What if just 10% of Christians today actually lived the way Jesus asked us to? What would that world look like? Can you imagine it?
During the Christmas season we sing, "Let every heart prepare Him room." But how, exactly, does one prepare in one’s heart a room for the Lord, Himself to occupy?
John Michael Talbot explains that because we are the instruments of God, the more He plays us, the more we are molded and conformed to His image.
The power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ will prove in the long run to be stronger than all human incompetence, fear and insincerity, and more forceful than all our foolishness, weakness, and cynicism.
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“The most ruinous evasion of all,” says the philosopher Keirkegaard, “is to be hidden in the crowd in an attempt to escape God’s supervision of him as an individual, in an attempt to get away from hearing God’s voice as an individual.” To which Thomas à Kempis concludes: “He, therefore, who aims at attaining to a more interior and spiritual life, must, with Jesus, depart from the crowd.”
Why, when we’re promised a life of joy and fullness, does the dark night descend like a curtain, leaving us without the consolation we so desperately desire?