Tag Archives: biblical Christianity

Spirit-given & Spirit-taught words are seldom popular

Spirit-given (Mt. 10:19) and Spirit-taught (1 Cor. 2:13) words are powerful and burn in the heart of those who notice them. Being Spirit-led involves noticing, obeying, and speaking Spirit-given and Spirit-taught words, however, those words are seldom popular. Spirit-given and … Continue reading

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Don’t just dream: Be a Bible-verse catcher

Jesus told His disciplesThat the Holy Spirit“Will remind youOf everythingI have said to you.”Let God’s Spirit speakScriptures in your spirit.Catch them when they comeAnd let themRepeat in your heart,Spreading like fireWithin you. To be reminded of the words of Jesus … Continue reading

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Christ-access–mud puddles or living water?

Access to religious information cannot compare to direct access to the living Jesus. Christians who deny the living Jesus direct access to their heart, miss the whole point of faith because biblical Christianity is about Christ-access; it’s not a Christ-bypass. … Continue reading

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The answer’s not in politics, but in another kind of kingdom

There’s no adequate political answer for our current situation. We need the answer that transforms the heart — the living Jesus. When “we” means all humanity, many of our problems will fade away. Biblical Christianity has it’s own government. It … Continue reading

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Looking & behaving like Christians (making faith real)

Church is too often like a car salesperson who lectures people about his vehicles, but doesn’t let anybody drive them. Many Christians have never been trained how to interact with the living Jesus thru out the week and don’t know … Continue reading

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Spiritual complacency is the opposite of biblical Christianity.

Christ is not a sermon, a concept, or a curriculum. He’s the living God who wants to daily live His life in and thru you. Spiritual complacency is sin. “Seek first the kingdom of God.” Christians are called to be … Continue reading

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You can (and need to) feed yourself spiritually

Infants are fed, but Christians need to be encouraged, trained, and allowed to feed themselves and not kept dependent on a talk. Feed yourself spiritually. I like to take the Bible straight, not filtered thru commentary, traditions, and opinions. Reading … Continue reading

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The Phenomenal (Not Nominal) Christian Life

The Bible specifically says that we should avoid “having a form of godliness” without the actual power of God. It challenges us to be phenomenal Christians, not nominal ones. Biblical Christianity isn’t a one-time declaration of self-identity, but a supernatural … Continue reading

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Seeing God activate regular people

Seeing God speak and work in and through ordinary people is one of my greatest joys. If given encouragement, freedom, and a platform, everyday people can share amazing words from God. Biblical Christianity is activating. It takes ordinary people and … Continue reading

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The invisible Head of Christianity

So much is out of sight to those who have sight but lack insight. Many things that are invisible to the naked eye are visible to an open heart. Look! Programmed Christianity is like spiritual life-support. The goal is to … Continue reading

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