Blogging is perfect for making lots of posts on different subjects that flow down the page like a news feed! But the downside is that a post-by-post series spread over months can not only lose its momentum and seem sort of piecemeal, but is simply hard-to-find and follow! This page meets a very practical need: A table-of-contents for the “Christ is All Series.”
The “Christ is All Series” explores Christ-Centered Christianity. Why a series on the obvious? Well, it’s not so obvious to most Christians! How do I know that? Answer: Christianity does NOT WORK for most Christians. They go to church, they go to Bible Studies, they pray, they try to change – but they remain defeated, trapped in the sins they brought to Christianity, have marriages that aren’t joyous, kids that aren’t “saints,” etc. So, they switch churches, read the latest best-selling books, listen to Christian music all day long, pray for God to take away their sins or help their marriages or their kids or their job, even go to counseling, but, alas, life is still difficult and defeated. The last thing they want to hear is, “The Bible COMMANDS you to ‘Rejoice, Always!’ as it is completely foreign to their life.
How is this series different? I’m not asking you to believe me or my opinion. You will find that this series bleeds profusely with God’s word on the subject. All I ask is that you spend MOST of your time reading, studying and meditating on the WORDS OF GOD in my series. My words are not inspired. God’s words ARE INSPIRED. What does that mean? Hebrews 4:12 tells us: “12 For the word of God is living and active and sharper than any two-edged sword, and piercing as far as the division of soul and spirit, of both joints and marrow, and able to judge the thoughts and intentions of the heart.” God’s words are ALIVE. NO other words can claim that. God, Himself, is His Word (John 1:1), and His words CAN and WILL change you IF you are willing to live your life HIS WAY. Look, He created you, keeps you alive (that breath you just took was literally just given to you by Him), and He has promised to grow you into what we call “Christ-likeness” (Philippians 1:6). But you have to work out your side too (Philippians 2:12)!
With this page, you can follow the series in order!
1. Has being a Christian turned out to be everything you’d thought and hoped it would be? Start here! Be sure to READ ALL the VERSES!