Being in the Spirit allows us to lean in dependence rather than being strapped with the responsibility to care for ourselves.
In a world where God is regularly displaced, we can witness a living principle: the position we allocate for God becomes our own living position.
Much of the past year has seen me grappling with my life in a way that seemed long overdue. In particular, I asked myself the question, “What am I doing?”
I want to share with you a story of grace. I believe the story of Chris McCandless was a story of grace. Grace has a purpose and that purpose is the bringing of us into a greater, fuller knowledge of God.
Did Jonah’s resistance to God’s call make him a failure or was the sign of Jonah proof that I am not limited by this world or its happenings.
The fact that God is good is indisputable but God's goodness might mean something quite different than my hoped-for application.
I'm disturbed that things are changing and they'll affect my life, my comfort, and my convenience. I want the News to stop making me uncomfortable.
The Lord never expects from my self-life, He expects only from the Life of His Son. Expecting Life from my self-life is like expecting a diamond to come from a mud pie.
Speaking true-isms isn’t actually speaking the Truth. Statements like: “I am stupid!” “I can’t do anything right!” I’m so ugly!” These are variable realities only my perception but not Truth.
Some people have yearned for the singularity (uploading our brains into computers). And amazingly, God Himself has given us a solution to satisfy this deep desire, NOW!
Do we ever think God is wasteful, extravagant, or excessive? If the answer is yes, then we might be judging things with human eyes!
Is the church laying down on the job and wrinkling her wedding dress. Is the world passing away in degradation, while we the church are fluffing the pillows in our pews.