Reflections on Psalm 30 by Jordan Farrell.
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Being led by the Spirit is directly opposite of working at our own agendas, even though our intentions may be good. It will be obvious whether we are being led by the Spirit because the result will be marked by a Spirit-transformed character and a spirit of unity in our midst. It is possible to […]Continue Reading →
Jonathan reflects on the characters in Luke 7:36-8:3, which in turn demonstrates the character of God. Jesus, in relation to Simon the Pharisee and the woman with the ointment (and others) reveals God as an eager guest and welcoming host. Church today, and this congregation, are a bunch of characters as well. Characters who can reflect […]Continue Reading →
Luke 7:11-17 tells a story of Jesus raising a young man from the dead, inviting us to consider how we might expect life, even in situations and with people that we think are lifeless. In the midst of death, you might be surprised by life. The life that comes by way of the deep compassion […]Continue Reading →