One man said he once thought that biblical passages about persecution applied to people who lived in other countries like, Russia, North Korea, China or Pakistan, etc.– but not here, not in the United States of America! Welcome to the new America.
If each of us can make a lasting difference in the lives of 10-20 people in our lifetimes, that difference will be felt for generations to come. Our mission is defined by what we do for others and how we influence their lives. That truth stands at the heart of Matthew 10.
Jesus and His entourage seemed to treat religion as if it were a party. Their actions, of course, offended many who clung to the accepted religious practices of the day. However, while holding to their traditions, they missed a great work which God happened to be doing among them. Are you ready for the party?
Do you know the man who led my father to Christ? I could have been raised by a father who despised Christ, but someone led my father to Christ and my father led me to Christ. The man who led my father to Christ, though dead for decades, still has an impact on the world. That’s called greatness.
What does it mean for Jesus to have fulfilled the Law of Moses? Do Christians abide by a strict code or can we do whatever we want without consequence? How does understanding the two parties involved in Matthew 5-7, Jesus and the Pharisees, change the way we understand this passage? Nick Shalna explains the difference between the Law of Moses and the Law of Christ, and how the Christian should live in regard to this!
Two thousand years ago God added a new letter to our alphabet in the Virgin
Conception. God had to add a new letter because no existing letter could spell
Immanuel, which means God with us. Therefore, if you want to find Christmas you’ll
have to journey beyond zebra.