True Treasure

GUWG-Money-SwirlWe continue our 40-day journey deeeeep into the  of Jesus.

We’re sitting at Jesus’ feet listening to the greatest sermon ever preached: the Sermon on the Mount.

What’s your investment strategy? Here’s what Jesus suggests:

The Heart of the Bible

GUWG-Heart-BibleWe continue our 40-day journey deeeeep into the  of Jesus.

We’re sitting at Jesus’ feet, listening to the greatest sermon ever preached: the Sermon on the Mount.

Today, Jesus summarizes the ♥ of the Bible in 13 words:

Go Fast

GUWG-Cross-BlueWe continue our 40-day journey deeeeep into the  of Jesus.

We’re sitting at Jesus’ feet listening to the greatest sermon ever preached: the Sermon on the Mount.

Today, Jesus dives into a subject you don’t hear a whole lot about these days: FASTING. Here’s what he said:

How TO Pray

GUWG-Praying-Hands-BibleWe continue our 40-day journey deeeeep into the  of Jesus.

We’re sitting at Jesus’ feet listening to the greatest sermon ever preached: the Sermon on the Mount.

Yesterday, Jesus taught us how NOT to pray. Today, he tells us how TO pray in 53 of the most beautiful words ever spoken.

Pray through each and every one right now with all your .

How NOT to Pray

GUWG-Pray-Hands-newWe continue our 40-day journey deeeeep into the  of Jesus.

We’re sitting at Jesus’ feet listening to the greatest sermon ever preached: the Sermon on the Mount.

Today, we start looking at what Jesus said about prayer. He begins by telling us how NOT to pray:

Real Giving

GUWG-HeartWe continue our 40-day journey with Jesus to the Cross and beyond.

We’re sitting at Jesus’ feet listening to the greatest sermon ever preached: the Sermon on the Mount.

Today, Jesus cuts right to the very  of the matter:

Revolutionary Love

GUWG-Cross-HeartWe continue our 40-day journey deeeeep into the  of Jesus.

We’re sitting at Jesus’ feet listening to the greatest sermon ever preached: the Sermon on the Mount.

Today, we come to what a theologian named John Stott called the “highest point of the Sermon on the Mount.” I love how he describes it:

It is both most admired and most resented, namely the attitude of total love which Christ calls us to show towards one who is evil and our enemies. Nowhere is the challenge of the Sermon greater. Nowhere is the distinctness of the Christian counter-culture more obvious. Nowhere is our need of the power of the Holy Spirit (whose first fruit is love) more compelling.

Pray through these words with all your :