Posts Tagged ‘revelation’

Progression vs Digression

As a believer, to progress in Christ means to grow in Him.  In God’s kingdom, progression is first internal before it manifests in the external.  As His children, God wants us to live our lives from the inside out.  All throughout scripture, God works “in us and through us” in order to establish His purpose…

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Layers of Lies

I’ve come to realize that the revelation of God’s truth is revealed to us in the removal of layers of lies. The first truth (the most important one) is coming to the knowledge and belief that Jesus is the way, truth and life and that He must become our Lord and savior.  Once that is believed…

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Foresight

This January of recalibrating and reprioritizing has been grand thus far.  By the end of the month, I should have my own private yearly plan of operation written down.   This plan will be full of goals and objectives.  It will require much focus.  And the goal of it is to create an arena of growth…

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Recognizing God’s Process in our Lives

Seeking understanding of God’s processes in your life is an indicator of a healthy spiritual life.  This understanding comes from the capability of using hindsight and insight. Hindsight is not difficult to see – it’s 20/20. Hindsight is a very clear picture.  The facts, evidence and truth will always rise to the top in hindsight. …

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THE MAKING OF NEW WINESKINS

I’ve been doing much thinking and meditation about change and new wineskins. As stated in my last blog, Jesus gave the “wineskin” illustration to us in reference to understanding new revelation and stewarding change. Therefore, lately there’s been much firing of my synapses concerning this matter.   My problem is not receiving change (new wine) rather…

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