From now until Christmas, we’re going back to the basics and looking at the life of Jesus so we can simply learn to be like Him. Jake opens the series with a look at how Jesus walked – and not, of course, in the pedometer sense.
They will know we are Christians by our love: What does that love look like? Jesus’s love was … well, a little different. Guest speaker Scott Scruggs explains.
Imagine it, the Son of God washing the feet of His disciples: it was shocking, intimate, outlandish, and probably a little awkward. Jesus told us to go and do likewise, to wash each other’s feet. Today we’re looking at that strange, powerful encounter verse by verse to learn what it means to truly serve each other.
This, then, is how you should pray, said Jesus, and what follows is the most famous prayer in all of Scripture. Today, rather than turn it into a formula or checklist, we walk through each of its verses and phrases, looking for the heart and intent as we study how Jesus taught us to talk to our Father.
Jesus may be the most famous preacher ever to have lived. And if you don’t think of yourself as a preacher, that’s okay… because telling the story of Jesus is something anyone can do. Today, we learn from how He did it.