Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Power of the Cross

The cross is a living power working in our lives to irradiate the flesh that holds us captive and stunts our growth. It has nothing to do with our ability to follow rules. Continue reading

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An Altar’d State

From Altar’d by Jennifer Kennedy Dean The cross of Christ stands as the point of separation between the old person powered by death-driven corrupted flesh, and the new creation, powered by the very Spirit who raised Jesus from the dead.   … Continue reading

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Power Packed Words

Words have to be managed carefully. Once spoken, a word can’t be
unspoken. You can’t inhale and pull it back in. Words take on a life of
their own. All words are modeled after the Eternal Word: living, active,
sharp. Continue reading

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The Hem of His Garment

From The Power of Small “If I just touch his clothes, I will be healed” (Mark 5:28). In the kingdom, no individual is small. No one gets lost in the crowd. One person, even one society has labeled worthless or … Continue reading

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That It May Go Well With You

He reminds
them how it felt because they are about to enter the Promised Land and
leave the thirsty and waterless land behind. The abundant living in the
Promised Land has been prefaced by the long walk in the dry desert.
Why? Continue reading

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Breathe!

Then—and now the intimacy is stunning—then God breathes.
He leans over this earthy man, covers the human’s mouth with His
own, and breathes. Continue reading

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