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Religious thought or supernatural relevation?

Church focuses too much on religious explanations and not enough on ongoing interaction with the risen Jesus. Theology is religious thought. Revelation is direct perception of God. If we neglect to observe what the Lord is doing in our heart, … Continue reading

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Rob Bell: This is what the Bible is . . .

Rob Bell has written a book called What Is The Bible? Here’s a poem and a few thoughts to help answer Rob’s question: Let The Bible Ring Your Bell I learned What the Bible is By reading it, And as I did … Continue reading

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Listen to the light!

Hear the light, The sound of sight, The striking of a match In a dark room. “Aha!” Suddenly you’re aware Of things you were Completely unaware of Just moments before. Hear God’s Light The sound of insight. There are none … 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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Revelation & Revolution in the 21st Century

Christianity is a revelatory faith. What has God revealed to you today? (“Blessed are you, Simon son of Jonah, for this was not revealed to you by flesh and blood, but by my Father in Heaven.” –Jesus Christ in Matthew … Continue reading

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The so-called “objectivity” of the material world is descending into nothingness. However, when you encounter truth in your heart, you bump into inner objectivity that makes facts about the physical world look fickle, fading, and fleeting. God’s speaking within you. You listening?

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WDJSM? What Did Jesus Say Most?

What did Jesus say most (WDJSM)?  The phrase most frequently used by Jesus in the Bible seems to be:  “He who has ears, let him hear.”  Jesus  is quoted as saying those words 7 times in the Gospels (8 if … Continue reading

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