Balwyn Anglican

Weekly Wrap-up | 9 March 2015

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A wonderful week spent working together as a combined group. We are so thankful to God as we watch His work in the hearts of the children - encouraging them and bringing them closer to Him every week. Praise God!


Sunday 8 March

Combined Group with Karina & Miriam

   What would you do if an important person - a king or queen - was coming over for dinner? We may pack up our Lego, clean our room, prepare a nice meal and be polite. What would a king look like? The 'List of Kingly Attire' we looked at did not contain a crown or money, jewels or glamorous robes.
   When Jesus shared the Last Supper with his disciples he washed their feet. He taught by example how to serve and love others. Peter did not think Jesus should do such a dirty job, but Jesus sad he had to wash them so they could be with him. (John 13:1-17)
   Jesus came to earth as a king. Some treated him with honour, others with contempt. He left his kingly glory behind to become our servant king. We may think our sins are too dirty to bring to Jesus, but he came to wash them all away so we can join his kingdom forever.

Nothing sets people in God's kingdom apart more than a serving attitude.
A servant heart is not an extra for believers.
It is the foundation of our life and relationship in Christ.


Blessings for a safe, happy and Spirit filled week. See you Sunday!

Karina & Miriam