We insist on making our own way. We’re prone to march ahead blindly, confident in our path, when in fact, we rarely know where we’re really going, or consider that God might have a far-different destination in mind.
God provides, but we often greedily hoard as if His well will run dry.
From the Garden, all the way to today, humanity is often driven by passionate, intense and visceral longings.
Jesus’ last night with his friends offers us remarkable clarity about the life into which we are called as his followers.
t is easy to become slaves to our jobs, slaves to our technology, slaves to pleasing those around us, or slaves to our bank account.