"Summer in the Psalms" 2020 Devotional
"WHO I AM IN CHRIST"
In Christ, there are countless things he says "we are." Grab this list of statements and download this resource to encourage and remind you of your identity in Christ.
WE ARE SENT PEOPLE
“As the Father has sent me, I am sending you.” – Jesus
1 We are sent together in peace and with power. Am I embracing the truth that I am sent by Jesus in my everyday life?
2 – We don’t have the weight of the world, we have the opportunity of our sphere. Who are the people in your sphere of influence right now that you want to meet Jesus?
3 – Followers of Jesus have many stories of Jesus’ work in their life, not just a salvation story. What has Jesus been up to in your life in the last month?
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THE HELPER DEVOTIONALS
How do we follow Jesus? How can we experience the resurrection of Jesus not just as an event, but as a reality in our lives? Jesus gave us the helper, the Holy Spirit, to guide us and strengthen us as we follow Him.These four devotional readings will help you as you learn to live with the gift of the Holy Spirit.DOWNLOAD
50-DAY BIBLE READING PLAN
Bible engagement is essential for every follower of Jesus.Here is a simple tool to help you get started!GET THE PLAN
A FORGIVENESS PRAYER
Lord Jesus, I choose to forgive _______________________ (name of person)
for what he or she did, or failed to do because it made me feel
(share the painful feelings)
After you have forgiven every person, pray as follows:
Lord Jesus, I choose not to hold on to my resentment. I relinquish my right to seek revenge and ask you to heal my damaged emotions. Thank you for setting me free from the bondage of bitterness. I now ask you to bless those who have hurt me.
In Jesus’ name I pray,
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