Daily email from the Vicar Number 57

It is Friday and the 2nd day of Thy Kingdom Come, and using the material that they suggest to help us in praying for others, especially our 5.
Reflection:
Love is lived out. Love is not just a declaration. It is commitment in action. That God feels love for us is absolutely amazing. It is humbling. He’s always seeking
to shape our lives by His love and he’s patient and kind with us.
One thing that God can really challenge us on is whether our Christian lives show something different which is worth living for. If there’s nothing that looks particularly
necessary or attractive about being a Christian, then what’s the point? 
We should go out of our way to try and demonstrate God to as many people as we can, not just in our prayers but in our actions and in our praise to Him. We should be loving people and full of God’s goodness, joy and grace. They may not call it ‘God’ at the time, but there’s something special about you which is your relationship with God. The fruit of
that relationship is a loving nature.

Prayer:
Loving God, thank You for the way You love us. 
Please help me by the power of Your Holy Spirit to love as You love, so that my five people may come to know You.
Amen.
 
Details of how to join Sunday’s service to follow, including special surprise guest….!
 
Until, tomorrow, may the Lord bless us all.
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