Posts Tagged ‘cross’

Don’t Settle in Haran

Saturday, May 21st, 2011

The Father has called us to be carriers of His presence, but much of the church has allowed a cry for “cultural relevance” to make us into consumers rather than carriers. The call of God brings a cutting edge that will not allow us to settle halfway in “Haran” and will require that any natural thing that stands in the way of total obedience be put away, and often put to death so that real life might come forth.

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The Divine Must

Saturday, April 16th, 2011

Jesus was governed by “the divine must” called the will of God. There was no middle ground. Jesus never said no to the Father. He was obedient unto death. By His very life, Jesus draws a line in the sand by which we all must answer the question: Who will you serve?

May we live lives so governed by the Spirit of God that our lives also may compel men everywhere to choose who they will serve.

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Don’t Waste Your Life, Part IV

Saturday, April 9th, 2011

The kingdom of God challenges the kingdoms of this age. It’s a kingdom that confronts the kingdom of self, self-will and indulgence. This King has a fiery presence that comes to expose and burn up everything that has to do with the life of self-will in order to empower us to walk in a manner of the calling we have received.

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