Welcome to our service today. It is great to have you here and we would love to invite you to stay after the service and join us for tea and coffee.
At our Women’s Life Group we are studying the book of Daniel. What an amazing young man he was and powerfully used by God.
Although Daniel was young when he was deported he remained true to his faith. He was a man of prayer who also carried the gift of prophecy. He was not afraid and trusted in God implicitly – he survived the Lions Den!
What are some of the lessons we can learn from his life? Here are just a few: quiet convictions often earn long-term respect, don’t wait until you are in a tough situation to learn about prayer and God can use people wherever they are.
I read in one book that David ‘indulged’ in prayer. He was able to communicate with God because he made it a habit. He put into practice his convictions and his life proved he made the right choices. Do we hold so strongly to our faith in God that whatever happens we will do what God says? This is the conviction we need in order to live out our everyday lives, trusting God for the results.
With love & blessings,