Daily Text | Seedbed

The cross cannot be reduced to a single day of Jesus life—it is the heart of God from before time.

It is the resurrected Christ and the empty tomb, which alone, washes us all of our “foolishness” and sets our feet firmly with Christ in the way of the righteous.

"Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends." (Jesus)

The reason most of us are stuck is we do not have the kinds of relationships it takes to sustain the level of work the Holy Spirit wills to do in our lives.

If I am about me, I am selfish. If I am about you, I am humble.

What if the community of the church, which is the fellowship of the Holy Spirit, was a place where the love for one another was so palpable nothing was impossible for them?

Jesus—I belong to you.

We must let go of America's "good old days," and start to seek a better country—the Kingdom of God.

The important lesson from Psalm 13 is to never forget in your times of darkness what God has revealed in the times of light.

"Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends." (Jesus)

For to me, to live is Christ and to die is gain. (Philippians 1:21)

Down through the ages, the Saints speak of prayer not as preparation for the work, but as the work itself.

Jesus wins, and because Jesus wins we may endure losses, but we will not lose.

Jesus can take a situation far from the realm of God's purpose and cause it to serve the purposes of God in astonishing ways.

The love of God in Jesus Christ is the white, hot, blazing Sun of all reality.

Although Jesus is the Second Person of the Trinity, co-equal, co-eternal and consubstantial with God the Father, he nevertheless entered into humanity for our sakes.

"My command is this: Love each other as I have loved you." (Jesus)

So many people mistakenly understand the love of God as a kind of divine tolerance for them.

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