There are so many things we actually thought we had full knowledge, insight, and understanding into as Christians. But the fact is our knowledge, which may be theoretical or even theologically has not been effectively synchronized with the eternal intention of the father in terms of his prophetic agenda for us. Knowledge is laudable, but the wisdom that releases applicable understanding should be more desirable in all things.
Once you accept your enrollment of becoming a Christ-focused disciple, you will be facing some of the gruesome drillings that will expose your own very weakness and strength, fears and doubt, disbelieves and disappointments, love, and hate; I call this the path of the making of a true disciple of Christ in place of what religion and organized Christianity has offered.
BY ISAIAH-PHILLIPS AKINTOLA When you find yourself lucked around the practice or preaching of a gospel that merely fits into the sociocultural or even the economic norms and narrative of an environment, it is probably the strongest indication that you are yet to be introduced to the ascended life, or understanding of the divine nature … Continue reading THE POWER OF THE GOSPEL OF THE KINGDOM AS WE CELEBRATE CHRIST RESURRECTION.
Countless many, as we can see in the word of God and in modern history were defeated by the enemy during their prime days of strength and glory. A very good example of this that of Rehoboam, Son of King Solomon. The scripture affirms that when Rehoboam’s position as the King of Israel was firmly established with all the fortified cities he had built and the great numbers of armies at his disposal, he and the rest of the people abandoned the laws and ways of God.
The truth is, What will eventually unite the various parts of the body of Christ on that mountain of confluence will certainly not be the degree of our revelation, or how we've been able to authenticate and articulate such revelation. What will begin to unify the broken, fragmented Body of Christ is going to be our ability to manifest before others, the fragrance of the sentence of our spiritual death at each season or junction of our call to migrate to a new spiritual position of life in Christ.
The Samaritan woman at the well seems to have come to the end of herself for two main critical reasons, one, she was willing, to be open and honest with Christ . Secondly, she recognized that the well, she's been coming to drink from do not satisfy her true, inner need as much as the good dose provide specific temporal provisions.