Search ResultsThe Power of Persistence, Part 2 Alyce McKenzie’s commentary on Luke 18:9-14 focuses on the tax collector’s prayer, elucidating the difference between the genuine humility through which God can work and the self-deprecation that keeps us from trusting God to work.
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See more hymns... Peace and Justice in the Qur'an Robert Kruschwitz offers a study guide for comparing Islamic and Christian conceptions of peace and justice. The Qur'an has a high regard for peace, but not at the expense of justice. Justice This article by David Lose gives suggestions for approaching conflict as pastor, especially around issues of justice. Hymn: Zacchaeus Was A Tax Man This hymn was composed in 2010, and relates to Luke 19:1-10 by celebrating Jesus’ love for everyone and the call to work for justice for all. It is set to the tune, ANGEL'S STORY. Giving Voice to Justice This article by Joy Engelsman introduces several songs for worship that focus on justice, mercy, and the horizontal relationship between God’s people, hoping to fill in the gaps found in many churches' singing repertoire. Justice, kindness, and humility Courtney Clayton Jenkins offers a sermon starter on Micah 6:6-8 for a Sunday designated to celebrate pastors. "We honor those who have humbled themselves and committed their lives to the work of 'doing justice.'” Love or Justice? Justice flows from God's love, and God's love demands justice. One of the challenges of preaching Christ's forgiveness is to grasp how God deals with the problem of sin.