Everyone has questions about Heaven. Some things we simply won’t know until we get there! But, we do know that because God is omnipresent, Heaven is right here. Read an excerpt from Heaven by Joni Joni Eareckson Tada.
Faith assures us that Heaven is transcendent. — Joni Eareckson Tada
The proper new covenant response to sin is not jealousy. It’s not anger. It’s not even righteous anger. The proper response to sin is a broken heart. Read more from Andy Stanley in this excerpt from his book Irresistible.
Pharisees are like vampires. They can’t see themselves in the mirror either. — Andy Stanley
We were made to love God. And God eagerly, passionately, yearns for that relationship to begin. How do you connect with God? Read this excerpt from Sacred Pathways by Gary Thomas and find out how to tend to the garden of your soul.
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Who is God, really? John Mark Comer discusses how we personalize God in our lives to be what we need- and how our view of him differ across the map.
“In the modern world, we start with the assumption that we know what God is like, and then we judge every religion or church or sermon or book based on our view of God.” — John Mark Comer, from God Has A Name
He interferes with us in the places we have hidden, in the places of safety and soothing. And He calls us out. If we are to find healing and true joy, we need to lean into His interference. Divine interference. Read more from this excerpt from Defiant Joy by Stasi Eldredge.
Remember who Jesus is. He has the right to interfere. — Stasi Eldredge
Think about it: Jesus came to be near us… the wild ones, the written off ones, the unworthy ones. For us. To know us and be known. Read this original article for FaithGateway by Shannan Martin, author of The Ministry of Ordinary Places.
Though He doesn’t need us, He wants us near. And so, the invitation stands. — Shannan Martin
Joy inexpressible… Isn’t that the longing of our hearts? That we would know the inexpressible joy of life with Jesus, our Treasure? Read more from Jesus Always by Sarah Young and save on the new deluxe version of the book.
I have told you this so that my joy may be in you and that your joy may be complete. — John 15:11
Joseph Loconte describes the bond of friendship shared by authors J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis and its theme in their writing, which was forged through the common experience of fighting in World War I.
Like few other writers over the past century, they show us what friendship can look like when it reaches for a high purpose and is watered by the streams of sacrifice, loyalty, and love. — Joseph Loconte, A Hobbit, A Wardrobe, And A Great War