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Community Part 3

The disciples had everything in common. They were in fellowship together. Fellowship is a weird word. Think about the passage with me for a minute – when we talk about having all things in common, that doesn’t mean that members of the early church could walk into Peter’s house and say, “Hey the Lord has need of your television. Give it to me because we have all things in common.” No. I don’t...

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Being Sent: Re-post from my blog

In Mark 16:14 we find our selves smack dab in the middle of the Great commission. Jesus has appeared to a few people, but as a collective the disciples are doubtful of his Resurrection. In verse 14, Jesus appears to the eleven 14Afterward he appeared to the eleven themselves as they were reclining at table, and he rebuked them for their unbelief and hardness of heart, because they had not believed...

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Dreams and Visions

On Sunday I suggested, to the village, that we don’t have dreams and visions from God (Joel 2) because we have filled our minds with other people’s dreams and visions. We have crowded our thoughts with so many mindless stimulations that there is no room for the Holy Spirit to be poured out on us (Now, before you get your panties in wad, I’m not talking about a second baptism). This past weekend I ...

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Trinity

The below article from NT Wright inspired me to write the now “Village infamous Song: Trinity.” Epilogue The Prayer of the Trinity (Originally published in New Tasks for a Renewed Church, 1992, London: Hodder. Also published as Bringing the Church to the World, 1992, Bethany House, U.S.A., 209-15. Reproduced by permission of the author.) by Tom Wright Trinity Sunday Isaiah 6:1-8; Ephes...

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