1. There is no AA for legalists. At least not officially. But there ought to be, and it should be called your local church.
  2. We are the fruit that grows from the branch, which extends from the trunk of the tree, which is rooted in the soil that it grows out of, which is all Christ.
  3. God never delights in seeing his children struggle or suffer. But God does desire that we trust him no matter what the circumstances might look like.
  4. Jesus will lead us through the deep waters onto the dry land of that celestial shore, where he will wipe away every tear from our eyes.
  5. The essence of what it means to be a son or daughter of Abraham, an inheritor of the Abrahamic promise, was irrevocably tethered to faith.
  6. Anderson encourages us to meditate upon the ways that Christ truly is the end of our exploring.
  7. How can he say it? How can he say that Christ is after all the entire meaning of life for him, and that death is no real worry?
  8. God knows that when we face insurmountable odds in our moments of weakness, we are more likely to turn to him in trust and reliance.
  9. We have to “remember” that God remembers us. He has not fallen away. For God to remember us means he is working for our good; a restoration.
  10. Faith sees your neighbor not as a means to an end, not as a way to score points, but as an object of love: Christ's love and yours.
  11. Jesus’s story in Luke 16 draws definitive attention to whom God helps — namely, God always comes close in order to help those who cannot help themselves.
  12. It is of the utmost importance that pastors teach their congregation that through faith in Jesus Christ, they are fortified against the machinations of the adversary.
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