Legalism (or being legalistic) is a term used to describe (in Christian circles) the number of (and/or method of how) hoops are jumped through to keep one's salvation. For example, when one is saved, they are eventually (usually pretty quickly) given the list of things they are no longer allowed to do: no smoking, no drinking, no … Continue reading “Good” Legalism?
When I read Matthew 9:35-38 in the proper context, I broke into tears.
Father, I thank you for Jesus and His sacrifice. I thank you that I live in a place (and time) where I can not only worship you privately, but I can talk about you publicly. I thank you for my Brothers and Sister in Christ and I pray that you would stir within us a … Continue reading My Prayer For The (Global) Church
And now, O Lord, give us, your servants, great boldness in preaching your word. Stretch out your hand with healing power; may miraculous signs and wonders be done through the name of your holy servant Jesus. Acts 4:29-30 (NLT)