The cost of following Jesus is often misunderstood. Many people come to Church for happier lives, better families or more money. And while there’s nothing wrong with all these things Jesus expects his followers to have different motivation.
We are we’re all broken in different ways. But we get to the cross a community and commune and spend amazing time in front of the cross that demonstrates God’s love to us.
Do you love Jesus? Answer honestly. And whatever your answer is Jesus can take it and work with it
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Our faith may have far deeper impact of people around than we can imagine. Friendship between Paul and Timothy demonstrated that helping people change their lives may some day come back as an encouragement.
What God wants to see is faith, love, believe, and relationships. Bless is when God speaks well of us, it is not about getting stuff from God.
Loving each other is the only way to show the world that we are his disciples. Are we a Jesus follower based on what the scriptures said?
Christianity has become a spectator sport for many. Most come to church to be entertained and encouraged. But true discipleship is much more than that.
Jesus was the greatest advocate of women. Long before human movements to protect women’s rights, Jesus showed an example of love, respect and care for women.
It’s time to give Bible another chance. Even if you’ve tried it all a few times without success. The story of Jesus calling His first disciples maybe your inspiration.