We were made for the waters of God’s love. And a fish out of water isn’t free—it’s dead.
We are more sinful AND more loved in Christ than we ever realized.
Love trumps voting, both in power and in glory.
The grace of Jesus transforms us into friends who truly love others.
Evidence we are lost is seen in the increasingly common exchange of the love of God for the love of dog.
The only thing that matters is faith expressing itself through love.
The gospel kills what threatens to rob God’s love of its power.
God doesn’t save imaginary sinners. So let your sins be big, but let your trust in Christ be bigger.
Every Christian is either a missionary or an impostor, for we always speak of what we love.
Faithful are the wounds of a friend; profuse are the kisses of an enemy.
Though we are unfaithful to God, he is more than faithful to us in Christ.
The evidence that God loves us is found not in our circumstances but in the work of Jesus.