Christ brought his own petition of a perfect life and signed it in his blood so that the Highest name of all could be given to the lowest of us.
Just as Jesus is both all-powerful and all-compassionate, only Jesus can be all grace and all truth at the same time.
Just stop for a moment and ponder this truth: we get to wiggle our way into the eternal embrace of the Father and the Son.
Grace, as it presents itself in the Incarnation, is love intentionally crossing barriers.
When we find Christ supremely valuable and fulfilling, the desire to cut our neighbor down disappears.
It put too much emphasis on one man’s speaking, and too little emphasis on the “one anothers” of Scripture, membership accountability, and careful shepherding of the flock.
This week's links include resources on groups every pastor needs, buying a car and prayer, winning one another, and camp for girls.
God employs his people to encourage one another.
Jesus Christ has it all together as he goes to die for people who can’t ever seem to get it right.
We can’t just accept something as true because it looks professional, comes out of a pastor’s mouth, is written in a book, or appears on TV.