The evidence of an inward work is an outward focus.
Someone recently made the statement to me that they are not one of those “fanatical Christians”. My question to them is, what part of following Christ can possibly be done in moderation? When I look in the scriptures all I find is fanaticism. Fanaticism about loving one another, devotion to God, forgiveness, and faith. The […]Read Post ›
Worship cannot be confined to a particular type of music or any one institution for that matter. It is simply, with or without the aid of song, a willingness which leads to intimacy with Jesus. We worship God with our heart long before our mouth or hands are ever involved.
God’s presence never stops pursuing us; even in disobedience Scripture shows us that He leaves the ninety nine and goes after the one. Oftentimes, admittedly, it doesn’t feel like we are being pursued. It feels quite like the opposite, we become numb. Then again, the “lost” sheep probably doesn’t know he is lost until he […]Read Post ›
For man to get into heaven he must first let heaven get into him.