Tag Archives: God the Father

Jesus Is Either The Way Or No Way At All

As I sat listening to the Sunday School teacher quote these passages, it became clear that Jesus simply could not be one of many ways to God. Jesus is either the one and only way, or no way at all. … Continue reading

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Defrosting The Windows Of “The Shack”: What about Papa?

I just finished reading “The Shack” by William P. Young. It was a roller coaster! A great ride. It filled me with hope, and I felt that it was really good for me. However, the non-emotional part of my head … Continue reading

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Fully God: Was Jesus Immortal, Omnipresent? Finale

This is Part 3 , and hopefully the final segment of this series. I’m ready to move on to other things, but I sense the need to wrap this up. In the first 2 segments, I set out to show … Continue reading

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Worship That Goes Beyond Obedience

Have We Sometimes Short-Circuited The Definition Of Worship? In the last post, Worship According To Jesus…What’s Missing?, we talked about how some define worship as love, adoration, passionate yearning, heartfelt devotion, etc. This is good; yet, when we look at … Continue reading

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Worship According To Jesus…What’s Missing?

The word “Worship” is often defined with synonyms like love, adoration, passionate yearning, heartfelt devotion, and so on. Love is what many of us think about when we describe worship. Many of our Worship Songs today reflect this way of … Continue reading

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