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Podcast

Times and Seasons

A lot of fear and anxiety has taken root in the church over "End Time" pronouncements of being "left behind". This warning has been used to describe a coming rapture of the saints where the one taken will be raptured up to heaven to be with Jesus. However, the Biblical context describes that the one taken is to be judged while the remnant were to be Kingdom occupiers. What we think was the end of the world was the end of Old Covenant Israel and the New Beginning was the marriage of heaven and earth, a new life with Christ as the head. Will you be left behind? The answer will give you hope.

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Hypocrisy: Theirs and Ours

The challenge of church hypocrisy is prevalent today because we as the church have, like the Pharisees, focused on the sins and forgot about the people. Jesus tells us his heart for us is that we would be a treasure he releases on all the world; a priesthood for the whole world. If we represent Jesus and his great abundant love for people, then they have a chance at seeing Jesus for who he really is.

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Riddling the Inquisitors

We are the image-bearers of God. As Christians, everything we have belongs to God, including our lives. We must say, "This is yours, Lord. What are we gonna do?" We serve the one who is despised and rejected of men, and yet he forgave us. We serve the one who had no beauty that we should behold him, but our eyes are riveted and we cannot turn away. Run to him. And he becomes yours, yours, yours. And then he says, ‘Now, run to them.’

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Just As You Are

In the Kingdom, some are in and some are out; The Kingdom is inclusive and exclusive. Many are called but few are chosen. How do we understand the difference? We are in a big tent revival and Jesus is still trying to get a bigger tent. Jesus has called us and is calling others into his tent, into his family. The chosen are the ones who listen.

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Reign With Him

We’re in a time where many are rejecting the Christian faith and will react strongly and negatively against anyone who attends church or has any ties to Evangelicalism. In response, many Christians swing the pendulum far to the right and try to engage in ‘dominion’ ideology. Christ sits on neither side and instead calls us to his kingdom, and in Christ’s kingdom the first shall be last.

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