The Lord is high above all nations, and his glory above the heavens. Who is like the Lord, our God, who sits enthroned on high, but lowers himself to consider the heavens and the earth. God takes up the weak out of the dirt, and lifts the poor from the ashes, setting them with the princes, the rulers of his people. You, O God, lift up the lowly and humble the proud, setting the table for us to eat together.

The Lord is high above all nations, and his glory above the heavens. Who is like the Lord, our God, who sits enthroned on high, but lowers himself to consider the heavens and the earth. God takes up the weak out of the dirt, and lifts the poor from the ashes, setting them with the … Continue reading The Lord is high above all nations, and his glory above the heavens. Who is like the Lord, our God, who sits enthroned on high, but lowers himself to consider the heavens and the earth. God takes up the weak out of the dirt, and lifts the poor from the ashes, setting them with the princes, the rulers of his people. You, O God, lift up the lowly and humble the proud, setting the table for us to eat together.

What’s the most important thing I can say about the Holy Spirit?Power? Tongues Gifts? No. Fellowship! Yes, fellowship is the deepest work of God’s Spirit. The Spirit of God is drawing us all of the time into a common life with one another. That is the central work of God’s Spirit — creating community. —Trevor Hudson

What’s the most important thing I can say about the Holy Spirit?Power? Tongues Gifts? No. Fellowship! Yes, fellowship is the deepest work of God’s Spirit. The Spirit of God is drawing us all of the time into a common life with one another. That is the central work of God’s Spirit — creating community. —Trevor … Continue reading What’s the most important thing I can say about the Holy Spirit?Power? Tongues Gifts? No. Fellowship! Yes, fellowship is the deepest work of God’s Spirit. The Spirit of God is drawing us all of the time into a common life with one another. That is the central work of God’s Spirit — creating community. —Trevor Hudson