Privilege of calling God Father
As we call God Father, as we experience again and again how much God loves us, the work of God’s healing will progress. As we call God Father, love him and love people he loves, we will mature little by little and start living for righteousness. We do it together, because he is our Father. “Experiencing the Life, Changing Lives.” We can call God Father, how blessed we are!
For LifeNet groups and personal reflection:
1) In Mark 1, how is Jesus’ human side described? What kind of relationship can man have with God?
2) On the cross Jesus cried out in a loud voice, "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?" (Matt 27:46). What does it mean to you?
3) As you can call God Father, what kind of time would you like to have with him? Describe as specific as possible.
4) If you are a parent, is there anything you want to change in your life as a model of integrity of faith and work/daily living? What will you do? How will you start?
NLIF is an international church in Yangon. Come and join our English Sunday worship service.
We are an evangelical congregation emphasizing Bible centered and Spirit-empowered living. We hope to be a blessing to you.