Matthew chapter five says, Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God. Do we actually lay eyes on Him? And what does that really mean?
We all run into disagreements now and again. Whether it’s at home, the workplace, or even in church, it’s helpful to know how to resolve arguments gracefully.
It doesn’t seem fair that those who promote peace can fall under persecution. And yet, it happens time and time again. We’re looking at the beatitude, “Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness sake.”
When Jesus chose the men who would become His disciples, He had a vision for their future. One day they would change the world!
If you spend much time cooking, you know the difference a little salt can make. Just a pinch adds a lot of flavor!
For centuries, followers of God have been called to live a life of faith and obedience to God, in a world that chooses its own way over God’s way.
What did Jesus mean when He called His followers the salt of the earth? Let's explore what it means to be salt to those around us.
It’s hard to imagine salt losing its saltiness. It doesn’t seem possible! Let's study the historical context of Jesus’ command to never lose our saltiness!
If someone were to say you’re “the light of the world,” how would you respond? There’s a lot packed into that little metaphor!