Spoken and Written WORD

In my article, The Most Important Signs and Wonders, I ended up with mentioning the spoken and written Word of God. It's important to understand the difference if you want to produce genuine new creations in Christ in your church---and genuine new creations can only be produced by the hand of God. Thus, his signs … Continue reading Spoken and Written WORD


Why Sons are Exempt

It's a Kingdom secret---God made a lot of laws in the Old Testament and commands in the New Testament---but true sons and daughters are exempt from them. They are free from all strictures and yet imbued with a high standard of  discipline. I know how this can raise some eyebrows, but it's true. Consider this---God declares … Continue reading Why Sons are Exempt

How You Enter God’s Rest 1

There are only a few things important in the Kingdom of God, and one of them is entering his rest. You cannot truly serve him (do ministry) if you haven't entered God's rest. Let us, therefore, make every effort to enter that rest, so that no one will perish by following their example of disobedience. … Continue reading How You Enter God’s Rest 1

How Word-Made-Flesh Rules the Spirit World (And Crashes Satan’s Power)

It is the witness of the Word-made-flesh (God's Word filling your flesh) that matters to God most of all. How the Word-made-flesh remains Godly and Kingdomly out there while under pressure by the world is the real ministry. It is how the Kingdom of God is built on earth---NOT denominational "church planting." Sharing the Gospel with … Continue reading How Word-Made-Flesh Rules the Spirit World (And Crashes Satan’s Power)

And Dwelt Among Us

The Word didn't just become flesh---the Word dwelt among men. And this was where the power tripled. The Word is powerful. The Word turning flesh is more powerful. But the fleshed Word dwelling among men is most powerful. "Dwelling among men" means being seen in the flesh and identified with fellow flesh. Being in spirit … Continue reading And Dwelt Among Us

WORD Became Flesh

To be sure, God found Jesus worth risking for. He saw no problem having himself made flesh in Christ. But how about having Himself made flesh in us? This was the dangerous risk God took. Each time a human being decides to surrender himself totally to God, God takes that risk of having Himself made flesh in that person. … Continue reading WORD Became Flesh