Wednesday Evening Service
Everyone is interested in something when it’s new. There’s a Bible way to keep things fresh. When going through hard times, remember that they don’t last forever. Jeremiah had hope when looking back at his troubles, because they were proof that God’s mercies were renewed.
We need to keep our prayer life new every morning. Consider what prayer really is: we speak directly to God. We never know what God is going to reveal to us each day.
We need to keep our Bible reading new every morning. Even after we’ve read it all, there is always more to learn. The Bible is a living book, and we can learn something new from the same scriptures we’ve read before. It was written by Someone who loves us.
We need to keep our visitation new every morning. Keep inviting people; sooner or later they may come.
We need to keep our hearts tender toward giving by seeing it new every morning. We cannot afford not to give to God’s work.
We need to keep our soul winning fresh by seeing it new every morning. Sharing the faith, in person, is part of the Christian life.
We need to keep serving God by seeing it new every morning. Don’t allow your service to become mundane.
We need to keep our Sunday School classes important by seeing them new every morning. Jesus didn’t wait until the last minute to prepare His instructions for us; we should not wait until the last minute to prepare to teach our classes. Those who deserve love the least need it the most.
We need to keep our marriages young and happy by seeing them new every morning. Don’t have carry-overs from the day before. Let bed-time be burial time; all conflicts should be ended before sleeping. Every day is an opportunity. It takes a bigger person to be selfless than to get what they want.