The way of the Cross means following Jesus into meaningful risk, embracing weakness, and becoming vulnerable so that others can flourish. Yet, there really is no risk in the way of the Cross. We have nothing to lose and have all we need in Christ.
1 Corinthinans 4:1-7 shows the mindset of Paul’s rock solid confidence held with a distinctly humble hand. An essential passage for anyone seeking perspective in how to be a powerful servant of God.
This Extraordinary Child would be the one who delivers freedom from far more than political opressors— from sin and death itself! Isaiah 9:4-5
This Extraordinary Child would be the one who multiplies joy amongst us in our grief. Isaiah 9:3
This Extraordinary Child would be the one who brought light into the human darkness— He was that light! Isaiah 9:2
The grand product out of all of human history is God’s gathered family. Everything about human history and beyond belongs to God… and he has placed us in the lineup of honor. God receives glory by elevating the Son. The son takes glory by honoring and promoting His bride…. The church. She is the queen […]
God is passionate about His church and therefore cares deeply about how each one builds upon the gospel foundation with truth and sincerety. 1 Corinthians 3:10-17
How the Gospel gives us freedom to lay aside our natural tendency to gravitate toward those most likely to pat us on the back, and rather, toward those for whom Christ died and to whom He’s calling us today. All Cross City sermons can be found on our Vimeo page or at Crosscitychurch.org
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God delights in using people in their weakness to communicate for Him so that the wonder and power of God can be seen through them. 1 Corinthians 1:26-2:5.