Living Stones

We aren’t strong enough.

We aren’t smart enough.Dec 21 2015 living stones

We don’t have the power we need to live a Godly life – on our own.

But – with God – all things are possible.

In Peter’s first letter, he calls Jesus the Living Stone who was ‘rejected by man but chosen by God and precious to him.” (2:4)

And then Peter says that we, as believers, are also living stones who are being “built into a spiritual house to be a holy priesthood, offering spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ.” (vs 5).

Together, with Christ as the Cornerstone, we become something spiritually significant.


God’s special possession.

God gave the best he had for us – his own Son – in order to save us from eternal separation from him.

This is one of the reasons we need to be an active part of a spiritual family – a church.  Because that is our spiritual house of holy priesthood.

We find God in those relationships.

We worship God by praising him together and giving our tithes and service.

Together, we bring glory to our Father God.

For God to loved the world!

Thank you, Abba Father.