Join with us as Lead Pastor Stuart Starr continues our series, King David.
Join with Lead Pastor Stuart Starr and the NewLife Congregation as we continue to work through David's response to a heart turned away from God's.
How does seeing the gathering of God’s people as an expression of the temple of God change our attitude to what happens on Sunday and in our LifeGroups? What would change if we remembered this as we gather? We pray that God to give us new eyes to see what He is doing through His Son and by His Spirit.
Sin will always be revealed in our lives. What will we do so that each of us will endure until the day of Jesus’s coming?
David showed love and grace to Mephibosheth, Jesus showed love and grace to us when we were crippled by our sin. Will we show love and grace to the least in our society - living out our "Compassionate" value?
David had sought to make his mark by building God a house. God turned that on its head and said that He would establish David’s legacy. Understanding that it’s God who ultimately determines these things what might be a legacy that you’d like to leave behind for the Kingdom (God willing)?
David honoured God by putting Him at the centre of his life and nation. Will we choose to wroship our Lord with all our might? Join with Lead Pastor Stuart Starr and the NewLife congregation as we seek to place God at the centre of our lives.
Not everything that "falls inot our hand" is the Lord's will for us to do. Is there anything at the moment that you're pursuing that seems obviously from God that might need a second examination?
Pursuing God’s heart we may face trails of faith, jealous opposition, and need godly wisdom. Will we choose to act ‘King-ready’ when we face trials in this life?
Whatever Jesus might be perhaps He’s really most relevant to the ‘religious’ person in your house. Jesus said He was coming back - it’s been quite a while, does everyone really need to be ready?