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2017 Day 20: His Majesty the King


Mar 24, 2017 Impact 2017, Youth 0 Comments

“For God is the King of all the earth; sing to him a psalm of praise.” (Psalm 47:7) Do you remember learning about various political systems in World History class? As Christians, regardless of which country we are from, we all live under an absolute monarchy with God reigning supreme over our lives. The modern [...]

2017 Day 19: Jonah’s Anger


Mar 23, 2017 Impact 2017, Youth 0 Comments

“Do you do well to be angry?” (Jonah 4:4). God told Jonah to preach against the city of Nineveh, but Jonah didn’t want to. This is the cliff notes version, but there is much more to the story. Jonah had good reason to dislike the Ninevites, for Nineveh was a notoriously sinful nation. They were [...]

2017 Day 18: Biblical Love


Mar 22, 2017 Impact 2017, Youth 0 Comments

“Always be humble and gentle. Be patient with each other, making allowance for each other’s faults because of your love” (Ephesians 4:2). Our generation is really confused about the concept of love. According to our culture, romantic love is known by a combination of fuzzy feelings and physical pleasure, and brotherly love is known by [...]

2017 Day 17: Growing up as a Child


Mar 21, 2017 Impact 2017, Youth 0 Comments

“No matter how old you are, you will always be my child.” Ever heard your parents tell this to you? It’s absolutely true. To your parents, you will always be their child. But being their child, is different from being a child. While you will always be their child, you will not always be a [...]

2017 Day 16: Frustration or Forgiveness?


Mar 20, 2017 Impact 2017, Youth 0 Comments

“Then Peter came up and said to him, “Lord, how often will my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? As many as seven times?”‘(Matthew 18:21). In a frustrating situation, you make a choice between responding with anger and responding with grace. Whether it is through interactions with siblings or observations of other kids [...]