This is what it looks like for us to have the power of Christ dwell in us: not even death can rob us of life.
Here is true power, and it involves giving up our standard measures.
There is no room for disguises if we are too busy offering our hands and lives in self-giving love.
Jesus alone is Lord, and has nothing to do with whatever Christian personality is on the rise. Fads, fame, and fortune are about as anti-Christ as we can get.
We are now captives to Christ, not the old order of hostility.
In a way, being generous child of God is like playing with house money: there is never an end to the amazing things the grace of God can and will do!
... our present affliction isn’t an accident of history that leaves us as victims. All things, even our present affliction, prepare us for God’s glory to dwell in us even more richly.
Hello everyone. I'm sorry it's been a while since my last post, but a new project/problem has arisen in my community that has been taking a great deal of my time, in addition to my pastoral duties.
A community centered on the grace of a king who became poor so that we might become rich is a group of men and women who seek ways to enrich the lives and hearts of their brothers and sisters such that all are fed and made whole.
True generosity produces life, and lessens our desire to hang on to the things that must ultimately pass away.