One of the most painful and disorientating moments of my life was back at the beginning of 2018 when I had been led by the Holy Spirit to face the realisation that the so-called “Bible-based” role that I had undertaken for the so-called “Bible-based” organisation for whom I was then working, was utterly incompatible with the Kingdom of God.
Do you realise that even if your knees knock in fear, and even if your mind feels faint with nerves, in Christ and the power of the Holy Ghost you have been given authority by God to love and go to your neighbours?
How do you normally spend Friday evenings? Ready to make sacrifice?
This is what we see, this is what we believe and this is why we can’t be part of anything corporately until the mainstream Church confesses the chronic symptom of its unfaithfulness seen by the shoehorning of repentance into the most precious idol of all: man-centred christianity.
What warning is there sounding from those who are coming to faith in Jesus and who immediately recognise – and express – a disconnect between the Bible they’re reading in private and the church they’ve tried to connect with in public?
I’m refreshed to a point by Health & Truth’s recent videos including this 6 minute video yesterday here. But I’m also concerned that this isn’t good enough to steer us out of our corporate chaos as the filthy Bride of Christ and, more than likely therefore, will be unhelpful for many people who are sincereContinue reading “My Response to Health & Truth’s Videos”
Please sit back with a festive brew and listen to this rare (and unscripted) conversation between myself and compadre, Steve Buckley at 10am on Boxing Day.
Should the Church be calling the government to account for closing the churches? Should UK church leaders be revelling in this?