How dirty is your towel?

On the night of the Last Supper, Jesus took on the role of a servant--the lowest servant, at that--and washed the grime from his disciples' feet. The King of kings humbled himself enough to do the job none of the disciples would step in to do. The dirty job. He knelt down with a towel... Continue Reading →

Kept in perfect peace

Peace. It seems almost laughable in today's world that such a thing could even be claimed to exist. With wars taking place in various forms in countries across the globe, acts of violence on the rise, and tension between people destroying relationships left and right, we could probably all agree that we have a serious... Continue Reading →

Legalistic grace?

In my last post, I talked about the balance¬†between love and truth. I discussed the danger of going to either extreme, and mentioned hypocrisy as one of the results. Over the past week, I've been thinking about the contrast between legalism and grace, and everything in between. And after my pastor's sermon yesterday morning and... Continue Reading →

The paradox of love and truth

We're living in a world today where Christians largely fall to two extremes. The first: those who focus on loving others and accepting them for who they are so much that they lose the holiness and consideration of the truth that, as Christians, they should have. The second: those who focus so much on the... Continue Reading →

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