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.
Psalm 146:8. The Lord upholds the weary and opens the eyes of the blind.
Luke 18:35-19:10. What does it mean to receive Jesus?
Daniel 4:35. God is sovereign over all things. This should both humble us and lead us to worship.
Luke 18:15-34. Those who seek eternal life must confess their sin and come to the Saviour.
Ezra 9:6. God’s word not only calls us to humble repentance, but it also shows us how.
Luke 18:1-14. In these two parables, Jesus shows us two ways we relate to God.
Zechariah 9:14. The Lord himself will descend as deliverer and judge. For believers, this is a great cause for joy.
Luke 17:20-37. The kingdom of God is coming; and is already here.
Psalm 106:13. Israel was quick to forget God’s wonders and impatient to trust in his will.
Luke 17:1-19. Saving faith bears the fruits of compassion, humility and gratitude for God’s grace.
Malachi 4:2-4. Salvation awaits the righteous, but the wicked will face judgement.
Luke 16:14-31. How do we respond when Jesus rebukes our sin?
Luke 16:1-13. Jesus teaches his disciples to store up treasures in heaven through faithful stewardship of worldly possessions.
1 Chronicles 29:14-16. All we have comes from the gracious hand of God.
Ezekiel 33:11. God calls wayward Israel back to Himself.
Luke 15. The Father pursues and joyfully receives the lost.