We shouldn’t reduce the Kingdom of God to a safe haven from the fires of hell. It’s so much bigger.
Cracking open some cold ones by the Olympic-size pool at your heavenly mansion? Amen and amen! But we should be more invested in seeing heaven come to earth.
When they crucified Jesus, the powers-that-be thought they’d seen off one more would-be Messiah. Instead they got punked by God’s unconventional game plan.
The Kingdom of God is the key focus of scripture and the message of Jesus. That’s why I’ll be writing exclusively about the Kingdom for the next year. This is the first in that series: What do we lose when we lose the Kingdom?
We don’t like to think or talk about death. We fear the unknown. But there is one who has gone ahead of us.
Some see natural disasters as signs of God’s judgement. But that’s misunderstanding the God revealed in Jesus.
Yeah, maybe Jim Bakker has completely lost the plot. Christians aren’t going to start a civil war. We’re already in a war – just not the one the Christian right thinks we’re in.