Jesus modeled a seeking heart for us, so that our hearts will be spiritually healthy and seeking His Father and Our Father. Don’t interpret these verses to be
Underdeveloped is not a word that I want to describe my journey with my Father. Sadly, many professing Christians today have been spiritually blinded by culture, bad teaching, religiosity, or some type of spiritual deception. I’m going to contrast the dry with the fruitful, the dead with the living, a lifeless spiritual concept with a […]
Choices in Pursuit of a Fathering Relationship In conjunction with the previous post, Paul points out clearly what restricts us relationally with the Father and with others. It’s our own affections! Choices Changed my Life When I first notably tasted how much the Father loved me, it was in the arms and words of 6 […]
Fathering Relationship Matters “Many of us have one foot in the church and one foot in the world and there is soon coming a time when you cannot do that anymore!” ~ PK – Restoration Fellowship I say bring conviction or crisis, or come quickly Lord Jesus! Fathering Relationship Word Focus The Apostle Paul addresses […]
Celebrate what the Lord is faithful to do in this life that was, is, and will be changed! Paul says “I’m confident of this very thing, that He who has begun a good work in you will complete it until the day of Jesus Christ.” I am so grateful to God for this past 30 years transforming me and most of all for Never Giving Up on Me!!! His love never fails!!!
A Seeking Heart – Scripture But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you. (Matthew 6:33 NKJV) This is just one of the amazing verses that encouraged me frequently back in 1985 when I was born again! It has been a consistent reminder over those […]
A wise person enjoys peace in their life because their actions create an environment of such. Wisdom is a two part function. It’s similar to the old boxing idiom “Give em the ole 1-2 punch!” It is first “knowing” …
These two principles being walked out in our lives will help us to stay on track. It can be a little mysterious “hearing God” and/or “seeing Father”, but sometimes we need to close our ears and shut our eyes for this to happen. I know from my own 30 year quest
Wow, how many of us miss the mark multiple times a day? The good news is, He offers grace. The bad news is, you and I often take advantage of His grace and missing the mark becomes a lifestyle.