His Kingdom is to be a realm where people treat one another with the honor, dignity, care, and love that they themselves desire. It’s a beautiful vision for life, and one that we all fall woefully short of. And that’s why Jesus came.
Over time, we learn to value what He values and to trust that He always provides what is good for us, even when it doesn’t make sense from our vantage point.
Last week we considered Jesus’ teaching on anxiety. In the context, Jesus is teaching that faith in God’s Eternal Kingdom and His Fatherly care sets us free from the anxiety that comes from living for material things. The truth is easy to understand, but it can be challenging and complicated to apply.
You have a heavenly Father who is paying attention to your life and who will provide all that you really need to experience the life that is truly life.
Positional clarification and Gospel centering on the issue of Racial Justice from part one of the Love Your Neighbor Seminar on Monday, October 12, 2020. See video and other resources from the seminar at parkchurchdenver.org/neighbor.
Fasting is not to earn God’s love. Rather, it is an expression of a hunger to know and experience more of the Father’s power and love towards His children.
This life-transforming invitation to commune and converse with your heavenly Father lies at the heart of what Jesus came to provide for His followers. He came to reconcile us to God.
What does it mean to love our neighbor through engagement in the political sphere? What does it look like to love people we disagree with?
He came while we were sinners, indeed, while we were enemies. Christ died for us as a transformative demonstration of the love of our Father in Heaven. At its core, the Kingdom of God is a Kingdom of love.