In looking at the prayers of a Pharisee and tax collector in a parable that Jesus gives, I will focus on the two different approaches to God that they reveal. On the surface of things, the Pharisee is by far the more devout and religious of the two, and yet what the parable reveals is that it is actually the tax collector who was justified and not the other. At a time of year when people are making resolutions towards bettering themselves, we will be looking at a few questions that we can ask of ourselves to ensure that we are staying centered upon His grace in a way which God is pleased by. Podcast available soon!
Beneath Two Prayers
January 6, 2019 • Stephen Lee • Luke 18:9-14
Discern His Voice
May 17, 2020 • Esther Youn Chung
One of the greatest ways we become like the world again without God, is with our fundamental identity and purpose. By God’s Word and character, we know that God’s voice is radically different to these default lies we so often carry about ourselves. Some may even be comforting lies we need to surrender before God, remember, the familiar is often more comforting than the unfamiliar, including God’s view of you.
Jesus and Nicodemus
May 24, 2020 • Sara Cho
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