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Advent reminds us the coming of the Lord – the birth of Jesus, birth of Christ within us at salvation and the second coming of Jesus. The coming of the Lord reminds us the labor and pain associated with His birth into the world.
Advent is a time to remember the labor and pain associated with His coming. Advent is also
Advent reminds us the coming of the Lord – the birth of Jesus, birth of Christ within us during salvation and the second coming of Jesus. Advent is the season of expectant joy and let the source of joy be Christ alone. This joy comes to you by knowing your relationship with Jesus. Today, you may be missing some of your dear ones who may not be with you right now.
During Advent, your expectant joy is obtained by knowing that Christ is
Call Jesus – dear brother, dear friends, dear mother, dear father, dear husband and dear high priest. You will be filled with the everlasting joy.
Advent is a season of hope for tomorrow. We have our hope on Lord Jesus Christ because,
1. He is Sovereign – Advent reminds us that Jesus is Sovereign, He works beyond our limitations, there is nothing that could stop Him and nothing that could ever surprise Him
2. He is a Hope Giver – When hopelessness and despair abounds around us, Advent reminds us to look at the one who gives us hope for tomorrow
3. He is the God of Tomorrow – If we really observe Advent, we will lose sight from our today’s limitations and put our hope on the God of tomorrow.
During week one, we are encouraged to praise God for who He is and give thanks for all that He has done during this year. Praising and thanksgiving certainly draw ourselves closer to God. We will start feeling how insignificant and unworthy are we. A sense of surrender and humility is felt so deep inside of us leading us towards holiness and sanctification.
Psalm 145 & 150
Psalm 100 & 136
Romans 12:1-2 & Psalm 139:23-24
Colossians 3:13 & Ephesians 4:31 & 32
Philippians 2:1-8 & 2 Chronicles 7:14
2 Corinthians 7:1 & Psalm 15
We are encouraged to wear the whole armor of God in order to prepare ourselves for the battle to fight against the schemes and plans of the enemy. During this week we will be trained to position yourself for the battle.
Hebrew 4:12, 2 Timothy 3:16-17 & Jeremiah 20:9
Jude 1:20, Mark 14:38 & Romans 8:26
Mark 16:17 & Acts 3:1-10
Revelation 12:11, Isaiah 53 & Ephesians 2:13
2 Corinthians 10:3-5 & Psalm 89:40
Once we position ourselves for the battle, we confess who we are in Christ Jesus and the authority we have in Christ. We will make use of the gifts and the power of the Holy Spirit to subdue and overcome the powers of darkness. We as God’s chosen ones stand before the throne on behalf of the land and people constantly reminding God through our prayer and intercession. As we approach the end of the fasting season, we will celebrate the victory we gained during these days through prayer & intercession.
Ephesians 2:10, Romans 8:15-17 & 1 Peter 2:9
1 Corinthians 12:8–10& Acts 1:8
Matthew 16:19 & Matthew 18:18
1 John 5:4 & John 16:33
1 Timothy 2:1-2
Zephaniah 3:17 & Psalm 117
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