Every time I eat, I am invited to celebrate God’s good creation and redemption. My health message should be part of the gospel of how a compassionate God works to heal and restore our bodies and the Earth.
The Searcher of hearts asks us, “Do you wish to be made well?”
It takes faith to see the deeper meaning behind the tragedies that plague us. We often do not know why plagues fall, and life can be confusing without a voice from heaven to reveal the answers or angels from heaven to assist us. This is why I am intrigued by the seven bowl plagues held by the heavenly angels in the final end.
Christians really have a unique message for the world. We don’t have to let the smiting of the firstborn define God’s character, for He allowed Himself to be hung on a cruel cross and even chose to have this done on Passover day. The cross is the defining moment for God’s love. Jesus transforms how these stories and the scripture are read.
Not only is a plant-based diet scientifically proven to be good for your health, but whole-plant foods just taste better to me
God’s grace is so beautiful to me; it’s like a compassionate father running to welcome his prodigal son home and wrapping him in arms of uncondemning love, where willfulness and shame disappear.
We must not forget that Christianity began as a nonviolent revolution and counterculture movement of other-centered love. The birth of Jesus is the event that changed history; it is a story for everyone.
God’s unimaginable beauty and presence in the person of Jesus is the best gift imaginable—a gift as surprising as it is beautiful. It’s the God we have always wanted and dreamed of. Love, hope, peace, redemption, and wonder—these are only possible because of Him.
Just as the last Sanctuary compartment was filled with the radiant presence of God, the innermost chamber behind the veil anticipates a glorious world to come, which in theological terms, will be shaped just like the most holy place
According to John the Baptist, Jesus is the greatest, and he would have us constantly confess this greatness.