Isaiah 54:10. In days of trial, we find hope in God’s great love and compassion for His people.
Ephesians 2:1-5. God saved us from death in sin to life with Christ.
Psalm 145:9-20. The psalmist reflects on God’s character and responds with praise.
Hebrews 6:17-18. God does not change, therefore his promises to us are assured and secure.
Psalm 102:25-28. Everything around us may change, yet God remains the same.
Philippians 2:6-11. Jesus is the humble king who descends from the highest place to give his life for sinners.
Isaiah 40:28-31. The eternal God gives strength to the weary. We must look to him this Christmas.
John 1:14, 18. God became flesh and dwelt among us. This should bring us to awe and worship.
Psalm 45:6. Jesus reigns as king over an eternal kingdom.
John 1:1-5, 9. Jesus is the eternal Word who comes as light to dispel our darkness.
Deuteronomy 14:22-29. We give much because we’ve been given much.
1 Corinthians 9; 2 Corinthians 8:1-9. God’s grace is demonstrated through the sacrificial generosity of his people.
Proverbs 28:22. Wealth is a great gift, but a deadly idol.
Matthew 6:19-21. Our approach to money indicates whether our hearts are set on earthly or heavenly treasures.
Malachi 1:6. We must honour God with all we’ve been given.
Matthew 25:14-30. We are stewards entrusted with much. How should this affect our use of money?
Deuteronomy 10:14. All things belong to God, yet he chose to set us apart for himself. How should we respond to this confession?
Psalm 24:1-2; Luke 16:10-13. All we have belongs to God and was given to us for his service.
Genesis 39:1-6. The call to stewardship is a gift from God.
Luke 19:11-27. Whilst we await the Lord’s return, he calls us to faithfully steward all we’ve been entrusted with.