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Micah looks forward to the day when a ruler will come from Bethlehem and shepherd the people of God as God himself would. Interestingly, Micah also says that this one that is to come is from ancient times. Scripture: Micah 5:1-4 & Luke 1:46-55
Mark 10:20-28 As Christ has served us, so are we to serve one another. We are not here just to take up space, but to be a blessing.
We talk about the church being “the body of Christ” and Paul writes about it in this passage (1 Cor. 12:12-20;24b-27). As people who grew up with a “Western” mindset, however, we tend to be very individualistic. Still we are a community; one body. We celebrate that today as we celebrate the sacrament on the […]
The Two Great Commandments, often referred to as a summary of the law, ought to be the basis of how we live. People wear WWJD bracelets to remind them to ask the question, “What would Jesus do?” when they are met with difficult decisions. We might equally well ask, “how can I show love for […]
Sabbath Rest Labor Day, which was originally established as a celebration of labor, is not most often enjoyed as a break from work. The need for a day of rest is hardly a new thing. God thought of that idea at the time of creation and Jesus helped to define it in his conversation with […]
Perhaps the most well-known passage from Micah, we find the ultimate answer of what God asks of us. The answer: “To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.” If only we could actually do it.