Category Archives: Greek word for

Love or sentimentalism?

Let’s move beyond sentimentalism to love! If you’re impatient; it’s sentimentalism, not love. If you’re unkind; it’s sentimentalism, not love. If you’re envious; it’s sentimentalism, not love. If you’re boast; it’s sentimentalism,not love. If you’re proud; it’s sentimentalism, not love. … Continue reading

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Church = Audience? Or Team?

Is a church service with only one speaker like a band with only one instrument? (That’s an oxymoron, isn’t it?) Jesus said: “New wine must be poured into new wine skins.” If we want the new wine of the Holy Spirit, perhaps … Continue reading

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An Ekklesia Acrostic (A-Cross-Tic)

An acrostic (a-cross-tic) for the ages . . . E — Experiencing the K — King of K — Kings L — Leading E — Everyone by His S — Spirit I — In an A — Assembly of Christ-followers. … Continue reading

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