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Toilet paper…or love?
Frankly, I’m baffled by all the toilet paper hoarding still going on. But it does reveal something very basic about human nature. We are fundamentally ruled by one of two emotions—fear or love. And we see the former most profoundly … Continue reading
Posted in Grace, Love Tagged Christianity, Coronavirus, fear and love, Hope, Jesus 6 Comments
Jesus Christ: Savior of the world – Part Three
How is religion part of “this world” that Jesus came to save us from, and where did this whole counterfeit construct come from? This is part three in my series where we’re looking at these three questions: What does the New Testament mean by “world?” What does … Continue reading
Posted in Freedom, Identity Tagged Christianity, fear and love, Intimacy with God, Religion and Spirituality, Salvation, Savior of the world 11 Comments
Repenting from fear of change
We’ve looked at how the Greek word, metanoeō, was poorly translated into English in our Bibles as “repent” before. Metanoeo is not re-penance! It means to change your mind. Re-form your thinking about something. The problem is, we don’t like change. Ch-ch-ch-ch-Changes Turn and face … Continue reading
Posted in Faith, Freedom, Grace, Identity, Love Tagged Christian growth, Christianity, fear and love, Fear of the Lord, Judgment, Religion and Spirituality, transformation 7 Comments
What does God really want? – Part One
What does God really want from us? Obedience? Yes, but in what sense? Reverential fear? Again, what’s that supposed to look like? Worship? Trust? Over the years, it seems to me that many devoted Christians tend to view their relationship … Continue reading
Posted in Freedom, Grace, Love, Theology Tagged Christianity, fear and love, transformation 6 Comments
It’s a “raise the dead” kind of resurrection inside of you!
Beloved, we’re living in such an amazing and exciting time! God is waking up His bride to who we really are. We’re getting our song back. It’s a “raise the dead” kind of resurrection going on in you and me! Can you see it? Here’s a video … Continue reading
Posted in Identity, Reformation, Sonship, Worship Tagged Bethel music, Christianity, fear and love, Jonathan & Melissa Helser, Resurrection life 4 Comments
What if everything is connected?
What would happen if we, as self-ascribed “Bible-believing” Christians, actually started believing the Bible when it says that God has brought all things together in heaven and on earth in Christ? What if we listened to Einstein and gave up the “optical delusion or … Continue reading
Last Sunday, I asked my church family this question: What would the world look like if every person on the planet walked in love instead of fear? What if nothing we did was motived by fear? What if we were only … Continue reading
Seeing God through our decoder glasses
You probably remember in the first National Treasure movie where Benjamin Gates (Nicolas Cage) uncovers hidden clues on the back of the Declaration of Independence by looking through different colored lenses. This clever invention can tell us a lot about
Posted in Father Heart of God, Identity, Love, Sonship Tagged atonement, Christianity, Easter, fear and love, New Covenant, orphan Christianity, The Cross of Christ 3 Comments