Now someone else was doing the coaching. Someone else was speaking into her life and guiding her. It was the perfect metaphor for my new place in my daughter’s life—the bleachers, cheering her on...
As we read the Gospels, we see Jesus use mundane incidents from tiny Nazareth to compose wise lessons that would impact the world.
My new insight was that God’s strategic plan for reaching Babylon included a radically different type of mission strategy. Unlike us, he targeted the leaders.
Pretty much every sermon I’ve heard about the apostle Peter describes him as someone who got into trouble primarily because he was a headstrong, impulsive, know-it-all.
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