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

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Community Living (23 May)

Everyone was amazed by the many miracles and wonders that the apostles worked. All the Lord’s followers often met together, and they shared everything they had. They would sell their property and possessions and give the money to whoever needed it...

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Travelling Together (22 May)

You are better off to have a friend than to be all alone, because then you will get more enjoyment out of what you earn. If you fall, your friend can help you up. But if you fall without having a friend nearby, you are really in trouble. If you sle...

Better Together (21 May)

Introduction From the beginning of the Bible where God creates a partner for Adam, to the nation of Israel, to Paul’s letters to churches and communities in the New Testament and finally to Revelation where we glimpse eternity together as God’s ...

Welcoming Christ (20 May)

This is what you must write to the angel of the church in Laodicea: I am the one called Amen! I am the faithful and true witness and the source of God’s creation. Listen to what I say. I know everything you have done, and you are not cold or hot...

Communal Hospitality (19 May)

Come to Jesus Christ. He is the living stone that people have rejected, but which God has chosen and highly honoured. And now you are living stones that are being used to build a spiritual house. You are also a group of holy priests, and with the hel...

Neighbours (18 May)

But the man wanted to show that he knew what he was talking about. So he asked Jesus, “Who are my neighbours?” Jesus replied: As a man was going down from Jerusalem to Jericho, robbers attacked him and grabbed everything he had. They beat him ...

Unexpected Guests (17 May)

One hot summer afternoon Abraham was sitting by the entrance to his tent near the sacred trees of Mamre, when the LORD appeared to him. Abraham looked up and saw three men standing nearby. He quickly ran to meet them, bowed with his face to the grou...

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