The church in the book of Acts was fueled by faith, love, and the Holy Spirit. It’s an example to us all!
If warning us against idols was the last thing John wanted to communicate to us, it must be a big deal.
How might the world change if we, as followers of God, made intercession for those around us?
The Kingdom of God is more than a place, it’s a people, and it’s our privilege to be a part.
In the Kingdom, there is an abundance of joy; let’s not miss God’s invitation into his celebration today!
The Kingdom is collaborative, not competitive. It’s generous, not stingy.
Let’s go out of our way today, laying down our preferences, our wants, and our desires to serve someone else.
The Kingdom is imbued with justice and overflows with mercy. And God has called us to live the same way.
The Kingdom is upside down to us but it’s simply because our perspective is incorrect.
I believe the parables in Matthew 13 can remind us of who God is and who we are.