with a passion to worship God,
who care for one another
and bring God’s love into a broken world”
When an unbeliever, a friend, or someone close to you listens to you when you pray, what conclusions would they make about God? This morning Frank Tsiwah took us through the topic of prayer based on the two words "Our Father" from the Lord's Prayer Matthew 6:9-15.
What does your prayer life look like? What language should you use when praying? How can we follow Jesus' example in how He prayed and lived UP to God? We looked at these and others questions on the topic of prayer as Maurits continued his series 'Going Deeper' on the practice of Spiritual Disciplines.
Today I pick up my series on ‘Going Deeper’. It’s a series about the practice of the Spiritual Disciplines, like solitude, silence, fasting, Scripture, giving, fellowship and so on. They are practices that helps you to pursue the presence of God and enjoy more full the spiritual life in God’s kingdom. The spiritual disciplines all involve bodily action and today I am going to look at a couple of passages from the Bible that describes how your body can be used in order to ‘go deeper’ with God.
We continue our series Going Deeper on the practice of Spiritual Disciplines. We look at it from the perspective of two different types of persons - the first is ‘the religious and manipulative person’ and the other is ‘the spiritual and worshipping person’. How do you experience the presence of God in your everyday life? What challenges do you face? How can you encourage a fellow follower of Jesus in this? How can the Spiritual Disciplines help you in your everyday life with God?
Today Maurits kicked off a new series called Going Deeper about the practice of spiritual disciplines. As a Christian you are 'married' even when you are single? How do you keep that relationship with God aliving and thriving? How do you survive a season of spiritual dryness? Today we lay a foundation on how you can develop activities that will help you to enjoy more fully the act of love of God & to remain in that constant fellowship and relationship with God.