Andy B begins GoDeeper by explaining the idea of a tactical retreat when it comes to the military. He adds that making a tactical retreat is more deliberate than just retreating.
This week we are discussing the idea of tactical retreats – the idea of taking a break, and regrouping, so that you can go back into the fight. When we should take them, what we should do in them, and most of all, how Jesus went about taking them.
This week we are discussing taking risks and getting out of your comfort zone. Endurance is your weekly spiritual workout, whether you think of yourself as a beginner, an intermediate, or advanced!
Andy B delves deeper into this week’s theme from the angle of knowing who we are in Christ, i.e., knowing that we are free from our sins. He unpacks Psalm 139:23 by pointing out that being a Christian not only involves God encouraging us but also involves God cleaning out all the sin in our lives.
Endurance is your weekly spiritual workout, whether you think of yourself as a beginner, an intermediate, or advanced! This week we are discussing the idea of knowing our own strengths, weaknesses, and temptations in order to better develop in our physical fitness and in the faith.
This week we are discussing the idea of adapting to different situations without justifying sin. Endurance is your weekly spiritual workout, whether you think of yourself as a beginner, an intermediate, or advanced!
Sunday PLUS, Proverbs 2 Tomorrow we'll be carrying on with our look at the book of Proverbs, in the Old Testament, and what it can teach us.
Andy B begins this week’s episode of Endurance by first explaining what exactly we mean by the mundane with the emoji “meh.” He goes on to compare short-term happiness with the eternal joy of the Lord. Short-term happiness, or pleasure, obviously doesn’t last and could become a bit of an addiction.
This week’s episode of Endurance is all about going through the mundane. The firsts are great but after a while anything can become mundane, day in day out the same routine can become dull and uninteresting. But as Christians aren’t we supposed to be happy?