|A Chosen Generation||Friday, December 6|
|Standard Bearers||Sabbath, December 7|
|The Translation Diet||Sunday, December 8|
|Fig Leaves or Lamb’s Wool||Wednesday, December 11|
|The Ribbon of Blue:||Friday, December 13|
|The Day of Rest||Sabbath, December 14|
|Work, for the Night Is Coming||Sunday, December 15|
“Are we almost there yet?” As children of God, we, too, likewise wonder, “Are we almost there yet? Have we almost arrived at the point when our Lord will come to take us to the heavenly Canaan?” That depends on how much we’re depending on Him! How closely are we abiding in our Saviour’s love? How dear is our communion with Him? How thoroughly are we applying His grace to our daily life? How closely are we reflecting His image?
Another year has almost passed and another Week of Prayer has come. There is much for which to be thankful to God. Yet does our Lord really want us to come again to Him year after year without truly allowing our character to be changed to the similitude of Christ? Let us pray that this will be a decisive Week of Prayer for each one of us!
Please keep in mind that on Sabbath, December 14 there will be prayer with fasting. On Sunday, December 15 a special offering will be gathered for missions. Let us also remember others who are isolated or homebound and make a special effort to share these readings with them, too.
“Beloved, now are we the sons of God, and it doth not yet appear what we shall be: but we know that, when he shall appear, we shall be like him; for we shall see him as he is. And every man that hath this hope in him purifieth himself, even as he is pure” (1 John 3:2, 3).