We don’t often think about it as much as we should, but we are all building legacies, relationships, reputations, and the like. We can be incredibly focused on our work as we build these parts of our lives, and we can also be neglectful. What habits and behaviors are holding you back from shaping the life you desire?
After years of being involved in a manufacturing industry, I’ve always been intrigued by the “conversion factor” of raw materials. » Are you living a life of purpose, integrity, impact, legacy, and multiplication? Allow God to partner with you to have a larger-than-life conversion factor.
Over the last few weeks, we have discussed the Holy Spirit, the person and work of Jesus, and what It looks like to practically obey and follow Jesus in all season of life. This week we are engaging the topic of repentance and the biblical vision for repentance in the life of the believer.
In week 2 we see that Jesus teaches us that our love for him is most clearly expressed through obedience to his commands, which are summed up by loving God and loving others. This is impossible for us to do by ourselves, however, so Jesus gives us the Holy Spirit, who is just like Jesus in spirit. The Holy Spirits renews our hearts and the way we desire to live for God and serve others.