No one lays down their life for an option or personal opinion that has no consequence.
Honor is not defined by who deserves it.
These leaders will not use the language and methods of previous generations.
Discerning whether a process of preparation is of God or something else is where it becomes challenging for many.
Can another devotional sermon presentation bring revival and reformation?
True prophetic ministry does not profit the prophet.
The greatest challenge to the fulfillment of a promise occurs in our hearts.
At the end of our common human sense is where absurdity reigns.
Trusting in a false peace is a deceptive drug taken by those who no longer live alert and clearheaded.
Inviting a trusted person to make these observations requires courageous humility and a teachable spirit.
We see what appears to be a “lesser” sin, wink at it, and drive on by.
God never wastes human failure. He is always redeeming.
Many of us who have been in positions of leadership for a long time now see the Lord deconstructing some of our ministry models.
The five equipping gifts were designed and purposed to bring us to a place of maturity.
For the last 2,000 years, the uncompromising truth of Jesus as the only way to God has caused men and women to lay down their lives to bring others to Christ.
In that overflowing and pursuit of truth, a life that matters will be the byproduct.
The timing of prophetic fulfillment is set by the will of God, not the will of man.
He chose twelve disciples to follow Him who expressed such a diversity of life.
Faith does have a cost we must pay.
A false personal lordship, one that allows us to determine truth apart from God’s Word is our greatest threat.
With each new season where the Spirit is leading us into new territory, we will have to tear down something we had made into law.
The errant shots were fired into the hearts of those who offered deceptive evidence who had gathered to watch the execution.
Once a person enters this bed of deception and has their first fill of its passion, they will enter a slumber so deep that any alarm of desperation and confrontation offered by friends and family will fail to rouse them.
For the last few days, I have thought of how disjointed the Church must appear to those who view our divided hearts and efforts.