Romans 12:1,2 – As a result of living out God’s word through daily gratitude, daily dying, daily fighting, and daily transformation, we become familiar with God’s voice. Knowing His voice leads to recognition of His will.
Proverbs 16:1-9 – Avoiding pitfalls that lead to poor decisions. Examine your motives, seek Godly wisdom, evaluate the Kingdom impact, and trust the Lord.
Matthew 6:7-8, 31-32 God knows all, and His timing is always perfect. When we are consumed with worry or anxiety, it’s an indication of our lack of faith in what we know to be true about God. Additional verses: Psalm 55:22, 1 Peter 5:7, Philippians 4:6, Matthew 6:25.
Luke 19:11-27 – God, through His Spirit, has given us everything we need to fulfill His commands for us. Be faithful to live for Christ, using the gifts given us, until His return. There is great joy in being faithful!
Matthew 10:34-39 – What was Jesus talking about when He said, “I did not come to bring peace, but a sword?” Why did Jesus come? Matthew 5:17; 20:28 Luke 5:32 John 5:43; 6:38; 10:10; 12:27
John 4:1-26 (Note: a beginning portion of the scripture reading is not recorded.) Jesus’ search for true worshippers led him to a woman of Samaria.
Luke 16:1-13 – A parable of contrast and “How Much More”. As Christians, we are to have even more passion and drive to build God’s Kingdom than worldly people have for their world passions and desires.
James 4:4-6 – God will pursue you with fervor and grace to restore you when you’ve gone astray.
Romans 8:26-27 – The role of the Holy Spirit in our prayer life.
Mark 9:14-29 – Prayer is vital for us to be able to fulfill God’s purposes.