Lord, Help Me to See Other People as You See Them

Aug 08

Lord, Help Me to See Other People as You See Them

Lord, Help me to see other people as you see them. Let me not look upon the masses or refer to the generalized public, but to see each individual and love them the way you love them. You made each person in your own image. Let me see the image of God in each person. Let me realize the high esteem with which you regard each life. Just as I am your workmanship, let me...

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Journey with Jesus by K.P. Yohannan

Aug 05

Journey with Jesus by K.P. Yohannan

Journey with Jesus provides a glimpse of the life of Christ as the disciples must have experienced His life and teachings. The emphasis remains on the truth that Jesus could do nothing on His own. Jesus sought direction and empowerment from God. We must live in that same humble, dependent relationship to experience the direction and power of God in our lives. Here’s...

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Creating a Kinder Christian Political Discourse on Social Media

Jul 31

Creating a Kinder Christian Political Discourse on Social Media

I wrote this in response to all the hostility I see on social media. Civil discourse has lost its civility, especially among Christians. We no longer politely discuss the issues, granting room for different opinions. Now people attack any person who holds another view. I wish to remind Christians that how we treat others is how we treat Jesus. The world is watching...

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Unoffendable by Brant Hansen (@branthansen)

Jul 15

Unoffendable by Brant Hansen (@branthansen)

People often call me a pacifist and maybe I am to some degree, but when Jesus says to turn the other cheek, love your enemies, and pray for those who hurt you, I believe He means for us to do those things. I also believe in seeing the “divine spark” in each person because whether we follow Jesus or not, we were each made in the image of God. As such, I believe we...

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What about Injustice?

Jul 13

What about Injustice?

In light of current events, it’s easy to get angry about injustice. But is anger ever justified? The Bible says not. Even so-called “righteous anger” is not justified. Ever. Anger is a natural human feeling, but the Bible repeatedly says we are to get rid of it as quickly as we can because anger leads to much worse things. I believe when the Bible says to love your...

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