Archive for March, 2010

At This Moment

Monday, March 29th, 2010

Jesus hung on the cross, because of who I am at this moment. And, at this moment I am a son of God, because Jesus hung on the cross.

To Be A Steward

Monday, March 8th, 2010

It struck me recently that being a steward, far from being a demeaning title that serves to remind us that we are living on someone else’s property, is actually a reminder of the exalted state for which we were made. God designed us to have our habitation in Him, and so, the only path toward […]

Well Beyond The Ordinary

Thursday, March 4th, 2010

Jesus came to freely share his sonship with us. He came to give us the same confidence he had as the eternally begotten and faithful Son of the Father. This is perhaps obvious regarding the testimony of Scriptures, but recently this reality has been striking more deeply into my heart, and what I see is […]

Two Lenten Battlefields

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010

The two battlefields that I will address this Lenten season are Fear and Restlessness. Both of these realities are pervasive in my soul, and as I look back on the whole of my adult life, I cannot think of a time when both of these enemies, in various forms, were not pulsing.

A Spirit Soaked Humanity

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

God structured us to function upon the presence and operations of His Spirit, such that we cannot be fully human apart from the Spirit. In the Fall we were closed off from the Spirit, we barred the Spirit from abiding and operating in the intimate recesses of our being. Through the Cross, the Son of […]