Jesus’ presence transforms any place—even the harshest of homes and the unlikeliest of hearts—into places of grace. And that grace changes the way we view ourselves, others and Jesus himself.
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How do you deal with the losing something deeply significant or being deeply disappointed? Where do you go when the bottom falls out and you can’t seem to find God? Through examining Genesis 22, as Abraham is called by God to sacrifice his one and only son, Isaac, we see that even in the midst of trials and a lack of understanding about the cause of such suffering, the Lord will provide.
Scott Seaton is the pastor of Emmanuel Presbyterian Church in Arlington, Virginia.
We all want to be be influential and know that our lives matter. But what does gospel-centered influence look like? The most influential person in the New Testament might surprise you, as we learn that grace is the focus of a truly significant life.
Study guide: 07.25.10 Gospel-Centered Influence