Contributed on Dec 28, 2015
What better time than Christmas to rejoice and proclaim what God has done? The shepherds saw and went ... so what are you and I waiting for? Can't we tell others what we've seen as well?
Contributed on Dec 9, 2015
Mary was invited to trust … will we trust God? Will we invite others to trust Him because of what we have received? Or, will we invite others to(at a minimum) experience what we’ve seen and heard?
Contributed on Dec 14, 2015
What Joseph received from God was no different than what we receive as well. He was invited to accept what God was doing and not to push against it. What God invites us to do is the same thing: To accept what He has to offer!
Contributed on Dec 21, 2015
God works through us IF we live for Him ... there really is a cause and effect here. We must declare His glory to everyone we come across, no matter what and if we really want others to see Christ this season - we will invite them openly and honestly.
Contributed on Jan 4, 2016
When you invite others to experience Jesus, we demonstrate our submission to Christ. How? Because when we invite others by telling them what Christ has done for us, we demonstrate to them Who it is that has changed our life.
Contributed on Jan 13, 2016
Inviting others means that we must be willing to tell them the truth. If we aren't willing to tell them about Jesus, how can we ever invite them to experience all that He has for them?
Contributed on Jan 19, 2016
Will we submit to Christ and find rest in what He offers? Or, will we try to know Christ … yet still want to be Lord of our lives?