Daily reflection

Take a few minutes to read and reflect on a Bible passage with our daily reflections, taken from our Lyfe resources.

Playing With Fire (Sunday 19 February)

On the day of Pentecost all the Lord’s followers were together in one place. Suddenly there was a noise from heaven like the sound of a mighty wind! It filled the house where they were meeting. Then they saw what looked like fiery tongues moving i...

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Spiritual Friendship (Saturday 18 February)

My friends, the blood of Jesus gives us courage to enter the most holy place by a new way that leads to life! And this way takes us through the curtain that is Christ himself. We have a great high priest who is in charge of God’s house. So let’s...

Praying En-Masse (Friday 17 February)

As soon as Solomon finished praying, fire came down from heaven and burned up the offerings. The LORD’s dazzling glory then filled the temple, and the priests could not go in. When the crowd of people saw the fire and the LORD’s glory, they kne...

Staying Strong (Thursday 16 February)

Jesus went out to the Mount of Olives, as he often did, and his disciples went with him. When they got there, he told them, “Pray that you won’t be tested.” Jesus walked on a little way before he knelt down and prayed, “Father, if you will, ...

The Glue That Holds Us Together (Wednesday 15 February)

Be sincere in your love for others. Hate everything that is evil and hold tight to everything that is good. Love each other as brothers and sisters and honour others more than you do yourself. Never give up. Eagerly follow the Holy Spirit and serve...

Many People, One Body (Tuesday 14 February)

The body of Christ has many different parts, just as any other body does. Some of us are Jews, and others are Gentiles. Some of us are slaves, and others are free. But God’s Spirit baptized each of us and made us part of the body of Christ. Now we ...

Praying with Others (Monday 13 February)

Most, if not all, Christians would affirm the importance of private prayer. It is the primary way we engage in relationship with our Father God; a central part of the spiritual life. But does praying with others get the same priority? How many of us ...

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