Tag Archives: Body of Christ

Following Jesus as His ekklesia

By doing what Jesus says, we learn what He means. Hearing sermons can never substitute for daily obedience. If we’re not actively teaching people about what we’re learning by following Jesus, we will stunt our spiritual growth. When we gather … Continue reading

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The body of Christ needs no church name

The body of ChristIsn’t recognizedBy the name of a churchBut by supernatural love. Anybody canTalk to Jesus,Anywhere and anytime.You don’t needA preacherOr a churchTo pray. There’s only oneGroup of Christians,The body of Christ,Scattered thru the world. Grace:The body of ChristIsn’t … Continue reading

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Make church a support group, not an audience for a lecture

Church pumps people full of Christian ideas, but offers little (or no) daily support or accountability in living out those ideas. However, the Holy Spirit can be trusted to lead a worship meeting without a human controlling it. I’ve seen … Continue reading

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Is God making church ekklesia again?

Perhaps, today, God is slowly Moving the body of Christ Away from institutionalized Christianity, Commonly known as church, Back into Spirit-led Christianity, The original ekklesia. (Take a look at: The Joy Of Early Christianity.)

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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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Jackhammer or stethoscope in church

Some Christians approach people with a jackhammer. Perhaps it would be better to use a stethoscope and listen to their heart. Muzzles and masks make meetings methodological. Open hearts and freedom for Spirit-led expression release healing and compassion. “Let My … Continue reading

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Grace is supernatural, not superficial (beyond talk-based religion)

Grace gives people supernatural strength to live a holy life, not superficial excuses to live an unholy life. Faith without activation is dead. To walk with Christ we have to go beyond a talk-based religion. Don’t just be a cheerleader … Continue reading

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Jesus leads a world-wide theocracy — the body of Christ

Too many sermons tell people what they want to hear, instead of telling them what they need to hear. As churches go further into entertainment and error, it’s vital for Christ-followers to surrender to the Spirit and stay in the … Continue reading

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Pastor at the wheel or all auto parts working together?

Church? The pastor at the wheel or all the auto parts working together to follow the Spirit? When Christianity is dry and boring, that’s the brakes. Let’s take the brakes off of Jesus. We park our cars in the church … Continue reading

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