Jesus talks about shame, but not in a way we typically think about it. In Mark 8, Jesus makes the hard statement that if we’re ashamed of him, then he’ll be ashamed of us. These are hard words, but Jesus isn’t being harsh. He’s being real. His words call us to consider if we’re giving in to a world that’s increasingly “faith shaming” those who are aligned with the gospel. And it causes us to ask: if we’re not to be ashamed, then how should we live out our faith in our generation?
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