I believe that fear is one of the most widely accepted, ungodly things in the Church today. There are a few reasons for this- fear isn't hurting anyone, except for you, fear is disguised as wisdom, fear hides behind a list of other normal issues such as anxiety, intimidation, and worry. Paul writes to his … Continue reading The Spirit of Fear
Over the past few years I have heard many Christians say "I have often taken communion and didn't understand why." I believe that there are still a great deal of Christians participating in communion with a partial understanding. In simplicity, taking communion is the act of eating and drinking bread and juice, or wine, in … Continue reading Concerning Communion
The idea of feeling or being unworthy is a thief disguised as humility in the Christian life. I have seen too many believers share how they are unworthy and undeserving of the good things of God. It sounds like a nice idea, that God is so amazing (which He is) and humans are more like … Continue reading You Are Worthy
I've found that some of the biggest misunderstandings in the Church involve the Holy Spirit. There is an unfortunate lack of teaching, and false idea that if you want to gather a bigger crowd in church then you need to avoid mentioning the Holy Spirit. People get uncomfortable and might see something weird happen. I … Continue reading Back to The Basics
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Recently I have found that it is always easier to live in the past or in the future rather than in the present. There are four mindsets that trap us from living in the present, which is where God is and where He intends us to live. 1- We live reminiscing on the good things … Continue reading Living in the Now