Tag Archives: heart-led

They Will Eventually Ask

We can’t explain it. All we can do is peel back the layers of mental conditioning until the truth presents itself as your reality. It has to be yours or it won’t work at all. It’s personal, as following Christ … Continue reading

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The Bottom Line

What drives us? There is one primary thing we hope to see, and it can be worded many different ways, but it’s all the same thing. We want for other people: set free from Satan’s deception and slavery reclaim their … Continue reading

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Jeremiah 17:9

Several people have asked me how to reconcile our talk here about being heart-led with this verse in Jeremiah. Most English translations go something like this: The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked; who can know it? … Continue reading

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Learn to Flock

In the Bible, feudalism always means family. The biblical image is more inclusive, versus the exclusive privilege associated with Western feudalism. The Eastern potentate held forth an open invitation to adopt the right people into his household as family. And … Continue reading

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It Has to Find You

A life worth living is the one you’ll sacrifice. I’ll refer you to this article. You need to understand it for yourself, on your own terms. In my case, I’m perfectly willing to let society continue on its path to … Continue reading

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Teachings of Jesus — Matthew 13:1-23

There is no clinical description possible; that’s the whole point of this passage. If you choose to invest your awareness into your convictions, you become sensitive to what those convictions have to say. In that sense, you are breathing life … Continue reading

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Standing in a Different Context 01

Feel free to dismiss me as a nut, but I hope you are at least entertained by how I try to put some things into context. Radix Fidem doesn’t just embrace a broad range of assumptions about reality; it attempts … Continue reading

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