When our bodies are injured, most of us know what we need to do to resolve the injury, or we go to a doctor. But when we encounter disappointments or difficulties in life and our souls are injured — we don’t know how to handle it. As a result, many are living with unresolved wounds in our souls which affect our lives and limit our freedom far more than we realize. But how do you resolve unresolved wounds?
Jesus is usually seen as gentle, meek, and mild. But there is another side of Jesus: His fierce commitment to liberate human hearts from spiritual captivity, blindness, and oppression.
God wants to reveal Himself to us, and one of the ways He does that is through others. When we have that perspective, it gives us the courage to embrace community more and step away from old patterns of relating to people.
Jesus told us the greatest commandment was to love God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength. But is that realistic? What does loving God actually look like in our lives?
As a church, we are driven by a passion for Jesus and his purposes in the earth, but what does it really mean to have a passion for Jesus? We take a look at the parable of the 10 virgins as we discover that at the center of a passion for Jesus is an authentic relationship with the person of Jesus.