When we fast, we point to Jesus as the ultimate bridegroom whose presence we are still awaiting. We refrain from physical bread to say that Jesus is the true bread.
Prayer produces deep intimacy with Jesus when we use it to prioritize God’s will and prize God’s grace.
As believers, we have been given faith that overcomes the world. That faith is the fuel for joy-filled obedience to God and love for others.
You are called to joyfully and radically love others because the God of Love lives within you!
Let us love as God created it, Jesus accomplished it, and we are to perfect it.
John urges us to love one another in the same way that Jesus loved us, the result of which will be assurance before God and the wonderful fruit of righteousness.
God has adopted us as His children who live confident in His love and who passionately pursue righteousness.
God gives us all we need to confidently embrace Jesus every day and resist the deception of other voices.
We are called to love God forever rather than pursue worldly desires, which are passing away.
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