Tag Archives: Bible

The Burning Book (a smoking-hot read)

One day I picked up a book that I had previously found so boring I couldn’t even read it; but this time the words burned in my heart and I couldn’t put it down. It was smoking-hot! I literally read … Continue reading

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Listen-To-Me Leadership vs. Hear-From-Heaven Leadership

Listen-to-me leadership likes to lecture. It makes people dependent on one man’s theology and Bible interpretation. Hear-from-Heaven leadership humbly connects people with the living God so that they can hear directly from Him. You can never hear enough lectures to … Continue reading

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“This is That” 4 the 21st Century!

“This is that,” vs. “This is what that means.” –Today preachers like to take a Bible verse and proclaim “This is what that verse means.” –The early Christ-followers experienced and demonstrated the Bible and then proclaimed: “This is that which … Continue reading

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Hermeneutical Christians Have The Bible Burning In Their Heart!

Since the Reformation, Protestant churches have looked to only one man to interpret Scripture during their Sunday morning worship service. This man has traditionally been called the pastor, the preacher, the parson, and/or the minister. The intellectual study of Bible … Continue reading

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Which Jesus? The Not-Here-Now Jesus or The Right-Here/Right-Now Jesus?

Life goes better with the right-here/right-now Jesus! Churches tend to teach through theological & theoretical talks about the not-here-now Jesus — the historical Jesus (and sometimes the Second-Coming Jesus).  However, we often miss out on the reality of the right-here/right-now … Continue reading

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Christianity — More of the living Christ and less of the “ianity”

21st Century Christianity . . . Perhaps we need: 1) More of the living Christ and less of the “ianity;” 2) More of God’s anointing and less of man’s appointing; 3) More Spirit fanning and less human planning; 4) More … Continue reading

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Olive the reasons I took my picture with an olive.

Here are olive the reasons I posed for a picture with an olive. I needed to liven up my picture, so I put an olive in it! “Even when seen from near, the olive shows a hue of far away.”  –Richard … Continue reading

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