Posts from May 2024

Posts from May 2024

PM Devotional 31 May 2024

Day 5: Living by the Spirit Scripture Reading: Galatians 5:16-17 – “But I say, walk by the Spirit, and you will not gratify the desires of the flesh.” Reflection: As we conclude our week of devotionals, focus tonight on what it means to live by the Spirit. Paul’s exhortation to the Galatians is a powerful directive to live a life that is in line with God’s will, rather than being led by our sinful nature. Reflect on these key points:…

AM Devotional 31 May 2024

Friday Devotional: Living Out Our Faith Scripture Reading: John 9:39-41 Reflection: In the concluding verses of John 9, Jesus speaks about the purpose of His coming—bringing sight to the blind and revealing the blindness of those who claim they can see. This statement challenges us to reflect on our own spiritual condition and the authenticity of our faith. Are we living in the light of Jesus’ truth, or are we clinging to our own notions of righteousness and understanding? This…

PM Devotional, 30 May 2024

Day 4: Christ, Our Eternal Deliverer Scripture Reading: John 8:36 – “So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.” Reflection: This evening, let’s contemplate the powerful and eternal deliverance offered by Jesus Christ. Unlike the judges of Israel who provided temporary relief from oppression, Jesus offers a complete and everlasting deliverance from the ultimate oppressors: sin and death. Reflect on these aspects: Total Deliverance: Christ’s deliverance is not partial or temporary. He addresses the root of…

Preparing for the Lord’s Supper

Preparatory Statement for the Lord’s Supper: Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, As we prepare to partake in the Lord’s Supper at our Morning Worship Service next Lord’s Day, June 1, 2024, let us reflect on the profound significance of this sacred ordinance. This sacrament was instituted by our Lord Jesus Christ on the night He was betrayed, and it is meant to be observed in His Church until the end of the world. It serves for the perpetual remembrance…

Morning sermon, 26 May 2024

Based on the sermon on John 9, here are a series of reflective questions that can guide personal contemplation or group discussion: 1. Causation and Response:• Reflect on a time when, like the neighbors of the blind man, you witnessed an unexpected change in someone. How did you respond? Were you more focused on understanding “how” it happened rather than its deeper meaning? 2. Perceptions of Jesus:• How do your initial perceptions of Jesus compare to those of the blind…