In or Out?

How close should we be to Jesus? One little world paints the picture:

in

He doesn’t want us just to know about him. Or simply to be with him. He wants us to go much deeper than that. He wants the closest, most intimate relationship imaginable. He wants us to be in him.

NO WORRIES WEEK

Tired?  Stressed? Overwhelmed?

You don’t have to be. Here’s what Jesus said:

Imitate Jesus

It’s SHARE YOUR FAITH WITHOUT FREAKING OUT WEEK.

Yesterday, we shared some “To Don’ts.” Today, we’ll start sharing some “To Do’s.”

We’ll begin here:

Imitate Jesus. (1 Corinthians 11:1)

Was evangelism a priority for Jesus? Let’s look at his first and last recorded words to his disciples:

Love Your Enemies. Now. Seriously.

Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you. (Matthew 5:44)

Think of the one person on this planet whom you despise more than anyone else. Here’s what Jesus says we should do about people like that:

Love them.
Pray for them.

What would happen if people actually took Jesus’ words seriously? Think we’d have less war? Fewer shootings in our neighborhoods?

Do You Believe?

It’s BIG QUESTIONS WEEK here on GUWG where all week long we’ve been looking at deep, thought-provoking ?s posed in the Bible.

One day, two blind men came to Jesus. They wanted to see. He asked them a simple question that cut right to the heart of the matter:

Do you believe I can make you see?

Their response?

Yes, Lord, we do.

Why Are You So Afraid?

It’s BIG QUESTIONS WEEK here on GUWG, where all week long we’re looking at deep, thought-provoking ?s from the Bible.

Jesus and the disciples were hanging out in a boat one night. A violent storm suddenly broke out. Waves started pounding the boat and it was nearly swamped.

The disciples were freaking. Jesus was sleeping.

So they woke him up. “Don’t you care if we drown?” they asked him.

Who Is This Guy?

It’s BIG QUESTIONS WEEK here on GUWG, where all week long we’re looking at deep, thought-provoking ?s from the Bible.

Jesus asked lots of questions. One day he asked his disciples this one:

Who do the crowds say I am?