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FRIDAY 15th JAN., 2016

TEXT: 1 Corinthians 1:9 “God is faithful, by whom you were called into the fellowship of His Son, Jesus Christ our Lord.”

Do you think being a Christian isn’t exciting? Check out these headlines. Moses in the desert discovered the burning bush that could not be extinguished. The Red Sea was divided into two and thousands walked through on dry land. A giant who threatened a nation killed by a teen with slingshot. Jewish girl saves her people from destruction. Three young rebels survive blazing furnace. Man brought back from the dead after four days. City walls mysteriously fall. Preacher swallowed by giant fish and lives to tell the tale. Prophet caught up to heaven in a fiery chariot. These aren’t from the tabloids; they’re from Scripture”. Adventure means ‘exciting and dangerous undertakings ‘. When you embark on the spiritual adventure Paul mentions, you can expect God to test your faith in ways you never imagined. The Bible talks about those ‘who through faith conquered kingdoms…shut the mouths of lions, quenched the fury of the flames, and escaped the edge of the sword; whose weakness was turned to strength’ (Heb 11:33-34 NIV). ‘Adventure, despite its requisite danger and wildness, is a deeply spiritual longing written in the soul of man so, Moses did not encounter the living God at the shopping centre. He found Him in the deserts of Sinai. Deep in a man’s heart are fundamental questions that cannot be answered at the kitchen table. It’s fear that keeps him at home where things are neat and orderly and under his control.‘ When God wants to do something wonderful through you, He has to get you from where you are to where He is. Beloved, are you ready to embark on a spiritual adventure with God? Take a leap in prayers by searching the heart of God concerning His need now; where and how to meet that need for Him. “Lord here I am, use me”


LK 11:37-54/GEN 18-19/PSALM 16

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