In Hebrew 10:19-25, the writer of Hebrews tells us that we have certain privileges as followers of Jesus that lead to responsibilities as followers of Christ. He uses two, two-word phrases to make his point: we have & let us. WE HAVE... Access to God. Through the person and work of Jesus. By shedding His blood on the cross, Jesus offered a … Continue reading We Have … Let Us
Jesus didn't command us to "go and do discipleship" nor did He say "go and do evangelism". Jesus commanded us to go and "make disciples" and disciple-making is where the very heart of evangelism and discipleship meet.
Jesus tells us to pray for people far from God...then equips us to be the answer to our prayers.
The only way to follow Jesus is to die to yourself everyday.I wish there was an easier way. Instead of giving up the life I have...wouldn't it be nice to simply add Jesus to my existing life? But Jesus doesn't give that as an option. Following Jesus requires a cross. Jesus says the only way to … Continue reading Discipleship Requires A Cross
The greatest question any of us will ever be asked is "Who is Jesus?" It's a question that has to be settled by every individual: male or female, young or old, rich or poor. It's a question you cannot avoid or put off because it holds eternity in its hand. It's the question Jesus asked … Continue reading The Greatest Question