The Greatest Commandment

When I was in my early 20s, I read the book Mere Christianity, by C. S. Lewis.  As the title indicates, in this work Lewis tried to get to the core of Christianity, and I think he did a pretty good job.  He laid a good foundation by outlining the key elements of the Christian faith.  To do this, he wrote a small book of 190 pages; however, Jesus distilled all of the Law and the Prophets into only two sentences.

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The Power of Pure Religion

Have you ever met someone, as the saying goes, who was “all talk and no action”? They went to church religiously but they never got engaged in kingdom work. They claimed to love Jesus but outside of church no one could tell by how they talked or walked that they even knew Jesus. Religion for the sake of religion, or religion as a set of repetitive rituals, is empty and powerless, but religion as the overflow of a right relationship with Jesus Christ is a powerful force in the world.

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