What if fasting wasn’t a means to an end, but a response to a sacred encounter? This week we look at fasting as so much more than a way to get something – but as worship.
Jesus models prayer for us in his sermon on the mount. We interact with this passage, verse by verse, and follow Jesus’ lead through multiple types of prayer.
Retribution and hate are as natural as blinking, but when you pledge allegiance to God’s kingdom he allows his Spirit to do the supernatural through you, to love.
Hint: for followers of Jesus, moralism is never enough.
Your devotion to God matters, your closeness to God matters, and your words matter.
How to be flavor and hope in a bland, dark world.
In an effort to set apart the Israelites as a reflection of himself, God gave 10 commandments, then 613 laws, and ultimately, 1 savior who fulfilled the law by being a complete embodiment of love.
Jesus describes the “good life” as it is in his kingdom.