Imagine the Almighty God, maker of Heaven and Earth slipping up behind you, placing his arms around you, and speaks your name. He then whispers in your ear, “What shall we create out of your life that will advance my purpose?”
God has set the world right again. God has fulfilled his promises to Israel. But more, God has initiated his plan to include the whole worldView More Jesus: God’s Promise and Plan
We will not understand the fullness of Jesus with an “earthly mind.” We need the “living water” from God’s heaven to open our “spiritual heart.”View More Living Water: Speak of Heaven!
Jesus approaches the woman with tenderness and compassion. His behavior was outside the bounds of appropriateness.View More Jesus: The Gift of God
The bride is not pure, but broken and rejected. Jesus does not come to us because we are worthy; he comes for us in love.View More Jesus is the Bridegroom
n the Temple, Jesus “scattered the coins of the money changers and overturned their tables” (John 2:15). Jesus has repeated the process by scattering and overturning the neat and tidy thinking of Nicodemus.View More A Fresh Breeze For Your Mind
The Son reveals the love of the Father when he is lifted up and dies under the weight of the world’s evil.View More WHAT? Jesus Called Himself a Snake?
At the temptation Satan claimed he possessed “all the kingdoms of the world and their splendor” (Matthew 4:8). Following the cross and resurrection Jesus announced, ‘All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me’” (Matthew 28:18).View More JESUS: The Satan Slayer
All of God’s purpose and promise for Israel were poured into Christ. Now, through allegiance to Christ, we are the New Israel.View More NEWS FLASH: Jesus Succeeds When Israel Failed
Jesus met and defeated the temptations of Satan. He is our haven when we face the challenges, tests, and temptations that come our way.View More The Devilish Dynamics of Temptation
“The last temptation for all of us who seek to follow Christ is to live as ordinary human beings. Jesus was not called to be ordinary. He and we are called to be extraordinary.”View More Temptation Attacks Your Identity in Christ