Daily Text - Seedbed

Reading the Bible and praying and fasting and other exercises of Christian devotion cannot be mistaken for the activity of faith.

The Word of God not only gives us life, it cultivates growth and fruitfulness in our lives.

To try and suppress or destroy desire is futile. Our desire must be given a better object.

Sin doesn't stand a chance against the humble and holy work of brothers and sisters watching over one another in love.

James helps attune our minds and hearts to the trials of so many who have so little.

New Testament prayer is about asking and seeking and knocking, and all of this as the movement of faith.

To be broken by God means to be healed of our broken and willful ways of dealing with life.

The future of the nations will depend entirely on the spread of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the advance of the Kingdom of God.

Freedom is the rediscovery and reclamation of our deepest identity as the beloved, blood-purchased sons and daughters of God.

James is not writing to some advanced class of Christians. He’s giving us real Christianity, not as a doctrinal treatise, but as basic discipleship.

Listen Now! January 7, 2019 To Our Fellow Sowers, Seven years ago yesterday, January 6, 2012, the Day of Epiphany, we set out to begin sowing for a great awakening. By the grace of God, the boldness...

God will send his Chosen One to heal all that ails us. He will do so when He chooses, yet it is not for us to stand by passively.

Jesus is at once the archetype of creation, and the vessel through whom all things came to be.

Joy filled Jesus to the point of overflowing, and spilled onto everyone who came close to him—unless they were allergic.

From his first miracle, to the washing of his disciples feet, to the ultimate miracle of Easter, Jesus was letting himself be taken under in total trust that he would be brought back up.

Jesus was more than a prophet, but he was never less than a prophet.

Maybe prophets are prophets, not because God exclusively speaks to them, but because they choose to listen to what God is, in fact, saying to everyone.

Maybe prophets are prophets, not because God exclusively speaks to them, but because they choose to listen to what God is, in fact, saying to everyone.

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