Prove It: Do It Big (Dawn @ Field)

December 22, 2011

The Bible tells us the point of Jesus was that God loved the wholeworld. That’s everyone. Part of making Jesus real is to think big and reach far. It might be inconvenient and require some sacrifice, but stretch your arms out like Jesus did to make a difference in someone’s life you don’t know and watch God get real.

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Prove It: Be It (Greg @ Field)

December 22, 2011

Your life is evidence of something. Just what is the question. Jesus’ life was pretty convincing evidence to a lot of people in his time that God was real and afoot in their world. What about yours? Does your life, without all your words and layers of action, say that God is afoot in the world? It can and that doesn’t mean being perfect, churchy, holier-than-thou or boring. It does mean you’ve just become a pretty awesome Christmas present – kinda like Jesus.

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Prove It: Do It Little (Dawn @ Field)

December 22, 2011

The prophet Isaiah poetically anticipates the laying out of the red carpet for the coming King.  You know, every valley shall be raised up and every mountain made low, the rough ground made level and the rough places a plain.  But then the King comes...and goes...and in a lot of ways nothing looks or feels all that differently.  And I don't think we expect a constant stream of signs and wonders but we wouldn't mind if God could throw us a bone now and then!  But what if God is doing exactly that?  What if we're actually surrounded by signs...and what if we (yeah, you and I) are actually one of God's wonders?

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