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It is impossible to separate this incident from its context: when visitation occurs, we deal with God on a more immediate and dramatic basis; His increased Presence and Glory comes in visitation, and visitation arrives with heightened contexts for judgment. Just as our prayers for miracles, signs and wonders meet with more immediate and dramatic responses of power, anointing, and breakthrough, so does all God’s character become more immediately and dramatically available.> Read More
Matthew 16 contains this discussion between Jesus and His disciples, a discussion that occurs naturally in the course of conversation about His identity. Recall this premise: the meaning of ekklesia comes from a dramatic discussion of Christ’s identity. Heading away from this context, the meaning of the word travels far, far afield of its origins and meaning.> Read More
Holiness is more about being “separated to” that being “separated from.” In this the difference resides the vast gulf between religious ugly and kingdom purity. In this distinction we find the fork in the road that leads to horrible misrepresentations of our holy God or healthy oneness among the saints (the holy ones).> Read More
In my experience, the people carrying the “Judge not” signs in the protest parade are the ones engaging in the blind criticism most. They judge those they consider to be judging. They measure those they accuse of measuring. They dishonor those they accuse of dishonor. They hate those they accuse of not loving. This is the mark of blind criticism. It is destructive to the person engaging in the process because they are not positioned to function or refuse to function in critical thinking according to God’s order.> Read More