Bible Book = ‘luke’
In Jesus God comes to us, so he can be with us, and we with him â€“ this is peace.
Jesus said, ‘Life does not consist in an abundance of possessions.’
Prayer is knitting our heart to Godâ€™s heart.
Jesus is not a visitor.Â Jesus is one of us.Â He doesnâ€™t visit us, he dwells with us.Â Jesus doesnâ€™t come and go, he came to stay.
God still works through the unexpected today - through surprise, and through wonder.
These are our general principles: follow (Jesus), fish (for people), feed (the hungry) and focus.
Are you willing to look beyond â€˜people like meâ€™ and befriend your neighbour, whoever they may be?
James puts it like this: do not merely listen to the word, and so deceive yourselves. Do what it says.
The gift of Godâ€™s own Son takes a lifetime to unwrap, but itâ€™s never too early to start.
Instead of repeating the Old Testamentâ€™s laws about tithing, Paul replaces the entire system with one word: generosity.