• Lent Devotional

    2022 Lent Devotional – Day 28

    When Others Find Favour – Grace is in full supply! Forty days of spirituality leading up to the celebration of Easter! It is a time of preparation and an opportunity to go deeper with God. This means that it’s a time for personal reflection that prepares our hearts and minds for Good Friday and Easter

    2022 Lent Devotional – Day 27

    Perfect Joy in Suffering More than that, we rejoice in our sufferings, knowing that suffering produces endurance, and endurance produces character, and character produces hope, and hope does not put us to shame, because God’s love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us. (Romans 5: 3-5)

    2022 Lent Devotional – Day 26

    Life is Short (James 4:14) Remember, James 4:14 describes life as a vapour. This hot pot that was turned on a few minutes ago now has in it some boiling water. Can you see the steam rising into the air and vanishing? This is the analogy that James, under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit,

    2022 Lent Devotional – Day 25

    Life is Single (James 4:14) James 4:14 asks, what is your LIFE? The word “life” is in the singular case. In other words, you only have one life, just ONE! C.T. Studd was a missionary to China, India, and Africa back in the late 1800s. As a missionary, C. T. is remembered for “his courage

    2022 Lent Devotional – Day 24

    Our Life is Sacred! (James 4:14) Here in verse 14, James uses the pronoun, “your.” It is significant that he uses this word because it defines whose life he is talking about. James doesn’t use other pronouns like her, his, their, or even my. He uses the pronoun “your” because you are responsible for your

    2022 Lent Devotional – Day 23

    A MOUNTAIN-TOP, THEN A VALLEY One of the interesting experiences in our spiritual journey is when we have a mountain-top encounter with our Lord, only to descend into the valley of defeat and despondency straight after that. When Moses received the Ten Commandments up on Mt Sinai, he had a close encounter with God that