Pursuing the Humility of the GospelFriday, June 29, 2012
Pursuing the Humility of the Gospel is an exposition of Jesus' brief story contrasting the prayer of the Pharisee with the prayer of the Publican, or tax collector. It is found in Luke 18.
- Part 1: You are NOT Pursuing the Humility of the Gospel if You Exlant in Yourself and Reject Christ's Righteousness
- Part 2: Why Jesus Chose a Pharisee for His Story
- Part 3: You are Pursuing the Humility of the Gospel When You Exalt in the Mercy of God and Humble Yourself
- Part 4: Do You Live Like You Have No Righteousness of Your Own?
- Part 5: Do You Pray Like a Tax Collector?
About the Author: Rob is a entrepreneur in Statesboro, GA, where he envisions and pursues missional-shaped business for the kingdom. He and his wife Sherri have been married for 18 years and together have three sons and a daughter. Rob believes the mission of the gospel is summed up in four simple phrases: know God, obey Jesus, make disciples, and plant churches. This is the pursuit of his life, as well as the point of his blog.