Tuesday 4 June 2019

About Today Readings

Acts 20:17-27. Psalm 67(68):10-11, 20-21. John 17:1-11.
Sing to God, O kingdoms of the earth – Psalm 67(68):10-11, 20-21.
‘You know what my way of life has been.’

Paul gives a final address to the elders of Ephesus summarising some of the main points of his life and ministry. He knew it was the last time he would see them, and so it was his final legacy. Have you ever thought about what legacy you would like to leave behind? Our dreams of what we want to accomplish or become in life can change as we get older. We might accept far less than God actually wants to do in us and through us.

Let us ask for God to expand our imagination of what is possible for us in our lives. God needs us to help spread his kingdom and as long as we can breathe and are willing, he can accomplish wonderful things through us. Why not give him a chance and say today: ‘Here I am Lord, I come to do your will’.

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