Skip to content

uk  brazil2

Posts from the ‘Meditation’ Category

20
May

2018 Weekly Bible Reading Plan – Week 21

How can a person “prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God” (Romans 12.2)? When they apply themselves to understanding what it is and practising it daily. It is through the Word of God, that we are able to know God’s plan for our lives, understand His will and as we meditate and put it into practice, grow in our faith.

Read more »

13
May

2018 Weekly Bible Reading Plan – Week 20

How can a person “prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God” (Romans 12.2)? When they apply themselves to understanding what it is and practising it daily. It is through the Word of God, that we are able to know God’s plan for our lives, understand His will and as we meditate and put it into practice, grow in our faith.

Read more »

6
May

2018 Weekly Bible Reading Plan – Week 19

How can a person “prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God” (Romans 12.2)? When they apply themselves to understanding what it is and practising it daily. It is through the Word of God, that we are able to know God’s plan for our lives, understand His will and as we meditate and put it into practice, grow in our faith.

Read more »

29
Apr

2018 Weekly Bible Reading Plan – Week 18

How can a person “prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God” (Romans 12.2)? When they apply themselves to understanding what it is and practising it daily. It is through the Word of God, that we are able to know God’s plan for our lives, understand His will and as we meditate and put it into practice, grow in our faith.

Read more »

22
Apr

2018 Weekly Bible Reading Plan – Week 17

How can a person “prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God” (Romans 12.2)? When they apply themselves to understanding what it is and practising it daily. It is through the Word of God, that we are able to know God’s plan for our lives, understand His will and as we meditate and put it into practice, grow in our faith.

Read more »

15
Apr

2018 Weekly Bible Reading Plan – Week 16

How can a person “prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God” (Romans 12.2)? When they apply themselves to understanding what it is and practising it daily. It is through the Word of God, that we are able to know God’s plan for our lives, understand His will and as we meditate and put it into practice, grow in our faith.

Read more »

8
Apr

2018 Weekly Bible Reading Plan – Week 15

How can a person “prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God” (Romans 12.2)? When they apply themselves to understanding what it is and practising it daily. It is through the Word of God, that we are able to know God’s plan for our lives, understand His will and as we meditate and put it into practice, grow in our faith.

Read more »

1
Apr

2018 Weekly Bible Reading Plan – Week 14

How can a person “prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God” (Romans 12.2)? When they apply themselves to understanding what it is and practising it daily. It is through the Word of God, that we are able to know God’s plan for our lives, understand His will and as we meditate and put it into practice, grow in our faith.

Read more »

25
Mar

2018 Weekly Bible Reading Plan – Week 13

How can a person “prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God” (Romans 12.2)? When they apply themselves to understanding what it is and practising it daily. It is through the Word of God, that we are able to know God’s plan for our lives, understand His will and as we meditate and put it into practice, grow in our faith.

Read more »

18
Mar

2018 Weekly Bible Reading Plan – Week 12

How can a person “prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God” (Romans 12.2)? When they apply themselves to understanding what it is and practising it daily. It is through the Word of God, that we are able to know God’s plan for our lives, understand His will and as we meditate and put it into practice, grow in our faith.

Read more »