Monthly Archives: April 2010

Shouting From the House Tops!

You have most certainly noticed how the Spirit spurs you on to take new steps of faith. He begins His mission by quietly whispering some new and profound truths in your ear. Either are those truths too good to be … Continue reading

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Dressed in Fine Linen

His Bride has made herself ready; it was granted her to clothe herself with fine linen, bright and pure”— for the fine linen is the righteous deeds of the saints. (Rev 19:8) How many righteous deeds are you able to perform … Continue reading

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But you, Israel, are my servant. You’re Jacob, my first choice, descendants of my good friend Abraham. (Isa 41:8 – The Message) I am a descendant of Abraham. There is no doubt in my mind that this is true and an uncontestable … Continue reading

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Receiving Like a Child

For many years I found it terribly difficult to receive gifts. There was a perpetual sense of unworthiness and even a nagging feeling that I had to do something to earn them which made this basic task very difficult. This … Continue reading

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The Greatest Miracle

There is a great and magnificent miracle that many find difficult to believe is possible. It is not healing. Even pagans believe that their witchdoctor through some magical rite can heal them. It is not life after death. Even New … Continue reading

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Well Watered

At that time God will unsheathe his sword, his merciless, massive, mighty sword. He’ll punish the serpent Leviathan as it flees, the serpent Leviathan thrashing in flight. He’ll kill that old dragon that lives in the sea. “At that same time, … Continue reading

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Turning to Jesus

Often we find that people associate particular emotions or resolve into the term repentance. Brokenness, remorse, guilt, shame, rededication and self-introspection are often demanded if a person’s repentance is to be assessed as genuine. However, if this is the model … Continue reading

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We Are the Objects of Agape!

The Greek word for love is Eros. It has the same meaning as the English word love. It denotes the kind of love that responds to beauty and harmony. Eros loves those who deserve its affection. It strives towards the … Continue reading

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When He Lingers

Now Jesus loved Martha and her sister and Lazarus. So, when he heard that Lazarus was ill, he stayed two days longer in the place where he was. (John 11:5-6) This is really an oddity. I thought that if you … Continue reading

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In his first epistle John introduces something not found elsewhere in the Bible. He suggests that the Christian walk can be divided into three separate periods, where each period has some common characteristics. I have been pondering this lately and … Continue reading

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