This Advent season, we’ve talked about how God comes to us as a humble king of hope, peace, and joy. This week, we’re talking about how God also comes to us as a humble king of love and answering the question, what is God’s love really like?
This Advent, we’re focusing on welcoming Christ into our lives as the Humble King. A key part of the story of the birth of Jesus, of God coming to earth, is Joy! So how do we open up the door to more joy in our lives this holiday season?
Jesus invites us saying “Come, follow me, and I will make you…”. So what is God making you? Michael explores this passage in Matthew 4 and explains how God has created us with unique gifts which, if we follow Him, will be used to fulfill our innermost desires.
We’ve often read the parable of the sheep and the goals from Matthew 25 as only referring to special acts of giving and serving the poor, but what if Jesus seems is relating our entire eternal destiny to how we serve others through our work.
Everyone is unique so we each experience the gospel of Christ quite differently. Michael walks us through Paul’s journey in Acts chapter 17 as he proclaims the good news in different ways to different people, all the while encouraging us to do the same.
Hearing God’s voice is the key experience of Christianity. Michael shares how Paul and his companions heard God’s leading and direction in Acts 16 and how we can develop an ability to listen to Him like that too.