Christ’s revealing of His Life in me is for His pleasure and purpose, not mine. His revealing is not from our desire, as earnest as it may be, nor through our efforts to have it be so.
The Word declares that if I save my life, I will lose my life, but if I lose my life, then I gain Life. To lose my life is to let Christ’s Life be my life, which consequentially saves my life.
I have some really bad news. My best isn’t good enough. This life is a continual process of proving that we cannot do it on our own.
Christ as me doesn’t allow me to bypass me in an avoidance of responsibility. Christ’s Life is the Light of exposure that beams upon all that is not Christ in me.
There is only one answer to anxiety, stress, hypertension, fear, and trepidation about life.
So, if anxiety is unbelief in God's ability to live my life, what do I believe in?
Living life is about doing as much as being. As we live life, we live out our various roles and callings. But is it me or He that must be these roles?
The condition for Christ's Life as my life is forfeiting of my own. In this message Art presenting what it is to live in the resurrection Life of Christ.
Art explores what it looks like when Christ’s Life is revealed in us. The Life of Jesus waits on a body that will allow Him to be the source of their life.
‘And in that day you shall ask Me nothing.’ In this post Art explores the day when we shall ask no longer of the Father.
Christ in me is a huge paradox. It’s the mystery of the Gospel and my hope of glory. But it doesn't supersede another amazing gift of the Father to my life: free will.
Do I lose me when Christ is me? Is my person eliminated in this transaction? Do I cease to exist because He now is my life? Is this Christ in me?