Contributed on Jan 19, 2006
WOW!! These people, with whom Christ would not associate, sure look like “good” people to me. I’ve never “prophesied in Christ’s name”. I’ve never “cast out demons in Christ’s name”. Based on outward results, those folks seem to be pretty nice people
Contributed on Jan 31, 2006
Almost any Spiritual action can be imitated by the energy of the flesh, or the control of the mind OR by demons. Therefore, we must be very careful to make sure that what we attribute to God is not, at its best carnal or at its worst demonic.
Contributed on Feb 3, 2006
The Christian, by a simple choice, can either be controlled by the human psyche or by the Mind of Christ. Ok!?!?? Then how do we know when we are controlled by human psyche or the Mind of Christ?
Contributed on Feb 15, 2006
Please note the last phrase of both verse 28 and 29. Both have to do with this promised “rest”. In verse 28 Christ said “I will give you rest”. Then in verse 29 Christ tells us how we get that rest. Christ says that we will find our “rest” by doing tw
Contributed on Feb 28, 2006
As individual Christians and as a church, we are somewhere in the “middle”. Our game’s not over yet. We don’t have to know the whole story, if we’re convinced there is a story, and if we’re trusting the Author for the conclusion and the “middle”.
Contributed on Mar 7, 2006
It matters not if you are a Christian or an unsaved person, in life the “BIG ONE” WILL come sooner or later. In God’s plan, because of His grace, He allows us to have the small (variegated) trials, so we won’t be crushed when the “BIG ONE” comes a
Contributed on Mar 11, 2006
A mature Believer must have the hard steel of discernment and perseverance blended together with the soft steel of humility. True humility is not a groveling, self-despising spirit. It is a right estimate of ourselves, as God sees us.
Contributed on Mar 27, 2006
It is the study, application and expression of the Word of God that leads to a Christ-centered life. In general, the Christian church, even though growing in number, is shrinking in depth of Spiritual Comprehension and Discernment.