“What is this you have done?”
What if Jesus is actually more interested in our curiosity than our certainty?
The Bible takes sin seriously. And none of us can save ourselves from sin or acquit ourselves of guilt. But thanks be to God, Jesus Christ gave us a remedy for our sin and a way to experience the progressive healing of our corrupt human nature.
How do we know if we are serving for our own benefit or truly serving as Jesus commanded?
“How long have you been working here?” I tried to make small talk with the technician.
“Almost 20 years, ever since this place opened,” responded the man.
“If we never experience conflict in our relationship with God, the chances are we have replaced the real God with a substitute god made in our image.”
I had just walked into Chipotle when one of my Asian American colleagues pulled me aside.
We unintentionally believe a lot of lies about our bodies. The lies fall to both extremes: on the one hand, that the human body is an object of worship, and on the other, that it’s a pointless vessel.
You have your diploma in hand. You’ve packed up your college apartment. You’ve said goodbye (for now) to some of your closest friends.
One of the exciting things about summer is that it always offers something of a spiritual growth blank canvas.