Contributed on Aug 28, 2012
People in the world think you are going to be happy if you pursue what you like - your dreams and desires, but Jesus tells us in the Beatitudes what makes us truly happy - O how blessed are...the poor in spirt, those who mourn, the meek... - you see the c
Contributed on Aug 30, 2012
How do we introduce people? In this passage, we see John, the baptist and Jesus introduced in such graceful ways. May our words of introduction too be words of blessing, words of power, peace and grace!
Contributed on Sep 4, 2012
The genealogy of Jesus Christ had interesting sets of names included. They may not be some that we would have personally preferred in our genealogy, yet God had them there through whom His Son would come. Through it we see the character of God -the faithf
Contributed on Sep 6, 2012
There are "Thou Shalts..." and "Thou Shalt not.." in the Ten Commandments. Same way, there are "Thou Shalts...blessed are those..." and "Thou Shalt not...Do not" in the Sermon on the Mount.
Contributed on Sep 11, 2012
The Magi gave unique & unusual gifts to Jesus. They were demonstrating a prophetic understanding of Who Jesus was and the reason He came - Gold - Jesus was the King, Frankincense - Jesus was God, and Myrrh - Jesus was the Lamb of God, Who would die for t
Contributed on Sep 23, 2012
God expects us to bear fruit in His Kingdom. It primarily comes through a relationship with Jesus Christ. Then there is the fruit of the Spirit as we abide in the Vine. Finally, we have the fruit of our lips in praise and adoration to our Lord & Savior Je
Contributed on Oct 5, 2012
The First Adam was given a commandment to create life. The Second Adam has given us the commandment to create eternal life in the hearts of all those around us. So as we go, as we teach, as we baptize, we are making disciples.
Contributed on Oct 10, 2012
Mary loved Jesus and was willing to pour herself out for Him. She was willing to pour the most valuable possession she had and poured it out on Jesus. Worship is pouring yourself out. It is laying down your life in honor of One who is greater than you.
Contributed on Oct 15, 2012
Could it be that it is us who keep people from coming to Jesus? Just like the crowd obstructed the blind beggars from coming to Jesus, or the disciples from letting the children come to Jesus, we as Christians tend to pose obstacles to come to Jesus!
Contributed on Oct 16, 2012
Leadership in the Kingdom of God is about service and humility. It is about working at a level where you are equal or even below everybody else.