Jesus says, ‘My job is the feeding; your job is the bringing.’
Jesus has warned us in advance, so we know what is to come, to keep our faith firm in the only one who can carry us safely to the end.
Worship is the submission of all our nature to God.
Do we know how to listen well? Do we know how to listen to God, and to those around us?
When Jesus says, ‘Give back to Caesar what is Caesar and to God what is God’s,’ is there anything more going on than a clever answer?
I didn’t want to keep people from dying; I wanted to show them how to live.
Garbage is a sign of provision. Potato peelings, apple cores, and squash seeds are silent witnesses that our Father is still feeding us.
The first song the people Israel sang in the Temple was: ‘God is good; his love endures for ever.’
There’s always more we can do in ministry, but God is not asking, ‘Can you do more?’ He is asking, ‘Do you love me?’
Without doubt we are wrong and would remain wrong in many of our convictions - we need to learn to sit humbly under the authority of the Bible.