Healing isn’t a “show.” We’ve made it that.
Category Archives: Miracles
Walking in the Miraculous, Part 2
Hesitation is a miracle killer.
Living in the Miraculous, Part 1
God had looked ahead a year in our church life.
The invitation to the miraculous
You hold the miracle
Give what is in your hands and see what he can accomplish with it.
The true POWER of the Kingdom
Luke 8 lays out several areas where Jesus demonstrates his authority. The Kingdom is powerful over nature, demons, death, and sickness. Then, in Luke 9:1-6, Jesus tells them simply to go repeat what they’ve seen him do. They obeyed. Here’s our challenge: Don’t argue yourself out of a victory. If Jesus said, “Go do this.Continue reading “The true POWER of the Kingdom”
Mark this week
I am only thinking out loud on this post. I am trying to leave record everywhere I can think of today because… well… I don’t know why. But I marked it in my journal, which will only get stashed in some box after it’s used up and I’ll never get it out again. I canContinue reading “Mark this week”
The word “IMPOSSIBLE”
Jesus looked at them carefully and said, “It’s impossible for human beings. But all things are possible for God.” (Matt. 19:26) “The word impossible does not belong in our vocabulary. In God’s ears, it’s an expletive. And it’s the primary reason we don’t experience the miraculous. We let our logical assumptions trump our theological beliefs. AndContinue reading “The word “IMPOSSIBLE””
Quit praying for healing
As a Pentecostal who believes in healing, this thought strikes me today: Quit praying for healing. When Peter and John walked by the lame man in Acts 3, it wasn’t a matter of asking for healing. It wasn’t a matter of giving alms. Both were possible options in that moment. What is needed is a sensitivity toContinue reading “Quit praying for healing”
Living “in the moment” is like having ADHD Christianity
In my particular “tribe” of Christianity, there are good things about the experiential. We really do believe, or want to believe, that we can pray for healing (for example) and healing is possible. A particular “downside” is we tend to live for the “event.” We live for that powerful moment in a church service, aContinue reading “Living “in the moment” is like having ADHD Christianity”