The people of God are called to be a community of blessing. When we bless others, we walk in the opposite spirit, aligning our hearts, minds and lives with God's Kingdom reality.
Through a call to expect God to speak to us in the everyday, Peter encourages us to still our hearts in the midst of life’s busyness so we can learn to discern His voice. The key is not in asking God to speak louder but in our becoming quieter.
In an age of unrelenting distraction, we are invited to the counter cultural posture of worship; where our time is recaptured, our vision for God’s kingdom is built and atmospheres are changed.
Why might you not be stepping into the everyday supernatural? You’re probably more qualified, ready and able than you think!
When God gives us vision, we are called to step in, in obedience, to Kingdom living. This life is a life of adventure where Heaven and Earth are united and funded by generosity.
Continuing the More than me: Every Day series, Peter encourages us to expect the Spirit to move in our lives, every day! Through Moses, the Book of John and a seemingly benign day doing the gutters; we’re encouraged to lift our eyes to expect to see His goodness, mercy and compassion.
While many have been touched by More of His Spirit during this series, there are many of us remaining in the wilderness, seemingly apart from God, His love and concern. Looking at Jesus’ baptism, His time in the wilderness as well as other “biblical heroes” and “human just like us”, Peter invites us to take ground in our homes and in our lives, actively combating the enemy’s desire to isolate us.
Sarah Hawkins explores what it looks like to be a vessel of the Holy Spirit: an evolving, Christ-like character (fruit of the Spirit) and being expectant for the power and boldness to reveal the Kingdom of God (gifts of the Spirit).
This week, Brittany reminds us that we have met and know Holy Spirit yet there is more we are seeking and more to discover as we ask to be filled once again and return to our first love of Jesus and encounter the affirming love of the Father.