We can pray for signs and wait for wonders as though these were the markers that what we were looking for had finally happened. Or we could move in faith.
We must attempt something so big that unless God intervenes it is destined to fail.
There’s a reason a big chunk of the New Testament deals with the issues and sins that come between us.
It's not the prayer of pious duty but the prayers of desperation that lead to the earth-shaking advance of the Kingdom.
Last at the cross and the first at the tomb, the women were the apostles to the apostles—the first preachers of the gospel.
Those who give themselves and their time and their resources to seeing after the welfare of children are doing some of the most important work in the Kingdom of God.
When God's judgement comes in blazing pyrotechnics, we'll hardly notice because we'll be looking the other way.
If we're honest, we all have our theological turf wars.
We must grow in our understanding of Love as originated through and generated by the interrelationships between the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
Awakening begins in the land of impossible. It winds along the way of the cross. It ends in the country of eternal possibility—nothing short of resurrection life.