Category: Discipleship

There’s No Glory to Glory without Communion

I’m Not Being Fed Few things are as fundamental to the New Testament as the reality of communion (koinonia). It means a commonality, a sharing and participation in the same thing. It is this commonality or sharing that lies at the very heart of our salvation. This communion is described in Christ’s “high priestly prayer”: I do not pray

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God Encounters of a different kind

An authentic encounter with God changes you. It doesn’t give you a feel-good euphoria that lasts for an evening like a good rock concert. It quickens a hunger inside you that is never satisfied this side of eternity. God encounters lead you to a person not a feeling. The soul that is desperate for the

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Fragmentation

Continuing in the series “Physics of Heaven”, here are some divine thoughts on the fragmentation of souls: A soul’s fragmentation is a mirror of the Father. Except, the Father wills His own fragmentation in the hope that our own soul might remain whole in Him. This, is how God is omnipresent. Because, He exists in

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You might be a Judas if…

Holy Thursday, also known as Maundy Thursday, marks the remembrance of the Last Supper for many Christians around the world. Marking the first evening of the Holy Triduum, which culminates with Easter Sunday (or Resurrection Sunday as some refer to it), it is a night of much significance. The Institution of the Holy Eucharist as

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Why the World and Many Christians Reject Christ and His True Authority

Rejection lies in this, that when the light came into the world men preferred darkness to light; preferred it, because their doings were evil. Anyone who acts shamefully hates the light.” John 3:19,20 Recently, some well-meaning friends of mine have sent me videos about how Christians can be deceived, citing denominational differences and rejection of

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