Job wrote: "Surely there is a mine for silver, And a place where gold is refined. Iron is taken from the earth, and copper is smelted from ore. Man puts an end to darkness, and searches every recess for ore in the darkness and the shadow of death. He breaks open a shaft away from people; In places forgotten by feet they hang far away from men... But underneath it is turned up as by fire; Its stones are the source of sapphires, and it contains gold dust. That path no bird knows, Nor has the falcon's eye seen it. The proud lions have not trodden it, or has the fierce lion passed over it. He puts his hand on the flint; He overturns the mountains at the roots. He cuts out channels in the rocks, and his eye sees every precious thing. He dams up the streams from trickling; What is hidden he brings forth to light." When we read these words we knew immediately... we had to dig deeper.
🌶 These three men were great like their mother, King David's sister. Mighty but messed-up and murderous. Excellent and evil. King David said: "Though I am the anointed king, I am weak, and these sons of Zeruiah are too strong for me." Why?
Paul called the elders of the church in Ephesus to come to him. What he told them is strong and significant... relevant as never before.
However Jesus also mentioned the narrow gate and the hard way. Have we understood what He wanted to tell us about these two options for our lives and journeys? Have we, at all? I am not sure.
🌶 Have you ever thought that the expression 'The Great Commission' has no divine finger-prints. How come? And by the way, are these words of Jesus relevant for all Christians? I don’t think so. Matthew’s words show us implicitely for whom they are relevant and for whom it’s not the case.
One simple question brought me on this path: How could remembering 40 years in a brutal wilderness become a festival of joy, and be even celebrated for 7 full consecutive days?
Talking about Kingdom, legacy, spiritual fathers, training, new generation, church... and reformation has become trendy. There are already different streams of 'reformation', and more might emerge. However genuine apostolic reformation is a scriptural issue leading to paradigmshifts.
… of The Righteous, Responsible, Brave And Resilient. We don’t need motivation, we need clarity, truth, insight... and revelational understanding. THAT will motivate you to step up, grow, change, undo in order to redo, Here are some words to pay attention to and deeply consider.
There is a difference between judging and being judgmental. King David knew: “Let the heavens rejoice, and let the earth be glad ... For He is coming, for He is coming to judge the earth. He shall judge the world with righteousness, and the peoples with His truth.”
God led the nation of Israel away from the Land He had promised their forefathers, the very Land He had selected for them, and it was not without sadness and solid reasons.
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God wants a base in Corinth because He has a numerous people in the city. He will get it.
🌶 He can heal the blind, He can heal the lame... what about the irresponsible?
Of course did God know where His ‘man’ was. The issue was not geographical... but about the ‘place’ where Adam was expected to be as a Kingdom architect, as an administrator, as a ruler over a whole region, its riches, potential and destiny.
God said ‘Moses Moses’. Centuries later He said ‘Samuel Samuel. Few years later something identical happened when He said ‘Saul Saul’. It’s unlikely to be a coincidence... it was truly decisive moments for the nation. However it all started with one person.