Tag Archives: Spirit led

Let God be the organizer!

God is the best organizer ever, so we don’t need to organize worship. We just need to worship “in spirit and in truth.” When organization took over Christianity, there was no longer any need for the risen Jesus to be … Continue reading

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Getting the energy of God’s alternative perspectives

Christians are called to see culture, politics, race, and ethnicity through the mind and humility of Christ, not the opposite. When Christians are mean, it makes people think we don’t really mean what we say about love. To be the … Continue reading

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Where do you go to Jesus and His invisible Spirit?

Jesus is present today as the Holy Spirit. The Spirit is invisible. The Holy Spirit isn’t a doctrine to be taught but Christ’s presence to be listened to and obeyed. To be led by the Spirit we have to learn … Continue reading

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Follow the Holy Spirit speaking in your conscience and through the Bible

Christ’s presence in the present moment is life’s most neglected present. When Christian’s meet, God wants to take control so He can manifest & demonstrate His kingdom (government) in their midst. Messages about Christ are good, but actual demonstrations of … Continue reading

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Worship flows (both a noun & a verb)

Many people never test drive their faith. They just accept what the religious salesman tells them. However, Spirit-led curiosity is more powerful than programmed religiosity. Surrounded by a natural world saturated with God’s glory, we too often sit in our personal … Continue reading

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A background TV in a restaurant?

Listen. The most important things ever said to you are said by your conscience and by the Holy Spirit. Too often we treat the Holy Spirit like a background TV in a restaurant. We ignore Him and order what we want. The … Continue reading

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Beyond sermon-hearing to Spirit-hearing

Christ experienced is much more powerful than Christ explained. The “let the preacher do it” mentality has crippled contemporary Christianity. However, Jesus never said: “Whoever has ears, let them hear what the preacher says.” (He said, “Let them hear what the … Continue reading

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