Proverbs 30:11-14. Four marks of ungodly character.
Luke 11:37-54. Jesus gives a scathing indictment of the pharisees and the teachers of the law.
Deuteronomy 30:12-14. God desires obedience to his word.
Luke 11:27-36. How should we respond to Jesus’ words and works?
Daniel 2:44. God promises to establish a lasting eternal kingdom.
Luke 11:14-26. Jesus triumphed over evil and that is great news for us.
Psalm 118:5 We see a troubled situation, a response, and a result. God delivers his people.
Luke 11:1-13. Jesus instructs his disciples how to pray. They are to look to God as a Father who is holy, a Father who rewards boldness, and a Father who is good.
Proverbs 24:11-12. Loving your neighbour in real life.
Luke 10:25-42. Jesus’ familiar teachings point us to important answers about eternal life. Know. Do. Listen.
Numbers 11:29. God glorifies himself by appointing messengers who are sent on his mission.
Luke 10:1-24. Jesus sends his followers to announce the good news of the kingdom of God.
Ecclesiastes 9:10. The teacher provides perspective for those in seemingly meaningless situations.
Luke 9:51-62. Jesus shows his disciples that following him as Saviour and Lord isn’t about us, but it’s definitely personal.
Psalm 27:13-14. David’s psalm expresses hope in the Lord, hope that is realised today.
Mark 16:1-8. The strange ending to Mark’s gospel points believers to timely truths.
Colossians 3:16-17. Paul’s instructions to the church at Colossae give believers today ample encouragement on how they are to sing as a part of God’s people.
Titus 3:12-15. Paul’s final comments to Titus and the Christians on Crete reemphasise his priority on right faith and right living.
Psalm 121. Look to the Lord for help.
Titus 3:9-11. Paul points to the opposite of right faith and right living: foolish arguments and divisive living.