Here are some of my original thoughts that you may (or may not) want to put in a church bulletin:
Don’t keep doing what isn’t working to give you peace. Make a U-turn to God.
Hostile words hold us hostage to hate. Hopeful words help us heal our hurts.
The invisible man (the you hidden in your body) is the vital part of who you are.
Nobody really knows who you are inside but you and God. R U who U say U R?
Words can roar like a line from an Old Testament prophet: “The heart is deceitful.”
How’s your effort in life’s most important category–your relationship with God?
Christianity’s not a theory taught by theological talks–it’s Christ living in you!
If you want to feel Jesus, begin to talk lovingly about Him. Feelings will follow.
To achieve great success, but fail in your relationship with God, is failure.
By putting rules & rituals around Jesus, we often miss the reality of His presence!
Christmas is God’s big announcement. Are we listening?
How fun to be with a group that is open to the leading of the Holy Spirit!
Should church be spontaneous, creative & out-of-the box? “We are fools for Christ.”
When Christ-followers listen to God together & share what they heard Jesus shows up!
Church meetings are so tightly controlled, there’s no room to be “fools for Christ.”
When Christ-followers begin to work as a team of equals, Heaven moves among them.
We need to let Jesus lead — to lay down our agenda and simply follow Him!
When the body of Christ gathers all the parts should work together obeying the Head!
Do we need this sign in church? “INTERRUPTIONS BY GOD WELCOME!”
Why do we always want a speaker when Jesus, Himself, is speaking to us?
Power flows when Christians meet & let the risen Jesus rattle around in our midst.
The body of Christ is not a monologue. http://amzn.to/2hOEcVu
Simply having a Spirit-led testimony time = the New Testament concept of ekklesia.