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Free will? Divine direction? I would be terrified to exercise my own free will without divine direction. How is your free will working out? Let Psalm 139 be your invitation to a new level of God’s direction in your life.
Jesus said that the identifying mark of HIs followers would be their love for one another. What does this mean and how is this love generated and expressed?
How will someone know you’re a Christian? They’ll know by the way you love your fellow believer. Today, I want to unpack Jesus statement. What does it mean to love fully? What does it mean to love each other like Jesus loves? I have to admit that I’m powerfully impacted by Jesus words to us today. In fact, there is so much here, that I’ve decided to take it in two parts. I have four points and today we’ll discuss only two.
Celebrating the supremacy of Jesus Christ as Lord over everything in your life.
We all know we need humility. But we're not quite sure we know what it looks like. John the Baptist demonstrates humility in action and shares a profound spiritual truth.
What is God's worldview? If we believe in God we should care about His worldview. Jesus concludes his dialogue with Nicodemus by laying out a spiritual worldview. He beckons Nicodemus to see the world the way God sees the world and to end his search for the truth by stepping into the Light.
Jesus uses a powerful Old Testament illustration to succinctly explain the gospel to Nicodemus. While many religious figures try to make the gospel complicated, Jesus shares its simplicity in the most famous passage in all of the Bible.
Jesus, in his dialogue with Nicodemus, used the wind as an illustration of the regenerating power of the Holy Spirit. If Christians fully understood the Holy Spirit's work, their lives might look a little differently.
Nicodemus was an esteemed religious figure, who took his spirituality seriously. Yet Jesus confronted him with the central truth of the Christian faith. "Ye Must Be Born Again." Jesus doesn't offer another set of rules or moral codes. He offers radical transformation.