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Some times the status quo needs to go

Church tends to use Scripture to support the status quo. The risen Jesus makes Scriptures come alive to challenge our complacency. Talk to the living Jesus. Then listen. He wants to have a conversation with you. Biblical Christianity is about … Continue reading

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Head full of theology or heart full of love & holiness?

A head full of theology can never take the place of a heart full of love, compassion, and holiness. Jesus is so great and puts me is such a high state, I don’t need anything else for a buzz! There’s … Continue reading

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Lukewarm is not a book of the Bible!

Some Christians ack like they think that the Gospels are Matthew, Mark, Lukewarm, and John. However, when you read the Gospels with an open heart, they’re on fire! Lukewarm Christianity can’t satisfy a hungry heart, but the reality of the … Continue reading

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Feelings are a poor ethical guide

It’s popular to obey the destructive voice of lust. Lust and temptation are widely obeyed inner voices that lead to misery. Wrong often feels right. That’s why your feelings are a poor ethical guide. What the human race has in … Continue reading

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Jesus ain’t no metaphor

Christ is not a metaphor to illustrate spiritual truth. He’s the door to reality. Enter in! Jesus isn’t just an example of how to live, or a sample of what Heaven’s like. He’s more than ample to live in and … Continue reading

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Who can conduct a revival — a spiritual awakening?

A preacher can conduct a church service, but only God can conduct a revival — a spiritual awakening. In a church service a preacher follows a program. In a spiritual awakening people surrender to the living God. In Acts chapter … Continue reading

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The devil likes to gag Christians (and church sometimes helps).

Does the devil want Christians to be quiet about their faith? Is the way church is usually conducted a factor in helping keep people silent about their love for Jesus? What if Christians were ungagged and trained to spontaneously talk … Continue reading

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Thoughts to help you get radical

I met Christ in the Spirit-led atmosphere of the Jesus Movement and never adapted to programmed, preacher controlled meetings. That’s one reason I think differently than institutional religion does. I find a religionized Jesus to be tame, benign, and boring, … Continue reading

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Lay it on the line!

How can we let God change us if we won’t even let Him change the church program? Take a risk like the chicken who went halfway across the road to lay it on the line. Lay your all on the line … Continue reading

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The vibrance of spiritually spontaneous Christianity

When Spirit-filled Christianity stops allowing spontaneity and succumbs to structure and systemization it soon gets stale. When every faithful Christ-follower is recognized as a priest of the living God, Christianity will be revolutionized! God’s voice, heard without ears, but with your … Continue reading

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