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Teachings of Jesus — Matthew 20:20-28

The mother of James and John was Salome, the wife of Zebedee. Salome was the sister of Jesus’ mother, Mary. Thus, this was His closest kin apart from His mother. Yet, she came and worshiped Him as the Messiah. It … Continue reading

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Covenant Manhood 07

The Covenant is its own reward. The Covenant of Christ is equivalent to the term Biblical Law; Christ Himself is the Living Law of God. Your obedience is not simply some burdensome task that grants you a certain religious identity. … Continue reading

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Covenant Manhood 03

Do you understand that heart-led faith puts us far, far outside the mainstream? Mainstream wisdom may well overlap at times, but heart-led truth is a wholly different approach to life. While in some contexts our reticence is appropriate, keeping almost … Continue reading

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Covenant Manhood 01

Let’s refresh our view of biblical shepherd manhood. Pray for guidance; trust God to give it. I note in passing that some of this inevitably applies to women, but the more precise details of biblical femininity needs to come from … Continue reading

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Teachings of Jesus — Matthew 18:7-14

Jesus began this session explaining that leadership in His Messianic court would rest on unreserved trust in Him and His teaching. He draws the picture of a disciple who is like a younger child, but draws that image from His … Continue reading

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Bonfire Visions

I’m struggling. Where do I find the words for this, when it drives me so very hard and I cannot be silent? The urgency itself is beyond words. Does it strike you as odd that something granting us such limitless … Continue reading

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Of Sheep and Parables

The language of the heart is parable and symbolism. It is impossible to clinically describe the Spirit Realm from where our minds stand now. There’s noting that requires us to use biblical symbols, but it is absolutely vital that we … Continue reading

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