Paul is referring to those who are weak because they insist on certain religious principles – ones that are voided by our liberty in Christ.
The individualistic, modern understanding of what it means to be a ‘private’ Christian is not Biblical, writes Eliezer Gonzalez.
Who made God? The short answer, is of course, that no-one made God. God is himself the maker and original cause of all that exists…
Trusting in the Lord means to abandon our own understanding of the way things are or should be, and to surrender to him.
Today I want to challenge you to go a little further for Jesus. We can take courage from looking at how far he went for us.
The only way that you will ever truly accept yourself and be at peace is to really know that God has accepted you through Christ.
Why not mull over these images – the Lord my shield, my sleep, my security, my deliverer? Perhaps they will ring true for you this week.
It’s important to set boundaries: what you will accept and what you won’t. Otherwise, you may become a “punching bag” for others.
People often think that they are the centre of the universe. Christianity takes a very different view about who and what is at the centre.
One of the biggest struggles you will have in your own life will be against your false self. I know, because it’s my biggest struggle too!