SurgeFAITHFUL OCTOBER 2022

SurgeFAITHFUL OCTOBER 2022

Day 5- Faithfulness Hacks

Bible Reading– 1 Timothy 4 I’m sure there’s that thing that you were always doing, but not as efficiently, until someone gave you a few ‘hacks’ or ‘tips’ that changed your life. Maybe as simple as not knowing that you could send voice notes on WhatsApp without having to hold the record button all through- just slide the record button up instead of holding on to it. (wait! finish reading this before rushing to try it out). Those hacks sometimes…

Day 4- Bank On Him

Bible Reading: 2 Timothy 2:11-13, 2 Cor 2:17-24 Picture this: Jesus on earth, and you’re both chilling. His birthday is coming up in two months. You and a friend had been planning a surprise for Him. You began to think about how you both would get all His childhood friends from Galilee to turn up. Those ones He used to make wooden toys with. Maybe you can get– In that moment of planning, Jesus who is sitting across you, His…

Day 3- The Temples: Faithful with your Body

Bible reading:  Romans 12 What comes to your mind when you hear the word, ‘temple’? Does it sound like an archaic word? One that is no longer in vogue? I doubt if you have heard anyone say, “I am going to the temple” in months or even years. We use phrases such as ‘church’, ‘house of God’ and ‘assembly’ nowadays. Some of us even use the word “home” for our local churches. I find it quite interesting that we are…

Day 2- Our Vocation

Bible Reading: Genesis 2:1-25, II Timothy 2:3-7 Children are amazing and funny at times. When you are doing a chore or trying to get something done in the house you find this child around you who wants to do what you are doing, carry what you are carrying help with the dishes or cook with so much enthusiasm or begging and crying for you to let them work. A few years down the line and they are a little grown,…

Day 1 – Nemo Dat

Bible Reading: 2 Timothy 2:14-26 I have had an eye for lawyers and law students because of how they randomly throw Latin maxims into conversations- I feel it’s their way of showing off. The fun thing about legal expressions is that they are not just useful in the courtroom but can be practical in everyday life. A common legal maxim that is often used is ‘nemo dat quod non habet’ which simply means that “you cannot give what you do…