Humility, self-giving, service: these are the qualities of Jesus that made him victorious over sin and death. Those who want to follow him must adopt the same mind and spirit in order to walk his victorious path.
If you want to follow Jesus, everything has to change. And that change starts with the attitudes and mentalities that Jesus calls us to adopt.
Jesus often challenged his followers to examine themselves with one crucial question: Do you understand?
Jesus was rejected for the good he did and those who follow him will face the same treatment. Instead of giving up or attacking those who attacked him, Jesus overcame by persisting in doing good. Those who follow him must do the same.
Mark 5 tells us one of the most important truths anyone could ever know about Jesus: Yes, he cares.
The Gospel of Christ is not a fairy tale, it\’s as real and true as the very Bread and Cup that God has given us to commemorate it.
Ahab\’s sin in the matter of Naboth\’s vineyard is one of many stories in Scripture that point toward the sacrifice of Christ.
In Mark 8 we learn something important about what it takes to really and truly understand Jesus. This miracle is an echo of why we need the Lord\’s Supper.
Jesus\’ parables and miracles point toward one core element that makes his kingdom truly great: power.