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Finding Jesus in the Story of Creation

Finding Jesus in the Story of Creation

  The entire Old Testament points to the coming of the Messiah in the New Testament. We find this from the very first letter and word in Genesis, which reveals that Creation itself was made through the Messiah — that He was the agent of Creation. The story of the Creation sets the foundation of

The Messiah in the Desert

  When the word “desert” comes to mind, most people think of a barren, sweltering, uninhabitable, hostile, waterless, sandy, and lifeless place. Spiritually, the desert is often a place of wandering, testing, isolation, dryness, and waiting. All these images contain aspects of truth, but there is much more to the desert — and to wilderness

God created the world with the creativity of a grand-master artist, but also with wisdom and understanding.

Everything God Made, He Made with Wisdom

  When we look at the world around us, the diversity of Creation is amazing. God didn’t create a world without color or one season. Instead, He made a world awash with color, packed with variety, differing seasons, and various sounds. When we look at the world around us, we realize that God, the Creator,

Humility isn’t always natural; it’s something we practice. We don’t get to have big egos as believers. We’re servants, humble as Jesus was, without pride. It’s a beautiful thing!

Calling and Character Always Go Together

  Moses was eighty years old when God strengthened him to lead the children of Israel out of Egypt. God gave Moses a new strength to perform a divine mission and calling at eighty years old. But why did Moses initially resist God’s call? Strangely, it had to do with his character. Moses’ humility endeared

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