Christianity is not done with instinct, but intention. If we really want a life that is rock solid, we have to walk with intention and match our lives and doctrine.
We need to think about how we can have some meaningful gift of love and encouragement. One of the greatest gift we can give to each other is how we interact with each other.
Christmas is not about getting caught in consumerism, but a reminder that God sent his son to be a solution to the grandest problem we have, sin.
For a God who cares deeply about the birds and flowers, how much more are we, his children worth? Infinitely more! Knowing this, let us live our lives uncontrolled by worry and seek first God’s kingdom and righteousness.
Do not spend your time accumulating treasure that will ultimately decay. God does not need our monies to accomplish evangelizing the earth. He requires indestructible treasure, which is our heart.
God does not desire the outward display of Christianity, rather he cares about the inward spirituality. A relationship with him is one that is true, authentic and self sacrificial.
God’s kingdom is a kingdom of the heart. For God, it is not a matter of what we do, but who we are on the inside. In humble devotion, we are called to surpass elitist righteousness and focus on building a heartfelt relationship with God.
We become more like God in increasing glory when when serve and offer our bodies as living sacrifices. Through this transformation, we break our boundaries and give hope to those in need.
Has your salt lost it’s saltiness? As Christians, we should more convicted about the transformation that comes with Christ, than worldly pleasures that dim our light.
Matthew 5: 1-10 What does it mean to be pure in spirit? We can sense when there is a poverty of spirit, these are the hearts that God blesses. If we are a disciple of Jesus does this describes who we are? Am I a good citizen in God’s kingdom? Sometimes it’s hard for us…