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One word captures what Jesus is looking for from his followers—union.

"Very truly I tell you, unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood, you have no life in you."

Chances are if we are not following alongside the kind of people now who followed Jesus then we are probably not following Jesus, but some variety of establishment religion.

Jesus is not God's solutions to all of our problems. Jesus is God's gift of himself to us.

The work of God, which is the will of God, is the fruit of Jesus' love for us.

This psalm sees the whole trajectory, from justification to sanctification and, indeed, even envisions that final day when we are delivered from not only the guilt and power of sin, but even the presence of sin.

J.D. Walt shares more about the five Rs.

It was Jesus' extraordinary success, and the ever present agenda of the world in light of this success, that moved him to flee into the haven of his Father's fellowship.

That's the secret of the Kingdom of King Jesus. We don't have to be enough. We only have to be His.

The test of Jesus is always to bring us to the end of ourselves, to the places of impossibility, where we finally come to grips with our limitations.

The gospel is not good to great—it's death to life.

Though he won't be named, you will find Jesus in every book of the Old Testament.

There will come a day when we are delivered not only from the guilt and power of sin, but even the presence of sin.

Never despise the days of small beginnings. Small beginnings are, in fact, the true nature of how the kingdom of god spreads and grows.

The gospel is not good to great—it's death to life.

It's one thing to become friends with another person. It's quite another to be brought inside of their friendships with others—into their community.

Jesus reverses the status quo with the kingdom-come.

If we would know and do the will of God, we must release our assumptions, let go of our preferences, and renounce all rights to ourselves.

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