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In this passage, we're called to imitate Paul's single-minded devotion to Christ and making His name known.
Have confidence and be comforted in the life giving power of the Word.
What does the Bible have to say about immigration? How should we dialogue about this issue? In this conversation we hope to engage in understanding God's heart for the immigrant. We also will see the incredible opportunity to serve those who are in despair and come to understand immigrants not as a threat, nor as a burden to our society but as an eternal kingdom opportunity.
The disciples in Ephesus, though committed, lacked the Holy Spirit, and it is through the Holy Spirit that we have access to and fellowship with Christ.
The three years preceding Jesus' death may have seemed, in many ways, a waste to the disciples. And to those who don't believe, Jesus' life, death, and resurrection are nothing more than an idle tale. But this Easter, we are called to marvel in the life-changing, resurrection power of Christ.
The people praising Jesus on Palm Sunday saw Him as a political figure, a conquering King. However, Luke paints a picture of a cross-bound Jesus, and we're pointed forward to the worship in Revelation 7 where all peoples will worship the crucified and risen King.
Christ invites us to three meals in this passage: the Passover, the meal of His body and His blood, and the heavenly feast to come. And our lives are called to live in response and in anticipation through our lives of service.