Stories, thoughts and reflections on the Bible from the WSFC Staff.
Oh, sure, I’ve got all the latest gadgets that keep reminding me of upcoming events, obligations, and to-dos. My laptop will post an alert. My phone will vibrate upcoming appointments. My Apple Watch will buzz on my wrist with calendar reminders.
We’ve come a long way from tying a string around our finger, haven’t we?
Even though we have amazing devices and tools that serve as reminders, we, as a human race, still tend to forgot.
Like the great hymn “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing” states, we are “prone to wander, Lord, I feel it,
prone to leave the God I love…” We all could use some reminders, especially when it comes to our spiritual life and relationship with Jesus.
So, here are a few reminders for the middle of February.
1. At the beginning of 2017 many people in our congregation committed themselves to the following 2017 Commitments:
• Living a life dedicated unto God’s Glory
• Reading God’s Word consistently
• Turning to Jesus in prayer and worship
• Keeping Jesus first in our prayer and dreams
• Giving generously and thankfully
• Serving wholeheartedly and sacrificially
• Helping others encounter Jesus
How are you doing with this? No guilt. Just a reminder!
2. In February many people in our congregation committed to 28 Days of Focus. It looks like this:
• Reading a chapter a day from the Book of Acts (28 chapters in Acts for 28 days in February)
• Choosing something significant to fast from throughout the month
• Praying through the following prayer points weekly:
and the continued spiritual transformation of our leaders.
Tuesday: that we would experience a growth in
discipleship within our congregation.
Wednesday: that many would make the decision to
receive Jesus as Savior and Lord.
Thursday: that our church would continue to be a
resource and blessing to our city and region.
Friday: that marriages and families would be
strengthened and protected.
Saturday: that people in our church would deepen
fellowship and support among one another.
Sunday: that we would increasingly immerse ourselves
in the Word, and the life of the Spirit.