You are seen.

Last week I spoke about how God sees us through a ‘Jesus filter’ – which is why we get to go to heaven. But long before Jesus gave His life for us, God already chose us.

Do you get what this means?
Some of us wouldn’t choose to sit next to a person we don’t like, let alone sacrifice our lives for them. But God chose us, even before Jesus wiped away our sin. Like, God knew every terrible thing we would say and do and STILL chose to save us. He saw us, raw and unfiltered, and still chose us. Wow.

Romans 5:8 –



A Pocketful of Sunshine

This song by Natasha Bedingfield, A Pocketful of Sunshine, is a very upbeat song that seems to speak only about one thing – lots and lots of joy. But she isn’t the only one who has access to this kind of joy. In fact, we all are able to experience an even greater amount of joy through Jesus Christ.

Read 1 Peter 1:8 (

Joy isn’t something we feel, like happiness. It’s something we experience, even with all the other things we might be feeling – sadness, anger, worry and even happiness. Joy comes from Jesus. Seek Him for your pocketful of sunshine.




Have you seen the Tik Tok trends going around where people use different filters on their faces? Some are beauty filters which make you look like a weird, perfect version of yourself, some others make your face completely symmetrical which is also really crazy to see!

Have you ever thought about how God sees us with a filter on too? Because of the sacrifice Jesus made on the cross, God sees us as perfect, sinless versions of ourselves. Tik Tok has nothing on the power of this filter!

Thank Jesus today for His salvation-giving filter.

2 Corinthians 5:17 (



God works through us.

Read John 1:23 (
It’s a strange thing to say to someone right?!
What does it even mean?

As fellow Christians we ought to “make the way straight” by making time and creating a space for God to work in other peoples’ lives, as well as in our own lives.

Have you ever been at a church or an event where you’ve had a crazy experience that pulled you closer to God in a way? Maybe you’ve listened to a really cool gospel song or heard someone say something that was just amazing.

This week, in what way could you make time and create space for God to work?