It’s that time again. The Christmas crazies afflict the masses. The focus is gifts for those dear to us, but is it on the needs of the weak?
Time and again, God and Godly living are compartmentalized in our lives. Some might call this the ‘God in a box’ syndrome.
Psalm 123 is believed to be a “Song of Degrees”, a collection of hymns sung as pilgrims approached the Temple, God’s dwelling place. How do we approach God?
It’s common form to judge others. We do it subconsciously—deciding who is unworthy of our love, grace, or even attention. We declare them unclean or unfit.
After his death and resurrection, Jesus appeared again to his disciples. He commissioned and breathed on them saying, ‘Receive the Holy Spirit…’
What does the presence of the Holy Spirit look like? What is the evidence of His involvement in our lives and gatherings? What is not proof of His moving?