My “Damascus Road” experience came as I thought about the conflict I have experienced as a Pastor. That conflict was mostly over methodology and control. Some people want both no matter the cost, even at the cost of relationships.
The bottom line here is that Jesus loved you and I so much that he died the death of a criminal for us! What are the implications? They are life-changing!
The life of Billy Graham exemplified the message of the gospel – God loves you and Christ died for you!
A transformed life is not about me, ultimately, it is about God and other people.
Time always tells the truth!
All of us have goals we want to accomplish, others have changes we must make in our lives. Some are desperately needed, others are things we would like to accomplish.
Our confidence and hope lay in the brilliance of the artist who will not waste a stroke, every one being intentional and mindful of the final outcome.
Jesus Chris was born to buy back you and I from the cruel taskmaster of sin.
Love came down to earth so that I could realize why God had placed me on the planet! I could only find purpose and significance in life through understanding the ramifications of Christmas.
The relevancy of the message of the angels to the shepherds is as important today as when they were first spoken. Like those days, the time in which you and I live are days when “good news of great joy” is the right message for our time.