Kami spoke to us on what it means to have a foundation in Jesus. Specifically, she focused on Matthew 7:24-29.
In this passage, Jesus speaks of three men who build houses on three different foundations. Because of these different foundations, each man's house holds up differently to the storms that come.
Kami reminded us that Jesus is not the sender of storms, though; instead, He is the foundation that holds up the house. He is the one who redeems terrible situations.
We also looked at the same story, but from Luke 6:
The word "radical" comes from the Latin word radix, which means root. Kami spoke of a radical life: one that has cleared out all of the unnecessary and built up a foundation in Jesus. Kami left us with a couple questions to reflect on:
What do we need to dig through to get to the solid foundation that is Jesus? What would we have to give up to follow Jesus?