Time of Grace – Come to the Upper Room and Be Fed

Through the Lord’s Supper, God tells you personally that you are forgiven and loved because of what Jesus did for you. It’s a gift from God to show you how much he loves you.Luke 22:13-21

Source: Time of Grace – Come to the Upper Room and Be Fed

Advertisements

How can I beat temptations? – Everyday Answers – Joyce Meyer Ministries TV Podcast

Today, Joyce answers the question: How can I beat temptations?

Source: How can I beat temptations? – Everyday Answers – Joyce Meyer Ministries TV Podcast

Watch today’s message.

What Jesus Says About Priorities – Christian Crusaders

Jesus once said, “Do not lay up treasures on earth, where moth and rust consume and thieves break in and steal, but lay up treasures in heaven.” Is it wrong, then, to have a nice house or money in the bank? Join us this week as study the meaning of Jesus’ teaching in the next message of our “What Jesus Says” series: “About Priorities.”

Source: What Jesus Says About Priorities – Christian Crusaders

OPSEC – March 19, 2017 – WELS

Source: OPSEC – March 19, 2017 – WELS

God’s Perspective – March 19, 2017 – WELS

Source: God’s Perspective – March 19, 2017 – WELS

Through My Bible Yr 3 – March 19 – WELS

Bible reading Luke 10:25-42 (NIV84)

Source: Through My Bible Yr 3 – March 19 – WELS

Creator: Elohim – FaithGateway

Read a heartfelt reminder from children’s book author Diane Stortz that God, our Creator, has loved us since before our birth and will continue to forever.

You always matter to God. You always have and you always will. – from I Am Devotional

Source: Creator: Elohim – FaithGateway

Time of Grace – God and my fears

Source: Time of Grace – Blog – Post

The Lutheran Hour  : “A Well That Runs Deep Because You Need It”

Real help comes to us from the outside. In Christ, new beginnings and greater endings are still possible.

Source: The Lutheran Hour :: Lutheran Hour Ministries

A Small Fire | Our Daily Bread

It was a Sunday night in September and most people were sleeping when a small fire broke out in Thomas Farriner’s bakery on Pudding Lane. Soon the flames spread from house to house and London was engulfed in the Great Fire of 1666. Over 70,000 people were left homeless by the blaze that leveled four-fifths of the city. So much…

Source: A Small Fire | Our Daily Bread