We “know in part,” Paul says. But what we know is hugely significant.
The gospel changes how we think of the relationship between God and the government.
Jesus’ miracles weren’t random acts of kindness, but signs of the king and his kingdom.
Everybody worships. You gotta serve somebody. Only Jesus satisfies.
Who you are is who you will be, so be who you will become.
The Spirit of God moves us onwards and upwards as we grow in Christ.
Satan’s lie and God’s promise are, “You will be like God.” Grace makes all the difference.
The cross of Christ is the ultimate answer to every injustice.
Jesus is the God who suffers with us and the God suffers for us, too.
Jesus farted. And that matters a lot more than you might think.
The hard things are just for now. The good things will be forever. The best things are yet to come.
You are what you worship, either for ruin or for restoration.