Our spiritual task is to die to self and live to God.
Jesus, expressing divine empathy, chooses a parenting metaphor.
Our Lord does not disdain to experience the opposition that his Church faces.
In response to his disciples’ apparent meager supplies, Jesus speaks a word of creation into nothingness.
For the kingdom of God, value is not limited to one space in history.
The Spirit of God, as we keep in step with him, is daily performing soul surgery on us.
Jesus challenges us to be sure we are a field well cultivated, and to help the Church be the same.
Jesus’ paradoxes reveal that motivation is more powerful than evidence for his hearers.
Once Judah began listening to inauthentic prophets, discerning the true voice of God became more and more difficult.
Persecution has come and gone for the body of Christ, much like the seasons’ variability.