Disciples of Jesus don’t create to draw attention to themselves or leave a legacy of their accomplishment. Instead they create in order to draw attention to the one worth paying attention to. From Andrew Peterson. …art shouldn’t be about self-expression or self-indulgence. Art should’t be about self. The paradox is that art is necessarily created …

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The path of self-righteousness is lined with knowledge of who Jesus is, but not knowing how much we personally need him. When we reach that point of need then we have a Saviour that we don’t just offer to others, we have a Saviour that has met our very personal need. From Rebecca Reynolds: My …

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The human goal of fulfilling ourselves demands that our efforts to do so are invested in that which we can achieve; but anything that we can achieve is not enough to satisfy our souls. The Christian believes their fulfilment is not based on what we achieved, but on who has come to dwell within us. …

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