New Wineskins

In Luke 5, people were confused.

They wanted to know why Jesus and the disciples weren’t fasting like the Pharisees and the disciples of John the Baptist. Everyone had an expectation that Jesus would maintain their vision for holiness and piety.

Then he broke their expectations by living to standards of his own and his Father’s: 

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How Christians Can Be Gospel-Powered in the 2020 Election Cycle

Entering into an election year in the United States, it is important for us as Christians to think about how we can remain gospel-powered throughout the conversations that surround politics and elections.

In today’s episode, Jordan talks through some ways to remain rooted in your faith despite the political turmoil all around. He explores:

  • How to win people, not just arguments
  • Identifying with the moral and fundamental sides of an issue, instead of the political party view
  • Behaving like Jesus: wise as a serpent, but gentle as a dove

Join Jordan Loftis, Editor of Short Daily Devotions, as he reminds us to seek the good of the world and remain gospel-powered throughout the 2020 election cycle and beyond.


Today’s devotion by Jordan Loftis, author of The Men With Bare Feet, host of The Bible Better Podcast, Bible Teacher at Valor Global Online School, and teaching pastor.