All in As Seen on Sunday

Prayer of the Trapped Man - As Seen on Sunday

When you run from God you end up at a dead end, or quite possibly in the middle of a giant fish's digestive tract. The simple truth of the matter is this: every day we run away from what God asks us to do. We choose to follow our own desires rather than submit to God's command. 

Inevitably this leads us to a place where we are trapped. But what if that trap was a trap of God's grace? What we are able to learn about God, ourselves, and our world while being trapped is the focus of this week's As Seen on Sunday

Adopted into Suffering - As Seen On Sunday

Paul says we are co-heirs with Christ. This means we will receive the same inheritance as Jesus. This is both the spiritual blessings that believers receive on earth as well as being reunited with God in the kingdom of heaven. But it's not only the #blessings aspects of the inheritance that we are "entitled" to. It also says "provided we suffer with him in order that we may also be glorified with him."

God's ToS - As Seen On Sunday

You might be familiar with being blessed when you go in and when you go out. You might have heard that your enemies will flee seven ways as a motivational speech. but have you heard what comes before and after these blessings? I doubt it. Those who promise blessings from God leave out a big part of this “if” “then” statement. 

No Justice. No Joy. - As Seen on Sunday

One of the central themes of Lamentations is simply this: When you pursue that which is opposite of God you get what is opposite of God. 

Don't be fooled by the simplicity. This is not a "duh!" moment. This is a cosmic truth that people either don't realize or flat out ignore, that is until it is too late.