God is not the conduit through which we discover our purpose. Rather, I believe that He, Himself is our purpose, “For in Him, we live, move and have our being,” (Acts 17:28, see also Rom. 11:36).
For a long time, Communion has been something that freaks me out a little. It happens at regular intervals within the Gentile church experience, and it scares me mostly because of how somberly I usually see it performed. Typically, I hear lots of emphasis on the need to have a right heart before God. OneContinue reading “This is My Body”