Monthly Archives: May 2020

Busy or Abiding? (May 26)

You were created to live a “fruitful” life. We all want that: to make a difference; to accomplish something important; to leave this life with a legacy of significance. But how do we get there? How do we live the “fruitful life”? How do we “bear much fruit”? Continue reading

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Make Your Home in Me (May 25)

Abide in his presence through prayer, abide in his word through obedience and you will find intimacy with God and the joy of his presence. Continue reading

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David Danced (May 24)

Worship is a time for celebration. It is a time for us to break out the instruments and sing with all our might. It is not a time for half-hearted singing or mumbling words. It is a time for us to enter in with all of our heart, soul, mind and strength. Continue reading

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The Humble King (May 23)

The way of greatness in the kingdom is found in the towel. It is the way of the King who humbles himself to meet the needs of the servant. It is an example he intended for us to follow. Continue reading

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Out of the Shadows (May 22)

God will honor the children of the light–those who come out of the shadows and live wholeheartedly for Christ. Continue reading

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Extravagant Worship (May 21)

Mary goes a step further. She enters into extravagant worship. Continue reading

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Sometimes God Waits (May 20)

May 20 Sometimes God Waits Today’s Scripture Readings: Psalm 71:9-14 | 1 Samuel 26:1-28:25 | John 11:1-53 | Proverbs 15:22-23 Today’s Scripture Focus:  John 11:1-53 “Now Jesus loved Martha and her sister and Lazarus. So, when he heard that Lazarus … Continue reading

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