Tag: Jesus

Difficult and Not Tried

Loving Our Enemies The Sunday message on disruptive prayer for enemies centered on the radical and difficult words of Jesus in Luke 6:27-37. Read those words right now. There are 16 instructions (commands) from Jesus about dealing with enemies. Two of them are repeated, so there are 14 different instructions that revolve around loving our […]

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Not a Cottage, but a Palace

I make no apologies for it. I am a RAVING fan of C.S. Lewis. He continues to delight me, surprise me, enlighten me, and move me. In Lewis, I find brilliant ideas, beautifully expressed. In Lewis, I find a faithful teacher of historical Christian faith, in fresh ways. On Sunday, I read several paragraphs from […]

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Who Do You Love?

This is a follow up post from last week’s post on LOVE. On this question, Christianity gets REALLY radical. I must write a little longer today to unpack this, but I think you will find it worth a few extra minutes. Love your TRIBE. Just about everyone in the world will be able to love […]

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What Jesus Might Say

Here is where I ended the post yesterday: My friends know Jesus would also speak powerfully, prophetically, and pastorally to the issues of our day. They know Jesus would speak theologically, spiritually, ethically, and morally to the issues of life. What kind of things might Jesus say? This post, like the two previous ones, is […]

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