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Why Unity Eludes Us

Unity is far from us when we do not agree on mission objectives. Then, when we agree on mission objectives, we must surrender to a ...
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Deacons and Deaking

Once you get past the odd rendering of Acts 6 in which the term "deacon" does not appear, you find that the case for deacons ...
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Prophesy Your Dream So That People Receive the Message, Not the Dream

I dream quite a bit. I share my dreams all the time. When I share the dreams, you usually do not hear anything about the ...
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Authentic Humility

Paul says, "I am what I am by God's grace." That is authentic humility. Getting to that condition requiring humility, and maintaining that life requires ...
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God Groans

My friend's father was a wayward pastor. He ran from a false accusation when pastoring a ministry very strict about its rules of behavior. Working ...
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The Arrows That Remain

After Elisha put his hand on the bow to direct the arrow to the target, he put his hand on the king's so the king ...
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Christianity Without a Bible

The rise of a homosexual Presidential candidate has done what I predicted it would do: namely, change the subject of the campaign from socialism - ...
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Ten Reasons Elders Are Fivefold Kingdom Leaders

The word "elder" is the same in working definition as "bishop." Oversight is the job description. Expertise and experience are the qualities of the person ...
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Your Existing Root System

How should we understand "the cares of life" and "the deceitfulness of riches" as an existing root system that chokes the Word so that It ...
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Potential and Intention

God's Intentions Define My Purpose Clay Nash and I were having one of our insightful discussion over some post-conference meeting dining. I was pointing out ...
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Jesus, The Logos

The Word was with God Jesus has always been. He has no beginning. His role as Son began the moment He received the scroll of ...
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You Can Be Replaced

"You can be replaced." The remainder of the discussion will center upon leaders filling empty places. I being with this statement because it applies to ...
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Jesus, The Logos

April 13, 2019

The Word was with God Jesus has always been. He has no beginning. His role as Son began the moment He received the scroll of the Father’s Eternal Purposes – a prophetic and visionary picture of an eternal condition presented through John in the Revelation of Jesus Christ that helps us picture a spiritual reality.…

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You Can Be Replaced

April 13, 2019

“You can be replaced.” The remainder of the discussion will center upon leaders filling empty places. I being with this statement because it applies to every leader as well as the quitters and traitors. Bring yourself to account for your leadership: do you have empty places you refuse to fill? Do not wait for God…

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Lawlessness: The Rebellion of Korah

April 12, 2019

Jude lists the way of Cain, the error of Balaam, and the rebellion of Korah as his way of identifying the infiltration of men “who have crept in unnoticed, those who were long beforehand marked out for this condemnation.” Jude says this behavior and leadership spirit has already been judged and condemned by God. These…

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Prophecy: The Error of Balaam

April 12, 2019

The Balaam Infiltration A prophecy that cannot curse what God has blessed but entices people to unfaithfulness to their calling is called, “the error of Balaam.” “Recruiting prophecy” is the most blatant and common, on display every day, example of the error of Balaam. It is as common as prophecy itself, both in personal prophecy…

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Worship: the Way of Cain

April 12, 2019

What God Wants Cain brings God what Cain wants God to have. God rejects Cain. God says, “Just bring Me what I ask for, and you will be accepted.” (God rejects Cain, not his offering.) Cain says, “No way. You change; not me.” When he is rejected, Cain attacks and kills the one who is…

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The Psychology of Redemption 2

April 10, 2019

Maintaining our idea that psychology is the study of what we do and why we do it, we turn attention to the what-we-do. And, we find the why-we-do-it staring us in the face. “Love God with All. Love your neighbor as you love yourself.” What we do is measured by God’s expectations and anticipations –…

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The Psychology of Redemption 1

April 10, 2019

If we begin with the idea that psychology is the study of what people do and why they do it, the psychology of redemption points us to the power of the Cross to transform people more than patch them up. The “what-we-do” changes when we are born of the Spirit because the “why-we-do-it” changes. To…

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Kingdom Culture and Reformation

April 5, 2019

A discussion of the kingdom of God now includes the term, “kingdom culture.” A discussion of the influence of the kingdom in the Earth consists of a discussion of kingdom culture. A discussion of the original design and definition of ekklesia consists of a discussion of kingdom culture.

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The Expert in Kingdom Culture: A Storehouse of Old and New

March 21, 2019

We poorly interpret and apply the metaphoric sense of old wine and new wine, old wine containers, and new wine containers. We end up exaggerating the metaphor to the point of negating the revelation in part or the whole. The point of a metaphor is the point we should get, not our subsequent extension of…

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Kingdom Culture Series: Rearing Godly Children

March 21, 2019

Rearing godly children is not the responsibility of the state, government, or the general society. It does not take a village! Rearing godly children is first the responsibility of fathers (surprised you that I didn’t say “mothers,” huh?). Rearing godly children comes from one man marrying one woman, staying together in oneness at some level,…

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