Your Kingdom Come

\”Thus, when Jesus told his followers to pray, \”Your kingdom come,\” He was making them participants in His own mission to spread the reign of God on this planet so that it might reflect the way God’s reign is established in heaven to this day.\” (R.C. Sproul, The Prayer of the Lord, 46)

Too Human

\”The human race is, was, and probably always will be deeply unwilling to accept a human messiah. We don’t want to be saved in our humanity; we want to be fished out of it. We crucified Jesus not because he was God but because he blasphemed: he claimed to be God and then failed to …

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