Category: Scripture Reflections

The Sound of Heaven: Lost in Translation

There is so much debate among Christians, and even non-Christians, over the meaning of words. In fact, whole sects of division have come from disagreement over translating the word. For a secular example of this, one just has to look at our judicial system. Clearly mankind has concern over the interpretation of words. Sadly, what

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If you want to slay Goliath, kill the bears

Giant Slayers don’t appear overnight. They’ve built up their strength on the lesser things like slaying lions and bears, Oh My! Like young David, we are asked to trust God in the field of preparation so that we will not fear the day of our appointment, but rather we can walk boldly into it and

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Revealing Heaven – Part 2: Sacred Imagination and Worship

“From the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of heaven has suffered violence, and the violent take it by force” (Matthew 11:12). We are the one’s with the power to bring Heaven to Earth. To do this, we must learn to lay hold of it in its invisible form and partner with

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Revealing Heaven – Part 1: Sacred Imagination and Worship

Did you know the word “worship” comes from the Greek word “proskuneo” which means “to kiss.” When we worship, we actually touch Heaven and “kiss” the heart of God. The act of worship is not merely an act, it is about having a relationship with the One who is worshiped. Worship is the way we come

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