Tag Archives: kingdom

Relationship Supersedes Everything

“It’s time for a radical realignment; not in the political system, but in us [Christians]. We are citizens of God’s kingdom who happen to be Americans. Our relationship with God supersedes everything else in life and must govern everything we think and do.” — A quote from the article, “Biblical Values in the Political Realm.”

Passionate, Not Passive

“There is nothing passive about God’s kingdom and passivity isn’t a valued trait. Scripture refers to the ‘zeal of the Lord’ because he’s intensely passionate about righteousness and restoring his people.” — A quote from the article, “Wake Up and Get Ready.”

An Alien to This World

“I’m a child of God, a citizen of his kingdom, and an alien to this world system. Because I’m dead to this corrupt and decaying world, its basic principles no longer control me and I’ll keep myself from being polluted by it.” — A quote from the article, “Scriptural Confession.”

What Deeply Disturbs Me

These are some things that deeply disturb me regarding Christians (including myself) and the ineffectiveness of the American church. What I Can’t Stand Seeing Christians, including myself, living normal lives; preoccupied with worldly concerns; virtually ignorant of God’s kingdom and plan for their lives; striving to achieve goals indistinguishable from those of the unbelievers around Read More…

Multiplying Our Insight

The Parable of the Sower in Matthew Chapter 13 contains important insight that many of us may overlook due to the translation of a key word. The parable refers to those who “do not hear or understand” (v 13). It quotes Isaiah about people who “will be ever hearing but never understanding” (v 14). Again, Read More…