As Jesus finishes up his sermon on the plain, he extends a warning for those that are particularly thinking well about themselves and poorly of others. The way we view ourselves as recipients of grace and mercy should have a direct effect on the way that we view, treat, and speak to others. When we apply the foundational element of humility in our lives- our walk with Christ will flourish in all seasons.
Thousands of years ago, people still had questions about the life and words of Jesus. Not long after the death of Jesus, a physician named Luke set out to investigate many of the stories surrounding his life, death, and resurrection. In his letter, Luke invites and answers many of the questions we have still today about this man who calls himself the son of the living God. No matter where you are and what you've been through, God's not scared of your past or your questions. Neither is Exchange. Bring your questions and your past and find a God and church that loves you.