Grace: it’s a radical approach that Jesus spoke into a famous phrase: ‘Bless those who curse you, pray for those who mistreat you’.
There are many people who try to get rid of the Cross, and in many different ways, and not all of them are atheists, writes Dr Eliezer Gonzalez.
There is a time for pushing through and “just” doing the hard things… but there must be room for compassion and grace and seeing the good in people, too.
I’ve learnt that if you want to soar high in your life, like you’re on the wings of eagles, then you need to trust in God.
During COVID, those weird Old Testament laws about isolating, washing hands and social distancing from the unclean suddenly make a lot of sense.
There’s nothing we can do to earn the grace of salvation. It is 100% a free gift – undeserved and unmerited. But how we live still matters.
Grace, by its very definition, seeks us out and comes to us, and it brings with it the opportunity for us to accept it and respond.
Is balance a myth? The truth is, sometimes particular areas of your life will require more of your attention and other times they won’t.
God’s no dictator, he won’t force his way into any area of your life. He’ll wait until he’s invited.
When we’re infected with tall poppy syndrome, insecurity, fear or pain leads up to cut people down instead of watering them with grace.