Before I buy anything I often get weighed down trying to make sure I’m buying the right product because I like to weigh all my options. Why? Because I have options. I could buy this product or service from many different places and I’m looking for who has what I want.
In my last post (click here to read) you saw where I talked about how over the last year I have examined the centrality of the gospel. I’m convinced that our discipleship efforts are not about getting people to duplicate certain behaviors, no matter how noble they are, such as prayer, church attendance, giving and so on. But rather our discipleship efforts should center on convincing people of the Gospel.
If you read the Bible you’ll see that Jesus sent his disciples to preach the gospel. I’ve spent some time lately asking myself when do I preach the gospel? I mean I’ve had the privilege of preaching to various churches, but I’ve asked myself lately, do I preach the gospel during my normal 9 to 5? Continue reading Preach The Gospel And Use Words
I’m the kind of person that will go until my body gives out. It wasn’t until I turned 30 that I started to think about taking naps. This past Sunday after church I was determined to take a nap and I did. When I woke up, I felt the Spirit speaking to me about rest. Continue reading Rest