God Please Help Me!
Help From God
» I want to know how to be at peace with God, to know Him personally.
God calls each of us to be at peace with Him, and to know Him personally (that in itself is pretty amazing!). He has done everything to make that possible. The life and death and resurrection of Jesus Christ is the key. But we each have to respond to what Jesus has done.
If you would like to find out more then you can try one of these three great suggestions –
1) read and respond to the following:
Knowing God Personally – click here
2) request from us a small booklet “The Essential Jesus” that will tell you all about Jesus. Please email with your address and request a copy from firstname.lastname@example.org
3) visit the Anglican Church site at www.christianity.net.au
» Where to look in the Bible when you’re feeling…
The Bible is God speaking to today’s people! Imagine that? The Creator of the world wants to personally relate to us! He speaks into every aspect of our lives.
Go to the following site of the Bible Society in Australia for direction as to where to look in the Bible when you are feeling… (but remember to come back to St. Nic’s!)
Some great prayers to pray!
(Personalised from Sunday Services, 2001, Anglican Press Australia, Sydney South.)
Saying ‘Thank you’ to God.
“Gracious God, my heavenly Father, I humbly thank you for all your gifts so freely given: for life and health and safety, for work and rest and friendship, and for the wonder of creation. Above all, I praise you for our Saviour, Jesus Christ, for his death and resurrection, for your life-giving Spirit and the hope of sharing in your glory. Fill my heart with all joy and peace in believing; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.”
Before reading the Bible.
“I thank you, heavenly Father, for inspiring all Scripture by your Holy Spirit. By your Spirit, help me so to hear your holy word that I might be equipped for every good work, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.”
Saying ‘sorry’ to God.
“Almighty God, my heavenly Father, I have gone my own way, not loving you as I ought, nor loving my neighbours as myself. I have sinned against you in thought, word and deed and in what I have failed to do. I deserve your condemnation. Father, forgive me. Help me to love you and my neighbours, and to live for your honour and glory; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.”