Category Archives: Quotes of the Week
To tribalize God is to preach, teach, and live as though He exists to promote the narrow interest of a particular group, culture, or country…
Let Jesus manifest Himself in His own light. Do not cast a light on Him or attempt to show the sun with a candle.
One must have a heart of iron to pretend that all is fine, when children must suffer so badly for the selfishness of their parents; when children must be “grown up,” so that their parents can persist in behaving like self-willed children.
100 years ago today, the last chance for peace was Belgium.
We can’t just assume that the most recent is the best. We need to realize that posterity will discard much of what we value, but will retain some as having permanent value.
Should we not see that lines of laughter about the eyes are just as much marks of faith as are the lines of care and seriousness?
Even though I do not always feel this way, these Scriptures remind me of who I am in Christ.
“If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up people to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea.”
Jesus calls us into partnership, to explore with him his purpose for life and humanity.
We see the reality of the world around us; we know the truth of Christ’s cosmic presence. We longingly look for the day when He will come again, and the latter will swallow up the former.