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Where do you go to Jesus?

Where do you go to the living Jesus? You can go to Jesus anywhere, since He’s everywhere. Nobody (and no thing) has the right to stand between you and the living Jesus. Accept no substitutes for the continual presence of … Continue reading

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Experiencing Christ in you as an amazing reality

When you get to know “Christ in you,” you don’t have to look for Him elsewhere. Surrendering to the life of Jesus working inside of you is like soaring in the wind. Christ-followers are citizens of God’s kingdom, His ambassadors, … Continue reading

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Handoff to the living Jesus

Anything you handoff to Jesus will be handled better than if you keep it. Jesus can give you the power to resist the ungodly desires that insist you obey them. Be so full of Jesus that the people who backbite … Continue reading

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When life gets stale

When your life gets stale, set your sail to catch an encouraging fresh wind. Love unexpressed gets stale & molds. Give out some kindness today! Think refreshing thoughts; reject depressing ones. Make hope your heartbeat! Negativity will give your heart … Continue reading

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3 feet — footsteps, footnotes, & footprints

If you wonder where your life is headed, look at your footprints. By observing footsteps, you can tell if someone is follow Jesus or their own desires. Biblical Christianity’s about living in step with Jesus and staying in sync with … Continue reading

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Without Jesus being active in the heart, Christianity can be boring

Let the living Jesus do His heart-work in you. Then you’ll begin to overflow with healing and joy. When I’m comfortable I tend to trust my own effort; when I’m uncomfortable, Jesus. Being uncomfortable can make me defensive or make … Continue reading

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Backwards Christianity puts self first

Too many Christians ignore the living Jesus and focus on self. That’s backwards. My way is seldom the high way. When I go low, Jesus calls me high. Self is deceptive. When you align with self you miss much reality. … Continue reading

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Christianity is light, not lecture

When there’s light, you see. You don’t need someone to describe everything to you. True Christianity is light, not lecture. Over analysis has filled contemporary Christianity with spiritual paralysis. To ponder and try to figure God out pales in comparison to personally … Continue reading

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Has churchianity become emptianity?

Has church become “emptianity,” a passive version of Christianity unable to produce inner peace and lasting transformation? Perhaps church should be like a theme park where people take action and actually do things, not a like a parking lot where … Continue reading

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A preacher’s tweak once a week isn’t enough

Christianity has to be more than a preacher’s little tweak once a week. All Christians (not just one per church) are called and ordained to preach the Gospel–to tell people the good news about Christ! The traditional church  service typically doesn’t … Continue reading

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