1 Corinthians 13: 4-7 provides us with a wonderful reminder of the Holy Spirit, and the importance and true nature of LOVE.
'Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always opes, always perseveres.'
Following Pentecost, it is an ideal time to give thanks for the wonderful gift of the Holy Spirit, who is with us every day for all time.
It can be hard to keep going in the current circumstances. This verse from #Galatians 6 gives us encouragement to do so.
With so much uncertainty and, in many cases, fear surrounding the continuing impact of Coronavirus, this verse from Joshua 1 offers welcome assurance of the presence of God in every situation.
During this period of lockdown and isolation, it can be uplifting to enjoy the signs of spring and receive the Lord's promise of fruitfulness, given to us in Psalm 1.
Leading up to Easter, today's verse from John 14:27 is for all those who may draw comfort from it.
February and March have been difficult months for so many people. Not just from the damaging storms, gales and floods that have swept across the country, but also ongoing fears of the potential spread of coronavirus.
It is at times like these that God’s promise, simply expressed in this verse from Isaiah, is available to everyone in need of reassurance, comfort and hope.
Lent is an ideal time to reflect and grow closer to God.
This meaningful verse, from 1Peter 5, provides us with a simple and valuable message, set against the humble snowdrop.
Today's verse from Psalm 32 provides us with reassurance, through days of uncertainty, of God's promise of protection and guidance.
Proverbs 4: 11-12 offers encouragement when, from our limited perspective, our journey may seem confusing, with puzzling twists and turns. It reminds us that from God's limitless big picture, he is leading us along straight paths.
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