Posts tagged Luke Miller
Growing into Christ

Ephesians 4:11–16. Discipleship is essentially this, “I’m just a beggar telling another beggar where to find bread.” Discipling someone else means that I’m trying to help them grow in their faith and to move a bit further down the road toward living a life that points to Jesus.

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The Devoted Life

Acts 2:42-47. Devotion denotes a love, loyalty, and enthusiasm with which to live. The early church prioritized their time, energy, and money for this particular purpose: to live for God and make him known. To have a gospel community like these earliest Christians, we should endeavor to devote ourselves as they did.

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Rooted & Built Up

Colossians 2:6–7. The Lord creates in us deep roots and builds in us a strong trunk and thick branches, so that we can weather the storm. And not just in the sense of, “I survived,” but weather it in the way that a live oak does—when the storm has passed, the leaves on the tree remain green.

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Witness

2 Timothy 1:8-14. So what does witness mean? In our everyday use of the word, the definition is, “one who sees and can provide an account.” We who call Jesus our savior and trust in His finished work on the cross have seen the good news and can give an account of its power in our lives. Our witness is our day-to-day functioning as believers, our daily living out of the gospel.

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