Read 2 Timothy 1:3-14 (

When you read through first and second Timothy (letters from Paul to Timothy) you get a picture of the relationship between these guys. Timothy learned so much about God and how to be a pastor from Paul. Paul prayed for Timothy, encouraged him, gave him advice, supported him, basically taught him everything he knew.

To be discipled takes honesty; being open to hearing and taking advice. You will get to know God more, you will get to know yourself more, you will be encouraged, you WILL grow.

We all need a Paul in our life. Who is your Paul?



In the song “Gold” by Jeremy Loops (, he sings:
“Let’s go walking in the sand.”

When last did you enjoy creation?
When last have you stood in amazement at all God has created?

Read Psalm 19 here:
‘The heavens declare the glory of God’ says verse 1. Creation reveals the majesty of the Creator. God is shown to us in the things God has made. Making time and space to encounter God in creation can tune us into a new rhythm and feed our souls in surprising ways.

Spend some time outdoors today and praise God for His creativity.



You are the hands and feet of God. You are part of the body of Christ to bring the gospel of Jesus to people. You just have to figure out – ask God to show you – if you’re the right hand or the shoulder or the ankle.

What is your role?
Is it writing for a daily devotional #Wordspace?
Is it sharing Jesus with those around you at work/school/varsity/home?
Is it taking photographs to show the beauty of the world God created?
Is it all of the above?

Whatever it is, God sees you as able through His strength to do it.
You’re important.

Read 1 Corinthians 12:27 (




Who do you spend most of your time with? Who do you talk to the most? Who do you hang out with the most? Who do you do life with? What kind of person (people) are they? Are they good? Are they bad? Do they influence you in a good or in a bad way? After you have spent a bit of time with these people (person), how do you feel afterwards?

We get to know more of God through others – but not just anyone. Like-minded, like-hearted people. Christ followers.

Read Proverbs 27:19 ( and Philippians 2:1-4 (