Monthly Archives: January 2014

The King and His Kingdom…

In our last time together we looked into what Jesus meant when He came and proclaimed that people should “repent and believe in the gospel.” We discovered that Jesus’ gospel, His “good news,” was centered in, and upon, the Kingdom … Continue reading

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Understanding the Gospel

We have seen that the one predominant message that Jesus proclaimed, in His time among us, was centered in the simple and succinct: “Repent and believe in the gospel.” We have discovered that “to repent” means to change our way … Continue reading

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Understanding True Belief

A couple of weeks ago, we began to take a look at the main message Jesus proclaimed as He traveled around Judea. At the very heart of His message was the simple, yet profound, “Repent and believe in the gospel.” … Continue reading

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The Role of Scripture in shaping our thoughts

In my last entry, the focus was upon the necessity of understanding how God works to form and shape our way of thinking (by aligning our thoughts with His thoughts). We learned that our mindset is addressed from the inside … Continue reading

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The importance of revelation in setting our minds

We have been talking about the importance of setting our minds upon that which is true – and upon The One Who is truth. Jesus came to initiate, and make provision for, the New Covenant – a Covenant with God, … Continue reading

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Understanding True Repentance; Part Three: Broccoli Theology

As we have seen, when it comes to repentance, the New Covenant is established upon the need for a change in our thinking.To receive the Kingdom of God, we are first required to lay aside our old way of thinking … Continue reading

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Understanding True Repentance, Part Two: What needs to change

In my last post, our thoughts were centered upon defining the true meaning of repentance. We discovered that the word used in the original language does not mean “to feel sorry for our sins,” or “to change our behavior,” but … Continue reading

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