To be Christlike is to love others. This is made possible in our lives by the Holy Spirit. We will explore essential traits of the fruit of the Spirit, touch on the impediments to fruit bearing and discuss practical steps to enable us achieve the goal of Christlikeness.
We long for peace as the world struggles under the pandemic and its fall out. God is our only hope for lasting peace. As we commit our lives to Jesus, stay close to Him, become more like Him, we are assured of a peace that surpasses our understanding.
Topic: Christian Joy We will explore Joy, a fruit of the Spirit which dominates the letter to the Philippians. Joy is grounded in relationships, is fueled by prayer and accompanies our service to God. In the difficult times we face now, God continues to bless us with joy. It is God’s free gift to those who trust in Jesus.
Topic: “Love – The Cardinal Virtue” The pandemic gives us an opportunity to concentrate on what is most important to us. The Bible helps us here by expounding the need for love. We will examine this cardinal virtue through Paul’s words in 1 Corinthians 13.
In a world of competing demands it is hard to be focused on what should be paramount in our lives. King David spoke of the “one thing” he desired more than anything else. Both Jesus and Paul spoke of “one thing”. What are they trying to tell us? Come and find out!