1. Even as he was dying, the heart of God poured itself out for the sake of sinners.
  2. I think the problem with the idea of eternity is that we do not have any direct experience of it, but we encounter enough of its possibility to be unsettling.
  3. The usual acclamation when one becomes King is: “Long live the King!” But this King of kings, this son of David, has come to die.
  4. If Jesus shows up and you are a sinner, ‘tis more blessed to receive than to give
  5. The words of Jesus shine with a graceful brilliance among the broken fragments of this world.
  6. Every incendiary move of God’s Spirit is accompanied by a group of penitent people rediscovering the power and preeminence of God’s Word.
  7. This parable does its surprising work of turning everything upside-down, as Christ’s Kingdom always does.
  8. The Kingdom will be manifest when the King wills it, and rest assured, He is a good King.
  9. We need to hear the gospel because it is good news that is not from you, or about you, or because of you.
  10. Stoicism’s opening premise fails to understand that, from its conception, the heart is a thorny bramble.
  11. Jesus cares about the daily details of ordinary bodies and creaturely comforts, just as He cares about the eternal well-being of our souls.

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