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The best spiritual vaccine against deception
Since Coronavirus has been sweeping through our nation and the world in 2020, I thought it would be good for us to look at a deadly virus of another kind—deception—and the best spiritual vaccine we have against it. This “virus” … Continue reading
Posted in Freedom, Sonship Tagged antichrist, Christianity, False teaching, Gospel, Hearing God's voice, Holy Spirit, Intimacy with God, Jesus, Trinity 6 Comments
The Gospel: God, love, fellowship, and joy!
The Gospel is not ultimately about forgiveness of sin. While important, that’s only a means to a much greater end. The Gospel is, first and foremost, the good news about God. For we see Him in the life of His … Continue reading
Posted in Father Heart of God, Love, Rest of God Tagged Abiding in Christ, Christianity, Divine Dance, Evangelism, In Christ, Jesus, joy, New Covenant, The Gospel, Trinity 2 Comments
The ultimate meaning of Christmas
When we think of the Christmas holiday, we think of family. This is appropriate because God, first and foremost, is a Father who has a Son He has loved from eternity. Moreover, His eternal purpose was to have many sons … Continue reading
Posted in Father Heart of God, Identity, Sonship Tagged adoption, Christianity, Christmas, Jesus, Salvation, Trinity 10 Comments
Light and the Darkness
As I’ve been reading the gospel of John, I’ve noticed how much he talks about light (16 times in his gospel; 5 times in his first epistle), and this started me on a journey into the significance of light in … Continue reading
Posted in Doctrine, Faith, Freedom, Heaven on earth, Identity, Reformation Tagged Christianity, Gospel, Light, Salvation, Sin, transformation, Trinity 5 Comments
What if we returned to the ancient faith?
There’s a quiet revolution going on within the body of Christ; one that’s recovering ancient Christological truths that are setting us free from the powerless, humanistic, and deistic philosophies that have dominated Western theology since the Enlightenment. We’re recovering the … Continue reading
Posted in Heaven on earth, Identity, Reformation, Sonship, Theology Tagged atonement, C. Baxter Kruger, Christology, Intimacy with God, John Crowder, Nicene Creed, transformation, Trinity 4 Comments
The joy set before Him
We know what Jesus did, but why did He do it? What would motivate Him to suffer so unjustly, abandoned by His own, bearing the weight and sin of whole world in His own body? Why would anyone do this? … Continue reading
Posted in Father Heart of God, Love Tagged C. Baxter Kruger, Christianity, Easter, Good Friday, Jesus, joy, Trinitarian Vision, Trinity 1 Comment
I’ve added this video as a supplement to my last post because who we say Christ is, and understanding our union with Him, is critically important to understanding the good news that brings great joy. A lot of people don’t … Continue reading
Posted in Doctrine, Theology Tagged Arianism, Christianity, Christology, Jesus, John Crowder, Trinity 3 Comments
Why did Jesus do it?
The next day a great multitude that had come to the feast, when they heard that Jesus was coming to Jerusalem, took branches of palm trees and went out to meet Him, and cried out: ‘Blessed is He who comes … Continue reading
Posted in Father Heart of God, Love Tagged C. Baxter Kruger, Christianity, Easter, Jesus, Love of God, Palm Sunday, Trinitarian Vision, Trinity 16 Comments