What do you live for? I’ve known people who live to work, to eat, to play a sport, for pleasure, to travel, and for many other things. What would God say you live for? Usually we are passionate about the things we live for. We think and talk about them and make room in our schedules to do them. We might even say we love them. I aim to engage you at a deep level and help you rethink your life and relationships with God and others.
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Chariot of Fire Blog
Is there a more relevant and necessary question that Jesus could ask us as we close out 2020 and launch into a new year? Jesus asked this question of Peter, one of His closest disciples, during a major transition in the up-and-coming apostle’s life. Peter was transitioning from his weak and self-interested life before the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus to his Spirit-filled life after the crucifixion and resurrection. So Jesus asked him, “Peter, do you love Me?” Peter was surely painfully aware of his failures in the past, most specifically his denying that he knew Jesus.
Take care! Be on the alert! Be on guard! Watch out! These are various warning phrases used by Jesus, Peter, Paul, and the writer of Hebrews. How careful, alert, and watchful are you for the following dangers?