God knew we would struggle to rest. In the beginning of creation, we see God rest from His work. God is not resting because He needs it, but because we do.
It’s easy for us to make resting about something we’re not doing, but our inability to rest is more likely about something we’re not believing.
As we deal with the hurry of our lives, it’s easy for us to become worried about everything coming next for us. Sometimes we think this is a new problem. But in Matthew 6, Jesus helps us address this in our life.
As we conclude our series, “IN,” will we come to understand that Jesus is everything to us?
Throughout our relationship with Christ we will have moments of recognition and realization of our own sinfulness. How will we respond?
If we know that we are in Christ and Christ is in us, what does that relationship look like on a consistent basis? We will look at Jesus’ answer in John 15.
It can be easy to find yourself trying to live for Jesus, without Jesus. Who will help us live for Christ? Jesus has an interesting answer to this question in John 16.