When Christ came to Earth as a helpless baby in a feeding trough, He came to die so that we may have life eternally and abundantly.
The most valuable thing getting older gives you is perspective, and perspective knows a shiny new toy isn’t what will fulfill you.
Paul describes Christians as “jars of clay” containing great treasure. God chose imperfect people to reflect His glory.
When we see Christ, He’s only going to care if we knew Him and what we did with Him. Or He will say “Depart from me, I never knew you”.
If we work on putting God first over our stuff then we’d all be much more content in our lives and our relationships.
Jesus isn’t the ultimate fix to everything on this earth. He’s the ultimate fix to everything in eternity.
Pencils are by no means perfect, yet in the right hands, they can help accomplish wonders. The same goes for God's children.
When I really sit and think about the things in my life that I have to be thankful for, I am honestly overwhelmed.
The Bible is not about you. It’s not a mirror to hopefully see a better reflection of yourself, it’s a window into the soul and story of God.
Politics, not piety, has become the measure for some to be considered “true believers”. Theology has taken a backseat to policy.