If you are willing to faithfully apply these spiritual practices, you will find your rock moved in some surprising and wonderful ways. So, one final question: Are you willing to have God move your rock? Are you willing to do the things necessary to open your life to the Spirit’s promptings? Are you ready to […]
Mountains would have bowed down. Seas would have roared. Trees would have clapped their hands. But the earth held its breath. As silent as snow falling, he came in. When no one was looking, into the darkness, he came
The waiting might be the hardest part of being a Christian, but it’s also an important part. God has given us the tools and the time to bring God’s good news of salvation to the world in anticipation of a second Advent. Let’s wait well!
Foundational living is not easy, which is why it is so critical that we cling Jesus’ words which last forever instead of the fleeting fads the world proffers. What Jesus says is never faddish: it is foundational for Christian living. Fads, by definition, will fade. Indeed, everything is doomed to disappear. Everything except the words […]
As we await Christ’s coming again, we prepare by opening the gate to our heart, and welcoming him into our lives. With shouts of joy and cries of praise, we welcome the King of kings, the Lord of lords, the Prince of Peace. Many of the great gates of the world are now more historical […]
500 years ago Martin Luther posted a sign on the church door calling Christians to be faithful to God, for the sake of Jesus Christ, and in the power of the Holy Spirit, believing only in the grace of God which saves, living faithfully only according to God’s word and will, and giving praise only […]
According to Jesus, mercy has two parts. The parable of the Good Samaritan is a good example. First, there is tenderness of heart: when the Samaritan saw the man lying in the road he had compassion. Second, there is action that arises from a compassionate heart: the Samaritan went to the man and bound up […]
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