I am sure we have all had moments when we felt life spinning out of control.
Icons. Images. However well intentioned, it is idolatry. I can’t just worship God however I feel like it. I must be obedient to what He has commanded.
How much electricity do you think Motel 6 wasted because of all those stupid commercials?
Jesus was accused of being a “friend of sinners.” They called him a glutton and a drunkard because he hung out so often with people everyone else thought of as gluttons and drunkards.
How often are we doing the opposite?
Everybody is hungry. Jesus is offered a little boy’s lunch. Jesus prays. The disciples pass out food. Everyone eats. There are lots of leftovers. The end.
What does it mean to be perfect? What is a perfect offering?
Which Jesus will we choose?
There is truth in a chic flick. The reason the trope works so well is because it exposes an eternal truth. God has provided a way for me to be with Him.
When push came to shove, each had an opportunity to examine their own heart and say, “There but for the grace of God, go I.”