Tag Archives: biblical Christianity

The Phenomenal (Not Nominal) Christian Life

The Bible specifically says that we should avoid “having a form of godliness” without the actual power of God. It challenges us to be phenomenal Christians, not nominal ones. Biblical Christianity isn’t a one-time declaration of self-identity, but a supernatural … Continue reading

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Seeing God activate regular people

Seeing God speak and work in and through ordinary people is one of my greatest joys. If given encouragement, freedom, and a platform, everyday people can share amazing words from God. Biblical Christianity is activating. It takes ordinary people and … Continue reading

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The invisible Head of Christianity

So much is out of sight to those who have sight but lack insight. Many things that are invisible to the naked eye are visible to an open heart. Look! Programmed Christianity is like spiritual life-support. The goal is to … Continue reading

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When Christianity’s no fun, an hour a week is enough; when it is fun, 24/7/365 isn’t!

People don’t need more explanation of Christianity, but more demonstration of it. Christians need supernatural encounters with the risen Jesus, more than logical answers to theological questions. You have to wait till Sunday morning to hear your preacher live and … Continue reading

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Is modern Christianity the same as biblical Christianity?

Biblical Christianity recognized that God is love. However, they also knew that doesn’t mean that He cancels the consequences of everybody’s bad choices. Biblical Christians live like this: “Let no corrupt word proceed out of your mouth, but what is … Continue reading

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Self-motivation frequently falters, but Spirit-motivation is an inner fire

Jesus calls us to Spirit-initiated behavior, not self-initiated behavior. Being led by the Holy Spirit is radically different than being led by our own desires. It’s vital to know the difference. When we ignore the Holy Spirit’s leadership, we’re left … Continue reading

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Sin makes mental health difficult.

Although the word sin is seldom used today, its activities are as popular as ever. We live in an age that refutes the concept of sin, while encouraging people to celebrate and boast about their bondage to sin. Love disapproves … Continue reading

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