Month: February 2019

It’s Love That’s Missing

Today we look at the great love chapter, 1 Corinthians 13. One of the most commonly quoted verses from this chapter is 1 Cor 12:13, “And now these three remain: faith, hope, and love. But the greatest of these is love.” We learn that nothing trumps love. It is the greatest of all things to

Word of God Versus Human Tradition

When we think of church today, what do we think of? When we think of religion today, what comes to mind? Are we reflect on communion, baptism, or any of the sacraments, do these things resonate intellectually or do these terms bring up emotions like water from a fresh spring? Are these “things that we

Miracles, Healings, and Faith

This is the story of the woman who had been bleeding for 12 years, and spent all of her money on doctors who ultimately could do nothing for her. She was broke. But she believes that if she touches Jesus cloak that she would be healed. And this is exactly what happens. She touches him

Surprises, Miracles, and Revelation

Jesus says this to his disciples after he calms the storm. They see him perform miracles of healing, and many other miracles. But then he calms the storm, and they are amazed yet again. I think about this, and Jesus is healing sick, giving sight to the blind, and raising people from death, and they

God Comes First

I love this verse, because it gives us the great perspective on our lives here on earth. God comes first, and everything else comes second. You shall have no other God’s before me. It’s a pretty simple concept really, God comes first and everything else comes second. When we put God first, we make good

Law of Victory – Faith

I absolutely love the historical account of this event in the Bible. The crowd was too big so these people can’t get close to Jesus. And what do these people do? They figure out how to see him anyway. They think outside the box, outside the norm, and make it happen. They cut a hole

Leading Change – Step 1

When we study the field of leading change, there are definitely principles that apply across the numerous experts and their various models. John Kotter, a distinguished professor of leadership at Harvard Business School and New York Times best-selling author, is one of these thoughts leaders in the fields of business, leadership, and change. And as

Live to Fight Another Day – Discernment

Paul, one of the most saturated in Word and Spirit in his day and since the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ, travels on a ship adorned with the figurehead of the twin gods Castor and Pollux. I think to myself, “wouldn’t this bother him?” I mean, one of the ten commandments is “though shall

Crazy or Genius – Knowing The Truth

Aristotle once said, “no great mind has ever existed without a touch of madness. Many of the world changers, people of true influence in this world, were thought insane at the time. Albert Einstein for example was an absolute genius when it came to modern physics, but he never wore socks and married his cousin.