Category Archives: Unlimited Power

Is it time to cut the religious parachute?

By making Christianity a formality, we took the power out of it. (2 Timothy 3:5) Shallow Christianity is like shallow breathing–minimal breath’s not enough! Jesus makes ordinary moments extraordinary & turns everyday people into emissaries! No need to be stuck who … Continue reading

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Should We Have The Courage To Let The Holy Spirit Flow?

You won’t grow, if you don’t let the Spirit flow; You won’t know, if you don’t let the Spirit show; Eye can’t see; ear can’t hear; Unless the Spirit makes Christ appear And flood your heart with rushing rivers. We’re … Continue reading

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Top Ten Greatest Books

What are the world’s 10 greatest books?  Here are the top 10 books that have had the most impact on my life: 1)  The Bible:  I’ve read it almost daily for 42 years.  There have been times that I have … Continue reading

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