“Because of Christ, God’s invitation to draw near to him extends to all nations (Revelation 7:9), and because of Christ, we can draw near with confidence based on his perfect fear of the Lord. The fear of the Lord is not about keeping our distance from God, but about drawing near to him. When we fear him, we come close.”
“Do you, parents create opportunities to teach your kids about serving God in the ordinary mundane daily routines? This article will help us, as parents, to have the discussion about serving God in the ordinary things with our kids. It must start with us first examining our own hearts of how we are serving others.”
“When it was all on the line for the young man, he trusted his wealth, his possessions, more than God. His wealth was his god, and that kept him from entering the kingdom. The thing is, he didn’t see this until he really had to choose.
Do you find that disconcerting? The disciples did: “Then who can be saved?” (Mark 10:26). As an affluent American living in the midst of unprecedented historical abundance, I do. I don’t trust my faith self-assessment.”
“Sundays may mean disrupted naps and delayed meals, but our children are trading earthly provision for something far better for their undying souls. On Sundays, everything is rearranged so that they might hear the Word proclaimed in the power of the Spirit. Every Sunday, parents have an opportunity to bring their little ones to Jesus.”
“It is a great BIG responsibility to point our kids to Christ. To steward something is to provide responsible management for the “talents” God has entrusted to your care. As you consider how to steward your gifts, remember God offers you abundant grace in addition to the power of the Holy Spirit.”