Contributed on Jan 9, 2013
It is only in our brokenness that we understaned who we are, what we need, humbly serve, and become a blessing in the lives of other broken people.
Contributed on Jan 15, 2013
It is when I comprehend who I am, what my sin does to me and the world of which I am a part, that my heart breads before a holy and righteous God.
Contributed on Jan 22, 2013
God has never spent one moment thinking He is me. Meekness is understanding who I am, who God is, and responding accordingly.
Contributed on Jan 30, 2013
Divine Desperation is an all-consuming passion to know God, to be like God, and to live forever with God.
Contributed on Feb 6, 2013
We must be before we do. Our Father who is "rich in mercy" expectes as much of His children and promises the same merciful treatment to them as they extend to others.
Contributed on Feb 13, 2013
While we tend to focus on the purity of such things as food, water, and air, we would be wise to focus more intently on the purity of heart that Jesus speaks of here. A purity if not possessed will prevent us from seeing God both now and eternally.
Contributed on Feb 21, 2013
Peace is not the absence of conflict, but the presence of righteousness in the haearts of men and women.Peacemakers are those who have been called to share that reality with others.
Contributed on Feb 27, 2013
Called to live a beatitude kind of life, the hard reality is anyone who lives out the first seven beatitudes is guaranteed at some point to experience the eighth.
Contributed on Mar 6, 2013
To make a difference, one must be different. Such is a real possibility as we become salt and light before a decaying and dark world.
Contributed on Mar 13, 2013
Making clear His attitude toward the Old Law, Jesus challenged the religious leaders teaching and raised the bar when it came to righteous living.