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We forget that God's primary goal is not changing our situations or relationships so that we can be happy, but changing us through our situations and relationships so that we will be holy.
Love is willing self-sacrifice for the good of another that does not require reciprocation or that the person being loved is deserving
God's design in our pain enables us to look back and say: He loves me enough to take me where I would have never wanted to go in order to produce in me what I never could have achieved on my own.
Corporate worship is a regular gracious reminder that it's not about you. You've been born into a life that is a celebration of another.
If you don't keep the eyes of your heart focused on the paradise that is to come, you will try to turn this poor fallen world into the paradise it will never be.
We are called by God to do theology, that is, to live our lives with a moment-by-moment consciousness of God.
Grace will expose the deepest issues of your heart, then point you to the Cross which covers everything that's been exposed.
God never intended for us to simply be the objects of His love. We are also called to be the instruments of that love in the lives of others.
Today you will envy the blessings of another, or you will bask in the wonder of the amazing grace you have been given.
You can tell yourself that God's not fair, or you can thank Him that He's not fair. If God was fair, we would be doomed and condemned.
See yourself and weep. See your God and rejoice.
Sin doesn't always look sinful to us; sometimes it looks beautiful. That's why we need grace to see sin for what it really is - dark, dangerous, enslaving and destructive.
Only love for Christ has the power to incapacitate the sturdy love for self that is the bane of every sinner, and only the grace of Christ has the power to produce that love.
The Bible isn't a storybook with many heroes. No, there's only one hero in Scripture: the Son, the Lamb, the Savior, the King, the Redeemer - Jesus.
You cannot divide human beings into those who worship and those who don't. Everybody worships; it's just a matter of what, or whom, we serve.
Standing near someone you love in a time of trouble is its own reward.
I am my biggest marital problem
Every day you preach to yourself a gospel of your loneliness, inability, and lack of resources or you faithfully preach to yourself the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Embedded in the larger story of redemption is a principle we must not miss: God uses ordinary people to do extraordinary things in the lives of others.
The good news of the kingdom is not freedom from hardship, suffering, and loss. It is the news of a Redeemer who has come to rescue me from myself.
How can you admit that your only hope is divine grace and then throw condemnation at another sinner when you see them struggle?
The kingdom of self tends to be more focused on what the hands can touch than what the heart should embrace.
True restoration takes patience, subtlety, skill, and grace.
When your sin is exposed, you will run toward confession and forgiveness or self-righteousness and self-justification.
Every time you ask for forgiveness, you recognize that the biggest problems you face in life exist inside of you, not outside of you.
People struggling with life in a fallen world often want explanations when what they really need is imagination.
We must not offer people a system of redemption, a set of insights and principles. We offer people a Redeemer.
Theology without love simply is very bad theology.
Sin is powerful, but not as powerful as the liberating power of grace.
The fatal flaw of human wisdom is that it promises that you can change your relationships without needing to change yourself.
Sin is much more than doing the wrong thing. It begins withloving, worshiping, and serving the wrong thing.
If you are in Christ, you've been chosen to transcend the borders of your own glory, to reach out toward a greater glory, the glory of God.
Only when I focus on the holiness and glory of God am I able to see myself with accuracy.
Remember, when you're sinned against its tempting to respond sinfully. Don't give in, talk to your heart and seek the grace of Jesus.
Our sin is what separates us from God, but it's our self righteousness that keeps us from running to Him for the grace He willingly gives to all who come.
Corporate worship is designed to remind you that in the center of all things is a glorious and gracious King, and this king is not you
Do you require yourself to remember? In order to live as you can and should, you first must remember who you are and what you’ve been given.
God's grace doesn't always come in comfortable forms. But it's still grace, and it's still evidence that He loves us.
Foolishness is more than being stupid, that deadly combination of arrogance and ignorance.
Our need is so desperate an idea, a thing, a law can't help us. It took one thing, the gift of gifts, God in the flesh, to rescue us.
There is nothing that could be revealed about a pastor that has not already been covered by the blood of Jesus
The Bible says that our core problem, the fundamental reason we do what we do, is sin.
We rarely do anything with on single motive.
Sin makes us moral quadriplegics.
We forget that God's primary goal ia not changing our situations or relationships so that we can be happy, but changing us through our situations and relationships so that we will be holy.
The good news of the kingdom is not freedom from hardship, suffering, and loss. It is the news of a Redeemer who has come to scue me from myself.
An instrument s a tool that is actively used to change something, and God has called all of his people to be instruments of change in his redemptive hands
Every time you ask for forgiveness, you declare that your life does not belong to you, but has been created for the purpose of Another.
Could it be that desire for a good thing has become a bad thing because that desire has become a ruling thing?
For students who have not been required to confess that it is easier to learn theology then live it, it is tempting to think maturity is more a matter of knowing in a matter of living