This book is about discovering together how to understand and live the Greatest Commandment. We’re not after the “art of thinking about God a little differently.” We’re here to uncover the needs God created within us―needs for meaning, intimacy, honesty, humility, justice, compassion, and more―and how he designed us to find those needs fulfilled in him.
This is the art of living Jesus’ spirituality.
God gives us the key in the Greatest Commandment, but we’ve got to do this stuff in the right order. Imagine I invite you to my sweet cabin by the lake. To start hanging out in that cabin, you need to get the key from me, pack your car, follow the GPS, and so on. There’s a natural order to it. It’s the same with the Greatest Commandment.
We begin upward, with loving God. The God. God of the Old Testament, God of the New Testament. God the Trinity―Father, Son, Holy Spirit. We continue inward, with understanding our true identities in Jesus. And when we get those things right, God’s Spirit sends us outward, on mission into the world.
These three movements―upward, inward, and outward―mirror the Greatest Commandment and help us learn the art of living harmoniously together in a chaotic world.
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