Wesley wrote many hymns that poetically describe the identity of Jesus, including seasonal hymns for Advent, Christmas, and Easter. The question, “Who is Jesus?” is vital for us to think about. And although we cannot possibly fully answer that question because human language is insufficient to do so, each of us sharing our partial answers together begin to paint a fuller picture of Jesus than we could on our own, with the goal of becoming more and more like him.
“Made Like Him”: Hymns about Jesus
Passage: Hebrews 12:1-3
Series: Charles in Charge
“If we do it right, we might be able to evolve a form of work that taps into our uniquely human capabilities and restores our humanity. The ultimate paradox is that this technology may become a powerful catalyst that we need to reclaim our humanity.”– John Hagel The emergence of
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