In chapters 7-9 of Luke, tension begins to rise. Jesus has drawn a line in the sand and is calling on those who follow him to make a choice.
You have an enemy. Do you think or know? What is your purpose? Learn from the life of Jesus by walking through the book of Luke in the Bible.
A common goal among Christians or those seeking to find God is to read the Bible more often. A common problem is understanding what we are reading. Over the next few weeks, let’s read the Gospel of Luke together, so we can understand what we are reading.
Submission to Jesus is core to the Christian faith. Interestingly, while Jesus is all powerful, he doesn’t demand you to submit to him. He understands you may not be ready to submit. Jesus will give you space, but it doesn’t mean he will abandon you either.
As a follower of Jesus, your identity is under attack. The enemy of your soul wants to steal it from you. Here are 3 ways to steal it back.
My identity is found in being made in the image of God and being adopted as a child of God. So what does it mean to be made in God’s image? We are made in God’s image to remind and reflect God to all creation.
We are guaranteed to walk through the wilderness, so it God’s punishment? Spoiler alert! It’s not, and you can prepare for it! Here are two steps to take.
Too often we convince ourselves our imperfection keeps us from God using us, much less God being glorified. The bible doesn’t agree.
The perfection of God lends to the glory of God. Yet his perfection doesn’t keep him from finding pleasure in you. Here’s why…
In the middle of one of life’s storms, David is thinking about peace and prosperity. The principle of prosperity is available to you too!