June 28, 2016

If we are Christians, then our lives on earth are about following Jesus. As citizens of the Kingdom of God (KOG), that’s what we do because Jesus is Lord. That means we are not. We are to take our cues from Him. We need to walk so closely behind Jesus as to be covered in the dust kicked up by His feet. Sooooo, what do we see our Rabbi doing?Read More

June 20, 2016

There are only two kingdoms. You realize that, right? The Kingdom of God and the kingdom of this world, which is divorced from God and rejects His standards. But that also means there are two versions of “normal” – the normal of the Kingdom of God and the normal of the kingdom of the world. And you know what’s scary?Read More

June 13, 2016

There’s a law called the Law of the Harvest. It’s a simple, yet powerful spiritual principle that goes like this: you reap what you sow, you reap more than what you sow, and you reap later than when you sow. Often, this law is applied in the negative, like with sin, which means that a sin will beget more sin and then that sin will bite you in the butt later on – bad. But consider what this could mean in the positive if, instead of sin, what was sown isRead More

June 7, 2016

There’s a song by Kirk Franklin that came out some time back with a lyric in it that goes, “Church taught me how to shout and how to speak in tongues, but Preacher teach me how to live when the tongue is done!”  That same sentiment isn’t just true for Kirk Franklin. Others could re-state that lyric this way – “Church taught me my catechism when I was young, but Priest teach me how to live when the liturgy is done” or “Church taught me how to pray the prayer to get to heaven, but Pastor teach me how to live on earth when I finish my profession.”  And that’s the problem.Read More