In Luke, as Jesus enters his final days, his authority is questioned, his words are measured, and we are challenged to remain warm toward him.
In the Gospel of Luke, we see Jesus interact with men and women who struggle with faith. It begins with seeing clearly what we need and want.
Is God happy? Find the answer to this and other questions in our walk through the book of Luke. This post focuses on chapters 10, 11 and 12.
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.
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.
Christmas is a season to remember and reflect on the miracles of God in your life. We need to remember these miracles to get us past the times when life isn’t easy.
Navigating childhood memories can be difficult. However, what a valley of weeping can be turned into a spring of refreshment. Here’s how!
Christmas is a season of giving which reflects the heart of God. Generosity is God’s nature. Do you reflect God’s heart of generosity?
God sees things as they ultimately should be. Know God will use evil (not cause evil, use evil) to make things the way they should be. This is true peace.
Too often I wait for the perfect time, perfect place, perfect person to do the thing I feel called to. What a waste! God can bless the imperfect places of life, so I don’t need to wait for perfection to act.