In this final devotion, Pastor John Onelum reminds us from Genesis 1:3-5 that God is at work in our lives through the “night and day” and that in the end, it will be “all good.”
In this final devotion in the series on Jesus as “a friend in high places,” Pastor John Onelum reminds us that Jesus is actively trying to help us get through the challenges we face (Hebrews 7:25).
In this devotion on Hebrews 4:16, Pastor John Onelum talks about having confidence in God…the basis of the Christians confidence for all times.
In this devotion from Hebrews 4:15, Pastor John Onelum reminds us that Jesus can identify with our weaknesses…”Jesus gets you!” (Any other/similar reference to this title in connection to this passage is purely coincidental).
In this introduction to the new devotion series, Pastor John Onelum reminds us that we are not alone and that in Jesus, we have a “friend in high places”. Devotion series text: Hebrews 4:14-16.
In this last instalment of the devotion series, Pastor John Onelum encourages us to believe that God has something good for us beyond our challenging experiences. The devotion is based on the view that in 1 Kings 19:15-16, Elijah receives a new “sense of purpose” from God.
In this devotion from 1 Kings 19:9-14, Pastor John Onelum encourages us to come out of “our cave” and allow God’s love transform our lives. The theme is based on the view that in the story, Elijah went back into the cave because he mistook God for the violent manifestations.
In this devotion, Pastor John Onelum talks about the value of rest from 1 Kings 19:5 -7. He also highlights the significance of “spiritual rest”.
In this first devotion, Pastor John Onelum will be encouraging us not to let disappointments “dis(-)appoint” us. The Bible passage for this devotion is 1 Kings 19:1-18.