Adverts always brag about the POWER of various products. Powerful deodorants, detergents, vacuum cleaners and cars.

But listen to how David praises God for His power: ‘Yours, O LORD, is the greatness, the power, the glory, the victory, and the majesty. Everything in the heavens and on earth is Yours, O LORD, and this is Your kingdom. We adore You as the one who is over all things.’ (1 Chronicles 29:11 NLT).

God has legit power – the kind that makes any other claims to power sound lame. And if you love and trust Him, that power lives in you.



Let’s take a quick check of what’s inside of you. Put your hand on the left side of your chest. Heart. Yup, still beating. Ribs. Can you feel them pocking out just above your stomach? What about kidneys? Trust me they’re there! Anda rushing river. Surprise!

Read Jesus’ promise in John 7:37-39 (

You are not only made up of flesh and bone. You also have rivers of living water in you, the Holy Spirit, a gift of grace to all those who accept Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour.

So, do a happy dance, ’cause living waters are swooshing around in you.



Did you know that the largest school in South Africa has just under 3000 learners! How does yours compare?

What if I told you that Jesus is concerned for everyone in your school (okay I know that) andthat you should also be concerned for them (Waitwhat?). That’s a lot of people to find space for in your heart. Especially those who are different to you.

Jesus says, in Matthew 18:12-14 (, that with His help, we can be like a shepherd who cares for ALL of the sheep, not just for some of them.

Who knew, you’re a shepherd in disguise.



Imagine someone in your Grade comes up to you privately and says, “Hey, I don’t have lunch today, can I have yours?” What do you do?

Imagine that on Friday night your Youth Pastor says, “Hey, I challenge you to wake up earlier this month for a devotional time.” Possible?

Jesus says, in Matthew 13:44 (, we’re like a man who sold everything he owned to buy a field with a treasure in it.

Sometimes, we don’t believe that we’re capable of sacrificing our needs or time, but Jesus says, “With my help, you’ll be able to give up things you never thought possible.”