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It’s seems we’re living in a time when we’ve lost the plot about what’s most important. With cancel culture and so much anger, fear, and division, we’ve lost what makes us feel most alive, most human. We’ve forgotten our source … Continue reading
The Gospel is not ultimately about forgiveness of sin. While important, that’s only a means to a much greater end. The Gospel is, first and foremost, the good news about God. For we see Him in the life of His … Continue reading
I believe we’re living in a time when God is stripping off the layers of centuries of religion in order to reveal the stunning beauty of Christ and the good news of the gospel that brings great joy. It’s like … Continue reading
Since we’ve been talking about Jesus Christ, Savior of the World, I thought it would be appropriate to post this classic song from Bethel Music from their album by the same title released in 2012. As we have seen in the … Continue reading
What if you only had ten minutes to show a group of people on a remote island everything they needed to know in order to grow into a vibrant Christian community, and you could only give them four Bible verses (they have no Bibles)? What would … Continue reading
We’re most certainly living in troubled times…with terrorist threats, violent civil unrest, and deeply divided polarization on issues. But this is exactly when Jesus’s Church should shine the brightest, rather than being part of the problem. But the only way we’re going to … Continue reading
What if we abandoned our addiction to certainty for surrender and trust? For if we’re ever going to walk off our maps, we must let go of our need to have everything figured out. We’ll never go beyond what we … Continue reading
If we were to properly celebrate Christ’s saving work, we would start on Christmas day and end on Easter! For our salvation is not confined to Calvary, but begins with a birth in Bethlehem.
When we take a deeper look at the Law, as Christ interpreted it, we find that it doesn’t lead us to works-righteousness; it inevitably leads us to other-centered love. This is a continuation of my thoughts in my previous post, and a post … Continue reading