Our hearts can be changed as well. When we march with Jesus through Palm Sunday and Holy Week, we can listen for what the Lord needs from us, and we can respond. We can look to Jesus as our leader and be part of his succession plan for ongoing ministry and mission. And we can […]
In our text for today, the apostle Paul calls the followers of Jesus a piece of work, or pieces of work. In Ephesians 2, Paul seems to put this whole idiomatic discussion into perspective by comparing the relative value of the product to the One who is doing the making. It’s a “before and after” […]
So, as you can see, heaven being opened is a pretty big deal. The baptism of Jesus marked the beginning of God’s Kingdom on earth. God came in human form to begin the transformation of the world, and what God began, God will bring to completion, for the God who promises is faithful.
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
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 […]
Blessed are those who recognize their righteousness in Christ and who hunger and thirst for more righteousness like Christ; they will be satisfied.
This is meekness: Jesus submitted himself to the will of God at unimaginable cost – death by crucifixion. To this same path of submission Jesus calls us, saying “Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth.”
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