Deuteronomy 10: 17-19, 32: 3-4; Micah 6: 6-8; Luke 18: 9-14.
If we are to reflect God’s character in our lives, we need to treat everyone justly with mercy.
Genesis 1: 1-5, 26-31; Galatians 6: 7-10; Matthew 5: 13-16.
God is good and calls on us to live lifes that reflect Him to the world.
1 Corinthians 13: 1-8; 1 John 4: 7-12; Matthew 22: 34-40.
When we know God, we reflect Him by loving others with the same agape-love that He loves us.
Leviticus 11: 44-45, 19: 1-2, 20: 7-8, 26; Hebrews 10: 1-18.
We can only become holy as God is holy through the work of Jesus on the cross giving us the assurance of forgiveness and with the help of the Holy Spirit.
Philippians 2: 1-11.
We bring glory to God in valuing others by developing the same attitude of humility shown by Jesus.
Colossians 1: 15-23.
Paul explains the supremacy of Jesus to the Colossians to encourage them – and us – to live out this truth.
Hebrews 1: 1-14.
The writer encourages the Jewish new Christians – and us – by describing who Jesus is and how he is greater than the angels.
Matthew 2: 1-18.
Look with an air of expectancy; follow God as far as he wants us to go; worship Him and offer appropriate gifts; and trust God’s instructions.
Matthew 1: 1-17.
The list of Jesus’ ancestors demonstrates that God can use anyone to fulfil His purposes. All of us are valued.
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Luke 2: 1-20.
The contents of a Christmas cracker are used to remind us of the truth of the Christmas story.
John 1: 1-14.
Jesus is the light who overcomes the world’s darkness and shows the way back to God.