Between the coming of the Spirit and the resurrection of Jesus, we see 50 days of relative quiet. Jesus is spending time with His disciple during 40 of those days, but His interaction with those outside His circle of disciples is limited leading to the aforementioned quiet. You see, Jesus is a “mover and a […]Read More A Jesus Mess!!
You can’t go forward while looking backward Most of us have heard something like that. But, like many things, this one is easier said than done. Let’s talk about putting this truth into practice. Not that I have already obtained all this, or have already arrived at my goal, but I press on to […]Read More Moving Forward
Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy. Exodus 20:8 This command is part of what we call the Ten Commandments. The people to whom the Ten Commandments were given had an identity as slaves. They had been slaves and their parents had been slaves. For the 430 years they lived in Egypt, they knew […]Read More The Mystery of the Sabbath
This is a word of direction to the body of Christ: a word intended to provide the power necessary to successfully navigate the coming move of God. Listen carefully, for within this word you will find what you will need to be right in the middle of what God is about to do. Matthew chapter […]Read More Before the Rooster Crows
Our goal is to build a life in Christ that is not determined by the culture but the Scriptures. The culture “infects” us with ideas, goals, and paradigms that create a form of “Christianity” that is actually contrary to what the Holy Spirit builds within us. It may come as a shock to many but God […]Read More Obsessed
Do you remember the story of Abraham? Hebrews 11:17-19 – “By faith Abraham, when God tested him, offered Isaac as a sacrifice. He who had received the promises was about to sacrifice his one and only son, even though God has said to him, ‘It is through Isaac that your offspring will be reckoned.’ Abraham […]Read More Risky Business
What crosses your mind when you think about tomorrow? What first comes to mind when thinking about the coming day are the following: *my to-do list *my appointments *my needs and desires *my family On the average day, we don’t think about God very much. Most days, we live caught up in ourselves. Do you […]Read More Tomorrow