Today is the fifth Sunday of Lent and we continue our journey to the cross. Our reading is taken from Philippians 3:4-14.
We value so many things in this world. Many of them are good things and gifts from God himself. But in light of Jesus, Paul considers everything else as rubbish. What is it about Jesus that makes him of such infinite value?
Read this week’s Bible passage: Philippians 3:4-14 [NIV]
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Today is the fourth Sunday of Lent and we continue our journey to the cross. Our reading is taken from Luke 15:1-3, 11-32.
We love the idea of a God who is merciful towards us and forgiving of our sins and failures, but sometimes we also want a God who carries out swift discipline towards those whom we deem deserving of judgement. Of all the stories Jesus told, this parable is the most beautiful, enduring, and challenging. It upsets our ideas of how God treats people and it pushes us to change our attitudes towards others. It's a snapshot of the Gospel which is good news for both the religious and irreligious alike.
Read this week’s Bible passage: Luke 15:1-3, 11-32 [NIV]