Romans 12: 1
‘Offering our bodies as a living sacrifice’
|Hebrews 11: 6
6 And without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to him must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who earnestly seek him.
|Revelation 21: 1||1 John: 1: 1
That which was from the beginning, which we have heard, which we have seen with our eyes, which we have looked upon, and our hands have handled, of the Word of life;
|1 Peter 1: 2||Luke 12: 7||Mark 2: 1, Jesus heals the paralyzed man|
|Prayer Concerns||Praying for safe journey mercies as I travel to Chicago.
|Praying for healing for the sick.||Pray for peace internationally||Praying knowledge among learners||Praying for consolation for the bereaved||Praying for job opportunity.
Praying for providence
|Praise and Thanks||
Thanking God for good health.
|Giving praises for constant provision||Thanks for healing of my brother||Appreciation for his mercies||Thanking God for his love and care||Thanking God for safe journey mercies||Praises for His forgiving power in our lives.|
|Spiritual Disciplines (if used)||
Acknowledge healing power of God
|The need to rely on God’s providence|
|Notes from class||There is need to present our lives as a living sacrifice, Holy and acceptable before God.
|It is impossible to please God without faith.||A new heaven and a new earth for the old heaven and earth had passed away.
The hour of judgment
|That which was in the beginning.||The chosen one according to the knowledge of God||Do not be afraid in all you do.||The healing power of Jesus|
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