Monthly Archives: November 2019

Minds need filters . . .

An unfiltered mind is a murky mixture of good and evil. Be a filter. My mind works better when I use my inner filter to keep spam, profanity, disrespect, anger, hate and other disruptive thoughts out. Keep wrongful thoughts out … Continue reading

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Christianity should never be without awe!

Christianity need never be without awe, miracles, wonders, spiritual gifts, and other direct interactions with the living Jesus. I don’t know how anybody can experience Jesus daily and not be continually thrilled about Him. The Holy Spirit is the world’s … Continue reading

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Giving thanks directly to Jesus on Thanksgiving 2019

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Jesus on the outside or Jesus internalized?

Jesus on the outside is a religious subject, but Jesus living on the inside is fire in the bones — God’s internal combustion! Christian concepts can fill the mind, yet can leave the heart apathetic, but connection with the risen … Continue reading

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“Judge not,” doesn’t mean “applaud wrong”

“Judge not,” doesn’t mean that we should applaud unethical behavior. If I hadn’t earned God’s judgment, I wouldn’t need His grace. “The wages of sin is death.” The Good News isn’t that God’s okay with your behaviors. It’s that God’s … Continue reading

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Embracing the biblical/Protestant concept of the priesthood of the believer

I have invented a new word for the priesthood of the believer — clergyall. Here’s another way to put it: Christian meetings are full of manysters, not just a single minister. Jesus is alive and present when we meet in … Continue reading

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The body of Christ should be an orchestra making spiritual music together

Too often the orchestra of the body of Christ, called to make spiritual music under His direction, is turned into an audience. However, both orchestra members and members of Christ’s body have active roles to play. They were never intended … Continue reading

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