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We can’t do diddly; God’s mercy alone is sufficient

4 But when the kindness and love of God our Savior appeared, 5 he saved us, not because of righteous things we had done, but because of his mercy. — Titus 3 God prefers to work when we give up on our own efforts and realize how utterly dependent we are on his mercy. In the same way, he works best in…

A huge mighty God who chooses the least likely, such as nursing, and the Cross

“A huge, mighty God who chooses the least likely.” — Shai Linne, Election God prefers to use the unlikeliest, even the taboo, to glorify himself, for example, using a woman nursing her husband to bring unrivaled stability to marriages. Or his Son becoming a curse to rescue sinful men from the curse of sin, which…

An imperial symbol of torture and execution has miraculously become a globally-recognized token of grace. Torture and execution is somehow now our victory symbol. The same act meant to nourish infants is now being rediscovered for what it is– a rare gift between a man and woman, with power to save marriages on the rocks.…