The Disciple Jesus Loves / 1 John 4:9-10

The apostle John called himself the disciple whom Jesus loved. This is not a statement of arrogance, but of humble conviction. John did not mention himself by name in his gospel. He was simply saying that his identity was defined by the love of Jesus— a love that was confirmed via the cross. Is it…

A Religion Revolution / James 1:26-27

Nicholas Copericus inagurated a comological revolution in 1543. His propositions overturned the way folks had thought about the relationship between the earth and the sun. We need a similar revolution today. Not with cosmology, but in theology. We need to have a religion revolution. When this revolution takes place, God’s grace—rather than man’s goodness—becomes the…