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Go beyond religious explanations & begin to enjoy Jesus!

Christ can be explained to the mind, but to daily experience Him requires a surrendered and obedient heart. A closed heart has little perception of God’s glorious light. It is a deception to believe that you can’t be deceived. Scholasticism … Continue reading

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When Jesus is in the present tense, there’s no need to be tense

When you begin to experience Jesus in the present tense, you won’t be so tense! To learn about Jesus is good, but it can’t compare to experiencing Him. Jesus is talking. His sheep hear His voice. I believe in Jesus … Continue reading

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Christianity like you’ve never see it before!

Christianity like you’ve never seen it before. https://amzn.to/2Qh27CR

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Much instruction & little implementation call for a “Jesus surge”

Much instruction and little implementation make Christianity a dull endeavor. Tell me and I forget, even if you preach to me weekly. Help me implement biblical revelation and I’ll be a daring doer of the word. Lectures about electricity won’t … Continue reading

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Some thoughts to remedy awe deficiency

Today’s culture suffers from a lack of awe — an awe deficiency. Perhaps we all need to take some time to let the now, wow us with its unnoticed wonder. Analysis minimizes awe. Wonder wallows in it! Without awe life … Continue reading

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Society is training people to follow their own desires. Church should train them to follow the living Jesus instead.

Christ calls people to follow Him. Nowadays they’re following their feelings, desires, and compulsions. Christ calls people to repent of their sins. Nowadays people are repenting of their gender. Christ doesn’t offer His approval of our will. He offers us … Continue reading

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Spiritual body building or religious institutionalism?

Early Christianity was a joyous, loving, holy, and supernatural lifestyle, not a religious affiliation. Christians are called to be body builders — to build up the body of Christ by ministering to one another. (See Ephesians 4:16.) Institutionalism has splintered Christ’s body … Continue reading

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