We don’t suffer because we enjoy it or seek it out, but because we, like Jesus, are focused on the radical mission of God.
Let’s choose to focus on God and his kingdom, knowing that when we do, suffering is likely to follow.
God is uncovering hidden and culturally-approved sins because he wants to purify, heal, and restore his church.
Originally posted on Work in Progress:
Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about our countries of origin. While the world has had…
Our lives are just like fruit trees: the outside exposes the inside.
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.