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1 John 4:11 is a verse that’s incredibly simple to comprehend, but don’t let its simplicity fool you. It has the potential to fundamentally change your relationships. It says, “Beloved, if God so loved us, we also ought to love one another.”

Community Groups are the place where we try to cultivate authentic Christian community with one another. That involves pursuing close relationships, meaningful conversations, and deep-rooted commitment.

A Christian’s heart is in heaven. That’s what they’re living for, that’s what they’re yearning for, and that’s where they so desire to be that they would literally be counting down the days if they knew how many days it would be.

When you’ve been granted spiritual sight in a way that transcends the intellect, no one can convince you otherwise.

If we want to be free, we have to embrace the right limitations.

If you're thirsty for more than this world has to offer, you're not alone. Thankfully, in John 7:37, Jesus gives an invitation to people just like you.

The more you become captivated by God’s beauty, supremacy, and love, the more joy you’ll experience as you live for his glory.

Whenever you alter the gospel in any way, you end up losing the gospel. You can’t change it without losing it.

Even though ministry will be filled with situations far beyond your ability to handle, look to Jesus to come through in a big way.

Far from being detached from our pain and suffering, Jesus understands from experience exactly what you’re going through and exactly how you feel. He’s suffered the way you’re suffering.