Tag Archives: Two Realms

Teachings of Jesus: Matthew 10:28-33

This is the ultimate otherworldly statement: This life is expendable; don’t cling to it. There is a life for each of us after this that no one can take from your Father. People love to nitpick over the precise meaning … Continue reading

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It Was Never Real

Churches that emphasize changing the world are little more than political institutions. Such churches have chosen to participate in God’s cattle-herding of those oblivious to His will. This has nothing to do with whether they might actually be the sheep … Continue reading

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Covenant Book: 02 Two Realms

Spiritual birth is a separate matter from a heart-led existence. Non-Christians can be heart-led. What makes one a Christian is the presence of His Holy Spirit in your soul. Only your heart knows for sure; your mind will simply have … Continue reading

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Transparency and Fruit

The fruit is not yet ripe for America’s crisis. I’m reaching for transparency. Bluntly: You deserve a chance to discount my narrative if it doesn’t apply to you. Your heart rules best when your mind is clear, so I want … Continue reading

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Radix Fidem Booklet 3

3. The Spirit Realm is real and beyond comprehension. There is a distinct realm of existence totally alien and separate from ours. It is in every way superior, and our plane of existence is merely a temporary bubble within that … Continue reading

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Mind Forts Founded on Sand

Here at Kiln of the Soul, we tend to operate on three levels simultaneously. At the highest level, of course, is the Spirit Realm. We address it in parables, but it boils down to acknowledging God as God. He is … Continue reading

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05 The Sheikdom of Heaven

Paul was merely following the customs of his day when he wrote his letter to the Ephesian churches. Those first verses in chapter 1 string together a huge image, and in most English translations, it’s poorly rendered. That’s because it’s … Continue reading

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