If you can repent and admit your need for Jesus, the kingdom of God can be yours.
The test of true worship is not merely how we’re feeling about God; it’s about how open we are to God, and how open we’re making things for others.
God can, at the same time, sit us in his lap and hear our prayers while hearing the prayers of all the saints throughout the world.
Death always leaves you longing for just one more something.
As we see God in light of the law, we perceive more of our sin. But we also see more grace covering our sin.
Jesus never performed a miracle someone didn’t need that very moment; but he also never performed a miracle for someone that didn’t have a greater need.
If we are to be with the holy, pure God, we cannot waltz into his presence as we are.
When we know Christ, we get wisdom—and anyone willing to repent of their sin and trust Christ can get in on this.
We think comparison makes us winners. But in God’s eyes, it proves we’re losers because it proves we’re self-justifiers, unwilling to trust his justification by Christ.
As it always is with God, we get more than we deserve.