Once we have experienced our spiritual “awakening” based on our discussion in part 2 of our series, we are ready to take the next step, which is to become spiritually “aware”.
We are living in a time of fear-inducing chaos, when darkness is rising. We must embrace our responsibility to God and our neighbors to bring the light.
When reading Scripture, there is no shortage of profound spiritual mystery, interaction, and activity, so why is Christianity seen as more organized than spiritual?
There are many benefits of hard work in the Bible. Our capacity to grow can only be sustained if we understand the spirituality of hard work.
“Deep Awareness” is a spiritual sensitivity to God and his Word that awakens our conscience, and stirs up the transformative power of the Holy Spirit for change. This awareness keeps us from slipping back into old patterns of life or attitudes of mind.
“Deep Destiny” is our theme for the day. The question you will be asking is whether or not you believe God has a destiny for your life.
When Jesus spoke, he described a vision. This vision was of a world changed by his kingdom, and those who listened were transfixed.
In the midst of our celebration, we want to make certain we don’t forget God. Ironically, I have discovered during the brisk pace of the holiday season it can be easy to lose our heart for God.