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HTB Bitesize - Ruth May
What would it look like if we were living everyday a life that sought to reflect the calling we have received? In today’s Bitesize, Ruth May reads Ephesians 4, where Paul urges us to live a life worthy of the calling we have received. Take a moment today and ask God, ‘where am I being called?’.
HTB Bitesize - Sabine Adeyinka
In today's Bitesize, Sabine Adeyinka shares her story. Before she met Jesus, she felt she was constantly striving to fill a hole in her heart. Sabine tried everything to fill the void, but nothing worked. One day she was invited to a church service, and she finally found what her heart had been aching and searching for – God.
HTB Bitesize - Bob Barstow
In our Bitesize passage today, Paul reminds us in Ephesians 2:8-10 ‘for it is by grace you have been saved through faith; and this is not through yourselves, but a gift from God’. It’s quite easy to talk about things we have achieved, maybe it makes us feel significant or powerful - Bob Barstow reminds us today that our achievements are gifts and opportunities from God.
HTB Bitesize - Andy Wooldridge
Today Andy Wooldridge reflects on Pslam 109 when David cried out to God for him to help and save him. Andy discusses how powerful love can be and although it is really natural to doubt Gods love when you are going through hard times it is important to always remember that Gods love does not fail or falter.
HTB Bitesize - Tash Kusi
Tash reflects on the verse in Galatians 6:9 ‘Let us not be weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. Let us do good to all people.’
HTB Bitesize - Mark Roper
A few years ago Mark and his wife were working as doctors in South East Asia, when they got into a vehicle accident. Despite the real fear and pain that Mark was in, he felt an overwhelming sense of peace and calm that was unmistakably from God - Mark knew God was saying ‘I’ve got you’. This is reflected in today’s bible verse, Isaiah 45:1-3, ‘do not fear for I have redeemed you, I have summoned you by name, you are mine. When you pass through the waters I will be with you.