did not part Likewise keep your heart that warm Since again you have been born Now that Scarecrow got his brain Tin-man got his heart again His courage Lion restored Dorothy home, in good accord All four, changed to what they had They’re so happy and not sad Likewise rid of all your dross For us, Christ died, on the cross Romans 12:2; Proverbs 2:10; Mattew24:36- 44; Acts 13:22; John 3:3; Proverbs 25:4.
The Scarecrow wanted a brain So that knowledge he would gain Our renewal of the mind Avoid being left behind Then the Cowardly Lion Challenged us to see Zion Inheriting God’s blessing Our world so depressing It’s some courage he wanted As he lived so daunted But Christ is our Lion King Towards Him we must all swing As for the man made of tin Disapproving worldly sin Had compassion in his mind To Dorothy was quite kind
PRAYING FOR THE NEXT GENERATION  At a young age our children develop their skills of thinking. As a fact it is scientifically proven that these skills start to develop when they play. They start also to associate things related to others and people with people.  But what does this has to do with praying for our children? Have we ever asked what our children associate Christianity with? Did we ever questioned how they can associate their spiritual life with the world we live in? Do our children associate us parents with biblical figures?  Please join me to pray for our children, so as they grow and develop their way of thinking, they understand God's will in their life and associate with the right kind of people, relationships, friendships and so on.
No one argues that pride is idolatry. We never run out of ways to compare ourselves to others. Either we look down on others and applaud our more extraordinary abilities, attractiveness, status, intelligence, or wealth—or we look down on ourselves and envy others for being more capable, more attractive, more powerful, smarter, or more prosperous. Both are forms of idolatry. Paul recognized that such comparisons are emotionally and spiritually deadly. He even offered an antidote—seeing ourselves not as we measure up against others and not as others evaluate us but as God sees us. The Lord’s estimation of our worth is the only one that means anything. To Him, we matter more than we could ever imagine.
Outdo one another in showing honor  Romans 12:10
God never judges us according to worldly criteria. Our gender, appearance, social status, wealth, and even our level of intelligence and natural abilities are not of first importance to Him. He examines us according to entirely different criteria. That is, how much of Christ I allow to have in me!
WOL Devotion
info@wordoflifemalta.org | +36 79475618 Pastors Joseph & Christine Agius
WOL Marriage Devotion
The fortress that never falls! Most Christians believe what the Bible says about God and His attributes. They sing their songs and cry out their Amens! However, acting on what they say they believe is another story. Unfortunately, the mind of the flesh takes over the mind of the Spirit, and therefore, they become spiritually parallelized when they need to act in faith. But it does not have to be like this because God did not intend it that way. Christian marriage, in several ways, is made up of couples in the above category. However, Jesus has another way, His way, the victorious way. The background of this picture is an example. The fortress is St. Michael; it withstood some of the harshest attacks of the Muslim Ottomans. However, it was protected by husbands, wives, and children. Their efforts showed that by their commitment and hard work, the “fortress” they lived in protected them. In the same way, those who live in Jesus live in an unbreakable fortress; as the family works together, doing His work, it will stand against the enemy of their faith - satan the angry dragon. In Jesus, they will overcome their opposition. REFLECTION: Do you have assurance in your heart that if you are doing your best to do God’s will in your life and work together with your spouse to further His Kingdom, God will see you through your ordeals?
The LORD is my rock and my fortress and my deliverer, my God, my rock, in whom I take refuge, my shield, and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold and my refuge, my savior; you save me from violence. I call upon the LORD, who is worthy to be praised, and I am saved from my enemies.