On the Mount of Transfiguration was a face to face with the Living Word. Both the Law and the prophets came together with their total fulfillment in Christ.
I don't know if I’m the only one who struggles with this, but what is it in my psyche that attempts to convince me that I’m separated from God?
If there’s any hunger in my mortal frame, it's because God is allowing His desire and passion to reverberate like an echo within my frame.
I always had a narrow view of sharing in the sufferings of Christ. Today I’m seeing an expansion in the suffering His Love endures.
The Love of God is intended to stir up the atmosphere. When the presence of God's love is in the air, it's like throwing chum in shark-infested waters.
I can spray lots of perfume on a stinky person and make them smell nicer, but there is no fragrance that can cover the flesh.
Bethel shows that the effectiveness of our service is measured by the depth of our fellowship with God. Intimacy forged in times of private fellowship.
I am willing to make an investment of listening in prayer. The investment of time is a surrender of my heart and a yielding of my life.
There's a beautiful encounter Jesus and Nathanael had, I love to think about it. It's the moment Nathanael’s heart ignited with personal knowledge of God.
A good friend asked me, “If Jesus is continually in intercession for me, don’t I want to know what Jesus is praying to the Father about me?”
For the Christian there are no true intimate relationships apart from being in Christ. When all of our relationships are in Christ, then all of our knowing is of Christ.
There's only ONE relationship. We connect with people all the time, but even with all these connections, there is only ONE relationship in them all—GOD.