by Michael Boggs
We've all heard the question, "what would Jesus do," but have you ever wondered what he would undo? The New Testament is filled with Jesus undoing anything that causes separation between God and the people he loves. What would Jesus undo in today's culture? The answer is a lot.
Throughout the New Testament, Jesus undoes barriers of impotent religion (or religion that can't produce life in us), so that he can have a more intimate relationship with his people. Some of those barriers are still in existence today and they are keeping people away from God instead of drawing them closer to him.
If Jesus were to actually walk into your church, your home, or your life, are there things he would undo? Sooner or later that's the question we all must wrestle with. If Jesus is undoing something in our life, we can be sure that it's for our good and for God's glory. Let the undoing begin.
Michael Boggs is best known as a musician, singer, and songwriter. He's toured the world, become a sought-after songwriter, and leads worship for thousands. However, he never planned to be a musician, much less an author. Boggs has come to realize that God's plans are not always what we expect. Since 2006, Michael has been the worship leader at a fast-growing young adult gathering, Kairos, in Brentwood, Tenessee, hosting nearly 1,000 college students and young adults every week. He has also served as a regular guest worship leader at various churches, including Max Lucado's church, Oak Hills, in San Antonio, Texas. Through words that heal, convict, and speak love and bravery directly into people's hearts, God is using Boggs to minister every day, and to lead others on their own surprising journeys of faith.
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