In the first call to “one another” one another in the New Testament, we receive the call to covenantally commit to seeking the good of others. We do so by personally living righteously and corporately striving for peace in our Christian family.
Perhaps you recall the song that begins, “I’m so glad I’m a part of the family of God.” Sometimes we might be gladder than at other times. Nevertheless, it beats the alternative. Just observe the previous passage where the children of the devil were front
We serve a beautiful Saviour. We have seen much of his beauty in these opening chapters of Mark’s story, and we will see a whole lot more of it in the rest of the story. But, so far, what has impressed me the most is
Who are you? That is a most important question—a most important existential question (i.e. a question that has everything to do with our existence). It is not unrelated to the question, why are you here? These two questions go hand in hand. If we answer