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The Gift that keeps on giving!
What do we think of when we think about Easter? Most of us focus on what Jesus did on the cross, which is a good thing. Without the cross nothing wonderful can happen. But Easter morning is not about the … Continue reading
Posted in Father Heart of God, Grace, Heaven on earth, Sonship Tagged Born again, Christianity, Easter, Jesus, Resurrection life, transformation 5 Comments
Believing comes before understanding
I’m always struck by the naked honesty of the disciple’s account of Jesus’ resurrection. Rather than making some pretentious claim of superior understanding, they confess their unbelief and confusion over the whole matter. In fact, they disclose that initially it … Continue reading
Posted in Faith, Grace, Identity Tagged Christianity, Easter, Resurrection of Jesus Christ, revelation knowledge 7 Comments
The Day that changed everything
This Sunday we will celebrate the Day that changed the world forever. It’s the Day that brought our freedom and restored us to our original identity. In John’s account, we see Jesus talking about what He’s about to do, giving … Continue reading
Posted in Freedom, Grace, Love, Worship Tagged Christianity, Death and resurrection, Death in His grave, Easter, Good Friday, Jesus, Redemption, Salvation 4 Comments
Lift up Your heads, O You Gates!
We started to look at Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem last time (“Enemies inside the Gate“), what He meant by victory, and just who is our real enemy. Jesus also said the following in Luke’s account of His entry into … Continue reading
Posted in Faith, Freedom, Love Tagged Easter, Jesus, Jesus triumphal entry, Palm Sunday, Spiritual understanding 9 Comments
The Jesus Generation!
I’m often surprised whenever I read genealogies in the Bible. I used to skip through them, but not anymore. God has spoken to me profoundly many times through these dry lists of names. Matthew’s genealogy of Jesus is one example. … Continue reading
Posted in Heaven on earth, Identity, Sonship Tagged Bride of Christ, Christianity, Easter, Jesus, Jesus' genealogy, New Creation, The Church, The Jesus generation 13 Comments
Why is the Way Narrow?
It’s been said that our theology affects everything we believe about God, and how and why He interacts with us as His creation. In fact, there’s probably nothing more important to guiding, not only how we see God, but how … Continue reading
Posted in Identity, Sonship, Theology Tagged Christianity, Easter, In Christ, Intimacy with God, Jesus, The Gospel 9 Comments
What difference does Jesus make?
I’ve read a lot of articles and watched videos by apologists and preachers trying to explain to us why Jesus matters. It usually takes on the form of logical arguments, historical proofs, and theological answers to questions that, frankly, many … Continue reading
Posted in Love Tagged Binge Jesus, Christianity, Easter, Salvation, The Chosen TV series, The Good News, Why Jesus matters 11 Comments
What the Cross exposes (and redeems)
Adam blamed Eve, who blamed the Serpent, who blamed God; the Pharisees blamed Jesus, and Pilate blamed the crowd. Today, republicans blame the democrats, who blame the President; liberals blame conservatives, who blame the socialists; the atheists blame the religious; … Continue reading
Posted in Freedom, Heaven on earth Tagged Blame-shifting, Christian unity, Christianity, Culture, Easter, Politics, Scapegoating, The Cross of Christ 1 Comment
The Chosen – New Series on YouTube
There’s a new TV series on YouTube called, “The Chosen,” directed by Dallas Jenkins that gives a fresh look at the life of Jesus and the Gospel story so that, Jenkins puts it, the world can experience Jesus in a … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Christianity, Easter, Jesus, Miracles, The Chosen TV series, The Good News Leave a comment
How we’re meant to overcome
Why do you think Jesus could endure such a great temptation in the Garden of Gethsemane, even to the point of sweating drops of blood? (Luke 22:44) Was it because He was superhuman; He had some ability we don’t possess? … Continue reading