We’re responsible for much more than biding our time here on earth, waiting on Christ to finish what He started. We can usher in eternity today, writes Zach Barnhart.
Sometimes we feel like life is “cutting” us unnecessarily; like the pain we experience is arbitrary. But behind those cuts, there’s a Master Gardener who knows exactly what he’s doing.
We are constantly surrounded by memorials, says Brianna Lambert. We build them every day, and we would do well to look closer into what they are teaching us.
Planning time to remember Christ’s work on the cross and his grace in our lives, says Davis Wetherell, is a wonderful way to increase our faith and joy in the Lord.
Like the lame man Bartimaeus, we often want grace to do the healing and the walking. But Jesus does not abide that kind of soul paralysis. Instead, he says, “Get up, take up your bed, and walk.”
Do you long for the easy life or the crucified life? Shallow living promises comfort but comes at a cost. Don’t settle for the shallows.