Some think we should sell everything and give it all away, or that we should be constantly rearranging the furniture of our lives. It’s almost as though they think not having an experience like Abram’s–where God calls you to leave everything and go to the land he will show you–is a lack of integrity or disobedience.
That’s not what Paul called for when he gave instructions for ordinary Christians pursuing radical Christ-likeness in displays of crazy love.
How did Paul expect Christians to be revolutionary?
I sought to exposit what he says in the second chapter of Titus this past Sunday at Kenwood: Titus 2:1-15 – Behavior that Commends the Gospel