Romans 12:1-2 lays out an important template for understanding the Christian life — a life completely transformed by the mercies of the Gospel of Christ.
Nothing about the Spirit of Christ lines up with the values of the world. This is arguably most obvious when it comes to the meekness and lowliness of Christ.
God\’s goal in the Gospel of Christ? — something way better than you probably would have ever imagined.
The book of Hebrews exhorts us to be loyal to Jesus over all because Jesus is better than all.
Christians are commanded to gather for worship to encourage one another in their faith (Hebrews 10.19-25). God has designed those worship activities to be effective. The task of saints is to understand and follow the instructions he has given.
Those that believe in the glory of God\’s faithfulness must themselves become faithful to him and like him.
\”The grace of God has appeared\” (Titus 2.11) so that those who receive it can see everything in a brand new light.
If you want grace from God, you have to learn to humble yourself under God.
What is \”good\”?
Though life can be difficult and seem like a wilderness of trouble, contentment is an essential discipline.