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Monthly Archives: March 2012
“The rough places made smooth and the crooked places straight” refers to a fact of faith. A fact of faith IS a promise of God and it is present tense. Faith is always present tense. The point is; we see obstacles … Continue reading
Paul said about the Corinthians: “You are people of the flesh, as infants in Christ.” The point is not only that there were divisions, strife and jealousy among them, but how they took communion testifies to how they tried to grasp spiritual things … Continue reading
“The full implication of Paul’s insistence that I am dead to the law is that this apparently independent I is an illusion, because that “I” comes under the law. Being dead to the law means there remains no independent I … Continue reading
James has always been an enigma to many of us. He seemingly is at variance with Paul when he claims that we are not only saved by faith, but also by works. Abraham becomes a point of reference when James … Continue reading
Ole Henrik: Mark 11:24 is definitely a call to faith, that is, to trust ourselves as safe sons who are in concord with God in all things and this trust in God (that He in fact lives as us) and this trust in … Continue reading
The following is an excerpt from Desire and Faith and Then onto the Fatherhood Level Nancy: Spirit-spirit-union is like two magnets joined together. I saw them as two round shaped circles – like 2 discs STUCK together with the great drawing power … Continue reading
(The following exchange between Mary Blair and me took place spontaneously after I had posted the quote by Norman Grubb on Facebook.) “On this “word of faith”….The fact that it is a spoken word, is the guarantee that it is … Continue reading
Jesus spoke a lot of faith-words over His followers, but what did He do after He had spoken? He sat down beside His Father, that is, He rested watching His Father fulfilling every one of those words He spoke. God … Continue reading
If you love me, you will keep my commandments. This is Jesus faith word concerning His followers, a word that is spontaneously fulfilled in us every day. Jesus walked in the ease of faith trusting that every word He spoke was the … Continue reading