Daily Text - Seedbed

The Holy Spirit mediates the presence of Jesus on earth as it is in heaven; the Holy Spirit mediates the presence of Jesus' disciples in heaven as it is on earth.

The primary ministry and mission of the Holy Spirit is to inhabit our whole lives to the end that we be given to loving others as Jesus has loved us.

While Jesus holds endless grace for both the betrayer and the betrayed, the consequences of betrayal never end.

Jesus shows us his identity is not shaped by his role. It's just the opposite—his role is shaped by his identity.

Here's the surprising truth: at the heart of people-pleasing is the fear of people.

Every day we have opportunities to do small things with great love.

Here's the surprising truth: at the heart of people-pleasing is the fear of people.

Hard-hearted people are typically the way they are because something happened in their past that made them broken-hearted people.

Surrender is not the acceptance of defeat but the declaration of victory, no matter how dark the future may appear.

Jesus will either give all of himself or he will give nothing. There is no half way with Jesus.

Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me a sinner.

The beautiful, impractical thing about Mary's unthinkable act of worship all those years ago is we can still smell the perfume today.

Those who preside over the status quo always stand to lose the most; hence, they most resist change.

Our biggest problem is not sin. It's our broken ability to trust. That's why we sinned in the first place.

Death was not a problem for Jesus. The problem was the depth of human grief over the loss of a loved one.

Jesus is not asking Martha to believe in something that will happen in the future. He wants her to know by believing in him now, the future has already happened.

John 3:16 reminds me I am loved. 1 John 3:16 reminds me I am love.

Jesus is not looking for worshiping fans. He longs for intimate friends.

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