We are excited to write to you with an encouraging proclamation, that these are the days of the restoration of all things! The true pattern of all giving all is being lived out once again on the earth! When the Son of God was asked which was the greatest commandment, He responded by saying it is to love God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your strength. In order to truly keep this commandment (the greatest of all) you must… Read More »The Call For All To Give All
2 Cor 5:15 is the cure for selfishness. The end of selfishness is the end of Satan’s reign; Satan rules the earth through selfishness. He is skillful at planting a simple, selfish thought which, when received by the mind and soul of human beings, brings them under his sway. This is Satan’s touch. The curse and the fatal flaw of mankind. This is where the soul can be touched and… Read More »Can Selfishness be Cured?
Eternal life is a free gift. Okay, that’s clear. But to whom is it given? According to the word of God it is available for all who overcome everything that is set against the freedom to drink of the water of life. And He said to me, “It is done, I am the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End. I will give of the fountain of the… Read More »What Stands Between You and the Free Gift?
One of the most difficult things to imagine is: ”how would God act if he were a man?” Or “how would a man act if he was like God?” Would he be the most loving person? What would that look like? Would he always be giving thanks and praising his Father and the good he saw in those around him? Would he be expressing joy even while suffering? Would he… Read More »How would a man act if he was like God?
What king, going out to encounter another king in war, will not first sit down and deliberate whether he is able with ten thousand to meet him who comes against him with twenty thousand? And if not, while the other is yet a great way off, he sends a delegation and asks for terms of peace. (Luke 14:31-32) The Good News is the message of love between God and man.… Read More »Surrender to the Greater King
REAL. That’s the word you would use to describe him. He wasn’t playing a game. He wasn’t projecting some image, trying to get people to look up to him. If ever you asked him to tell you about himself, he might say something like, “I am who I am.” That would be a pretty good description. There wasn’t a speck of deceit in him. He didn’t have anything up his… Read More »REAL
It is crucial to pay attention to the way of the apostles, the men who were closest to history’s greatest event: the life, death, and resurrection of Yahshua the Messiah, the Savior of the world. The reason these disciples who walked with Him held a common purse and established a common-purse community after Pentecost was that the gospel that was preached to them required it. It was not a “rule”… Read More »The Common Purse Gospel
In the days of John the Baptist and the Son of God, the preserved language of the devout Jews was Hebrew. So, when the angel Gabriel brought the good news to the Hebrew virgin, Miriam (or Mary in English), that she would give birth to the Savior of the world, and told her what His name would be, what language do you suppose he spoke? Hebrew, of course! And certainly… Read More »The Name Above All Names
Throughout the ages, the symbol of the cross has been lifted up, meaning different things to different people. To some it has been a sign of hope, forgiveness, and a mark of God’s finished work. To others it has been a sign of terror. But it is crucial to know exactly what it meant to the One who came bearing its message – the Son of God Himself. A follower of… Read More »Gospel of the Cross