“I could not understand why men who knew all about good and evil could hate and kill each other”. Mary Shelley Frankenstein “Je n’ai jamais été chrétien, je n’ai été réveillé que par Dieu. I have never been a Christian, I have only been awakened by God.” ~Vérité, self. There is only one way to… Continue reading Sacrilege towards the Frankenchrist.
want you to consider something in regards to prayer. In the morning when you first wake up and after taking some stock in your immediate surroundings (making coffee), this is when the enemy and the flesh tend to take advantage of you. I’ve found that it happens as either a sudden thought in regards to… Continue reading Practical Prayer part 1
I believe God answers prayer, answers always, everywhere; I may cast my anxious care, burdens I could never bear, On the God who heareth prayer. Never need my soul despair since He bids me boldly dare to the secret place repair, there to prove He answers prayer. So it has been a few months now… Continue reading Effectual Prayer
‘If I had my way, I’d fire you. You aren’t the God of serious men, you’re the God of little girls that wish upon a star’. Thus began my prayer time today. No reflective pause at the start, no praising Him for this or that thing, no coming before him in the mighty and incomparable… Continue reading The God of Serious Men?
When I survey the wondrous cross on which the Prince of Glory died; my richest gain I count but loss, and pour contempt on all my pride. Forbid it, Lord, that I should boast, save in the death of Christ, my God; all the vain things that charm me most, I sacrifice them to his blood.… Continue reading Vintage Reconciliation: The Supererogative Christian Life
In this preliminary series of writings, I am hoping to give you an overview of the many changes that need to be addressed before any serious attempt at Vintage Reconciliation can be made in a church. Sadly, if we view the ancient faiths and revival history as being the standard with which we gauge a… Continue reading Vintage Reconciliation: The Cult of Normalcy
Does anybody here remember Vera Lynn? Remember how she said that We would meet again Some sunny day? Vera, Vera? What has become of you? Does anybody else in here Feel the way I do? Vera, Pink Floyd The church gets uncomfortable with real. So let me be as real as I can for you.… Continue reading Illegitimi Non Carborundum.
Walking by faith can be one of the most confusing and disappointing processes that a Christian can endure. To pray is one thing but to pray and consistently see results is quite another. This is proven out by the 900 pound gorilla in our churches that everyone sees but no one discusses; lack of prayer.… Continue reading Prayer That Gets Results