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.
As we have been praying for the ‘prodigals’, let us not give up on pressing in with prayer for these ones as we see God moving in small and in some, bigger ways in their lives. We must continue to believe and have faith that God can turn their hearts back to Him, no matter how far they have strayed because our God can do that.
King David did so many things wrong. He committed adultery and murder. He lied and made terrible errors in judgement but still God said of him that he was “a man after My own heart, who will do all My will”. Acts 13:22. Obviously, “the Lord looks at the heart”. 1 Samuel 16:7
It wasn’t that David never did anything wrong or never made a mistake. It was that he was quick to humble himself before God and repent. And because he had a teachable spirit, he learned from all of his mistakes and poor judgement, and he changed his ways. This shows that the love and grace of God are there for all of us, and for the prodigals – no matter what they have done – to bring redemption and restoration. So let’s continue to pray for repentant hearts and lives that will be transformed by the power of God.