Category Archives: Surrender

Hearing God for the New Year (Part One)

Hearing God To him the gatekeeper opens. The sheep hear his voice, and he calls his own sheep by name and leads them out. John 10:3 As believers, we enjoy the Blessed Trinity’s personal presence through the indwelling Holy Spirit. … Continue reading

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Why Do You Turn Your Face Away?

The Face of God “Come,” says my heart, “seek God’s face”;your face, LORD, do I seek! Do not hide your face from me; do not repel your servant in anger. You are my help; do not cast me off; do … Continue reading

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A Cross and a Throne

Do We Remain King? And that he died for all, that they which live should not henceforth live unto themselves, but unto him which died for them, and rose again 2 Cor 15:5 (KJV) In every Christian’s heart there is … Continue reading

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Abiding in Christ Means Being Right with Our Brother/Sister

Personal Revival Means Right Relationships with People (Chapter Three) But if we are living in the light, as God is in the light, then we have fellowship with each other, and the blood of Jesus, his Son, cleanses us from … Continue reading

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The Inward Content of Revival

Revival Begins on the Inside of Each of Us (Preface) Over the next several weeks, I will be blogging my thoughts on the book, The Calvary Road, written by noted speaker and author, Roy Hession. The Calvary Road was written … Continue reading

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Mary in the Mind of the Early Church Fathers

My communion is the Charismatic Episcopal Church (C.E.C.), a convergence movement denomination that attracts clergy and lay people from various Evangelical, Roman Catholic, and Eastern Orthodox backgrounds. We love one another and have as a common goal the knowledge and … Continue reading

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How Should Protestants Understand Mary?

Mary, a Role Model for All the Faithful Below is an excerpt from an interview conducted in 2002 by Christianity Today magazine with theologians, Thomas Oden and J. I. Packer, on the issue of the early church, Evangelicalism, and devotion … Continue reading

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The Life of Jacob & The Law of Consequence

  How God Uses Difficult Authority to Transform Our Character Gen. 28:16-29:29 (Fulfilling the Your Ministry to the Full Series) Illustration:  ‘I’m in David’s situation, and I am in agony. What do I do when the kingdom I’m in is … Continue reading

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Supernatural Ministry: A Sermon on Psalm 23

On Saturday, October 18th, 2008, St. Michael’s Seminary, Central Gulf States held it’s first session for the course, Christian Preaching. As a teaching method, I preached a “model” sermon to illustrate principles taught in Bryan Chapell’s book, Christ-Centered Preaching. My … Continue reading

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