This episode is all over the place. In it we'll discuss, yet again, how this hour is full of endless opportunities for the Church to be sifted and remove Herself from the patterns of the world. Other topics include the importance of being honest with one another in an age of disappointment and how we are being pressed to "come out from among them" even further.
How's this for a title? In this episode I share a present-moment, personal circumstance that will set up a challenge for us to hardly examine our "rights", what we "deserve" and what is "fair". How eternally-minded are we? How connected to this natural life are we, really? Listen and find out!
This 2-part series continues and concludes here as we examine Abraham's willingness to cry out for God's mercy to be extended to the people of Sodom. We also look into Lot's primary downfall in regards to his family and explore other intriguing facts within Genesis 18 and 19 that we can apply to our lives today.
In this new series we look at Genesis chapter 18 and 19 and the intricacies within it. In Part 1, we specifically look into how God invited Abraham to intercede for the people of Sodom. His response is key and shows us an incredible pattern to follow.
* This aired on Youtube as a video episode. View it HERE.
In 1 John chapter 2 we read of some instructions for ones who know God and have overcome the wicked one. We're told we (should this actually be applicable to us) are to be alert to several things that we will examine in this episode. Do you love the world or love the Father? Let's find out!
At the end of the book of Job, we see a man named Elihu come onto the scene and clearly speak the word of the LORD. What was it? God is perfectly sovereign and His ways are high above our own. In this hour of so many people demanding justice, it would do us good to remember this ancient truth. Are you walking in this level of dependence?
Part 2/conclusion of our reading of some of the many verses that challenge us to be established and firmly rooted in a Kingdom that will endure the shaking that is coming and that now is. Can the Church openly admit that She is afraid and unprepared to endure? How about you? Let's find out, together!
In this climate of chaos, confusion and unrest, who will stand up and remind the Church to lift Her eyes and remember that We are called to dwell in, and function from, an unshakable Kingdom? This short series will be filled with dozens of Scriptures that remind us to walk as spiritual men that cannot be shaken.
lf we were honest, we would readily admit that it's hard to truly abandon our identity and personal image. But what if we could more readily abandon our drive to self-defend and justify? What if we walked away from the endless laboring to "make ourselves clear" in order to be rightly heard and understood? Today we'll attempt to break away a bit more from self.
* This aired on Youtube as a video series so the audio is not the best. Watch it in full HD, with high-quality audio here: https://youtu.be/EK1evc2x568
The short series continues and concludes here as we continue looking into biblical counsel and instruction as we approach entitlement and national freedoms. Is the Church readily postured to confess Her own double standards and hypocrisy? Will this election (and what lies ahead for this nation) continue the Church's arrogance and haughtiness or will We be found as ones Who "will lead a peaceful, quiet, godly and dignified life", as Scripture instructs? There is hope for Us if - if - we will humble ourselves.
* This aired on Youtube as a video series so the audio is not the best. Watch it in full HD, with high-quality audio here: https://youtu.be/qWeNXO5RVGc
As the election draws near, I (somewhat reluctantly) felt compelled to post a 2-part video series challenging wide-way Christian America's face of arrogance and elitism. We'll look at many Scriptures calling Us up higher and forcing us to examine our character, as well as the character of our leaders. Is the Church willing to examine Her ways and humble Herself as we move into another election? I hope and pray that She will. If you have an open mind and a tender heart, please consider watching.
As all of us attempt to find our way, we must be careful to be found as ones who boast in the mighty deeds of Yahweh Elohim alone. Our "filthy rags" righteousness is not our identity, value or reputation. Any good thing in us is a gift from the Father and is not by our own doing. This episode will cause you to sit back and analyze what righteousness you are mentioning, wherever you are in your journey. (Text used: Psalm 71:16)