In the “Great Commission” Jesus tells us to GO! Go make disciples. GO Baptize. Go teach my Commandments. But Who is he telling to Go and what does Go look like?
Did you know that how you treat a follower of Jesus is how you treat Jesus?!? Jesus talks about it in the passage where on judgment day all nations will be gathered to him and he will start separating the people into two groups as you would sheep from the goats.
Do you live one way at church or with your Christian friends but then live a a completely different life away from them or behind close doors? Is a double life pleasing to the Lord? And that is the question I answer in this video!
The Bible says do not worry, but WHY????? In this video I answer that question using the instructions Jesus gave with the sermon on the mount. If you want to know why you shouldn’t worry watch this video
God has high standards and one of those standards is to love your enemies no matter what they have done to you. In this video I talk about what Jesus said about Loving Your Enemies and how God doesn’t ask us to do anything He doesn’t do!
There is good coveting and there is bad coveting. In this video we cover both and how God plays a role in it all.
In my previous devotion I talked about how God is running after us but we have a role to play and that is to turn and run back to God. If we don’t then there is no relationship it is just God running after us with us running away. Today’s devotion is all about returning to a loving, compassionate, forgiving God.
In the middle of Jeremiah lamenting over Judah and Israel’s sin, their captivity, and how they turned from God Jeremiah had this realization just how amazing God was. His compassion, his mercies and his faithfulness.
God had the prophet Isaiah rebuke the people for handcrafting idols and worshiping them. Yet not much has changed since then only now we craft idols in our heart. Isaiah 44
God has such a heart for the poor that it insults Him when we are unkind to those in need and He is Honored when we help those who are in lack. In this video I also talk about tangible ways we can help those in need