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We are settling for a Christianity that revolves around catering to ourselves when the central message of Christianity is actually about abandoning ourselves.
If you can trust God to save you for eternity, you can trust him to lead you for a lifetime.
This is how God works. He puts people in positions where they are desperate for his power, and then he shows his provision in ways that display his greatness
When you come to Jesus, you don't come to get health, wealth and prosperity. You come to Jesus to get Jesus
People will never know how glorious the cross is until they know how serious sin is.
Do you realize the weight of the one who has invited us to follow him? He is worthy of more than church attendance and casual association; he is worthy of total abandonment and supreme adoration.
Every saved person this side of heaven owes the gospel to every lost person this side of hell.
People who claim to be Christians while their lives look no different from the rest of the world are clearly not Christians
This is the curse of superficial religion: the constant attempt to do outward things apart from inward transformation.
The bible informs us, compels us to care for the poor, to love the outcast, to serve the needy.
If we want to know the Glory of God, if we want to experience the beauty of God, and if we want to be used by the hand of God, then we must LIVE in the WORD of God.
Nothing is impossible for the people of God who trust in the power of God to accomplish the will of God.
The primary purpose of prayer is not to get something, but to know Someone.
Disciple making is not a call for others to come to us to hear the gospel but a command for us to go to others to share the gospel.
We desperately need to explore how much of our understanding of the gospel is American and how much is biblical.
We go wherever God leads whenever God moves us...because we love His glory more than we love our lives.
But then I realize there is never going to be a day when I stand before God and He looks at me and says, 'I wish you would have kept more for yourself.' I'm confident that God will take care of me.
The most glorious reason you exist is for the proclamation of the glory of God to the ends of the world. And it's more than having a nice life.
My prayer is that people will see that following Jesus costs you everything you are and everything you have. And my prayer is that people will see that Jesus is worth it.
God involves us in his mission not because he needs us but because he loves us.
The road that leads to heaven is risky, lonely, and costly in this world, and few are willing to pay the price. Following Jesus involves losing your life-and finding new life in him.
Faith is the realization that God's pleasure in you will never be based upon your performance for him.
I want to be apart of something that can only be explained by the hand of God!
We don’t go to Scripture for permission to do what we think is best, but for direction to do what He says is best.
We do not have time to waste our lives coasting out casual, comfortable Christianity.
Don't underestimate what God can do with ordinary people.
My biggest fear, even now, is that I will hear Jesus' words and walk away, content to settle for less than radical obedience to Him.
There is indescribable joy, deep satisfaction and an eternal purpose in dying to ourselves and living for Christ.
I could not help but think that somewhere along the way we had missed what was radical about our faith and replaced it with what is comfortable.
We owe Christ to the world--to the least person and to the greatest person, to the richest person and to the poorest person, to the best person and to the worst person. We are in debt to the nations.
To be a Christian is to be loved by God, pursued by God, and found by God.
And ultimately, If you sin against an infinitely holy and eternal God, you are infinitely guilty and worthy of eternal punishment.
We can rest confident in the fact that nothing will happen to us in this world apart from the gracious will of a sovereign God. Nothing.
God has put you in this culture at this time for a reason.
We can accomplish more in one month of dependence on the Spirit than we can in 100 years of dependence on ourselves.
We are afraid that if we stop and really look at God in his Word, we might discover that he evokes greater awe and demands deeper worship than we are ready to give him.
Everything in all creation responds in obedience to the Creator... until we get to you and me. We have the audacity to look God in the face and say, "No."
To be a disciple of Jesus is to make disciples of Jesus.
Christianity does not begin with our pursuit of Christ, but with Christ’s pursuit of us.
A materialistic world will not be won to Christ by a materialistic church.
God delights in revealing Himself to you when you are bold enough to bother Him. In fact, I think He would say that the only thing that bothers Him is when you don’t come to Him.
God stands ready to allocate his power to all who are radically dependent on Him and radically devoted to making much of Him.
We desperately need each other in the daily fight to follow Christ in a world that's full of sin.
While the goal of the American dream is to make much of us, the goal of the gospel is to make much of God.
May even the concept of unreached peoples be totally intolerable to us.
We do not follow a health and wealth savior. We follow a homeless and wounded Savior.
What if the word of God was enough to inspire passionate worship among his people?
As Christ begins to live in us, everything begins to change about us.
My life is a blank check before God... No strings attached.
Ask, could my gifts, education, career, or experience be used to spread the gospel where it’s needed most?