Friday, November 20, 2015

Is 42:1-7  This is one of many passages in Isaiah that point to the Lord Jesus Christ.  Read it again and this time envision Christ serving you in whichever of these needs are yours.  This is a Wekivaword.

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Mark 8:31 – What must it have been like, to hear the eternal plan of salvation from God’s only Son?  The disciples heard it from Him; we know it from the reports in the Gospels.  Their advantage was that they saw His face and heard the tone of His voice.  Our advantage is that we know the rest of the story.  This is a Wekivaword.

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Colossians 1:11-14  This is one of the clearest verses about being strong—so if you are feeling a bit puny today, read it again and let it build you up, in confidence and courage. This is a Wekivaword.

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

I Timothy 2:1 – The guidance for our prayers in this verse will probably cause us to expand the list of those for whom we pray, beyond the people we know and love, to include people we do not know, who need God’s love.  May your prayers be this expansive, today.  This is a Wekivaword.

Friday, November 13, 2015

I Peter 5:10 – So, look for that restoration that is surely coming to you, as this verse promises.  Do not get discouraged.  Do you trust in God? Then look and live like you do! This is a Wekivaword.

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Is. 1:18-20 God promises us blessings along with freedom from sin. Today, accept what God is promising, and live your life in the best way possible. This is a Wekivaword.

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

2 Samuel 22:19-22.  David’s song of praise can be yours as well.  Let the Lord be your support today.  As He rescues you, He shall bring you out into a spacious place.  This is a Wekivaword.

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Exodus 1:1-14.  The story of God’s people has its ups and downs, to be sure.  If today is one in which you are filled with joy, give God the praise.  If you are dealing with difficulties not of your own making, remain faithful and trust God to bring about something good.  This is a Wekivaword.

Sunday, November 8, 2015

Come to the Alternative Gift Market - Today - Before or after worship!

Jeremiah 8:4 – Jeremiah is good with these rhetorical questions.  Of course those who fall get up again! And of course those who go astray turn back!  Today ask yourself, “So, how am I doing, with these things?”  This is a Wekivaword.

Friday, November 6, 2015

Genesis 40: 12-15. You may have a message for someone else that will improve their situation in life tremendously.  Today may be the day to share it, so that they can thrive as God intends.  Remember that you may find yourself in a difficult place, not because of something you did, but so you can help someone who is there.  This is a Wekivaword.

Thursday, November 5, 2015

Psalm 119:165 – Peace… Who doesn’t want that?  Here is the secret of having peace in your life.  And of surefootedness, as well.  This is a Wekivaword.

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Exodus 29:1-9. The priesthood of the Old Testament provided a connection between God and God’s people. Since the time of Jesus, we are part of the priesthood of all believers. Believe yourself to be set apart to serve others in Jesus’ name, and to serve the Lord by interceding for others. This is a Wekivaword.