Resources relating to discipleship and lifestyle, including sanctification, taking up our cross, prayer and fasting, sojourning unto the age to come, friendship and intimacy with Jesus, and persecution.

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By John Harrigan Posted on December 23, 2011

Modern Western Christian theology has developed in tandem with the Western worldview, which incorrectly divides existence into two distinct realms - "natural" and "supernatural". Because of this unbiblical dichotomy, two streams of thought have developed regarding salvation and sovereignty - that God is "saving souls for an ethereal heaven" (float on a cloud and play a harp), and/or God is attempting to regain dominion over the world through the church (transforming society and taking dominion).

In these notes for session 3 of the Biblical Theology Seminar, John Harrigan...

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By John Harrigan Posted on December 23, 2011

In this teaching for Session 1 of the Biblical Theology Seminar, John Harrigan outlines the three-fold nature of truth - truth of heart, truth of mind, and truth of lifestyle.

The judgment of the Day of the LORD is first an evaluation of the heart based on the standard of the cross of Christ. In this light, we must guard against hypocrisy and a lifestyle like the Pharisees.

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By John Harrigan Posted on December 23, 2011

In these notes for Session 1 of the Biblical Theology Seminar, John Harrigan outlines the three-fold nature of truth - truth of heart, truth of mind, and truth of lifestyle.

The judgment of the Day of the LORD is first an evaluation of the heart based on the standard of the cross of Christ. In this light, we must guard against hypocrisy and a lifestyle like the Pharisees.

John's notes give numerous scriptures to support his points.

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By Dana Candler Posted on December 23, 2011

How can we know what God is like? How can we be satisfied in Him? The knowledge of God and seeing what His heart is like is what keeps us on the journey to love Him with all of our heart, soul, mind and strength.

In this teaching, Dana Candler reminds us that our pursuit of God and who He is must be centered in the words and life of Jesus.

Dana gave this teaching in Kansas City in January 2011.

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By Mike Bickle Posted on December 23, 2011

Often times believers say that praying and reading the Bible is boring or see it as just another duty they have to perform to be a good Christian. Other believers see Bible study as an important rigorous exercise, but fail to use it in prayer.

The Bible was meant to enhance our conversation with God, and in fact be some of the main "conversational material" with Him in our prayer lives.

In this set of teaching notes, Mike Bickle breaks down methods to "pray-read" the Bible in a very simple, practical way.

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By Dwayne Roberts Posted on December 23, 2011

In light of the promises of the age to come, how then shall we live in this age? We will all stand before the judgment seat of Christ, and His evaluation of us on that Day will be the thing that matters most above everything else in our lives.

In this provoking teaching, Dwayne Roberts calls us to examine our lifestyle and message in light of that Day.

Dwayne gave this teaching in Kansas City in March 2011.

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By Stuart Greaves Posted on December 23, 2011

In scripture, the only trait Jesus proclaimed about Himself was that He was humble (Matthew 11:29). The very first thing John the Baptist proclaims about Jesus is that He is a "Lamb", a servant who would die for the sins of the world.

The incarnation of Jesus openly declares to us all that God is a humble servant. Even in judgment at the end of the age, He will be acting as a servant.

Looking at the humility of the Godhead produces a longing to be like Him and empowers us to walk in the same manner. In these two sessions of notes, Stuart Greaves develops these truths...

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By Stuart Greaves Posted on December 23, 2011

In scripture, the only trait Jesus proclaimed about Himself was that He was humble (Matthew 11:29). The very first thing John the Baptist proclaims about Jesus is that He is a "Lamb", a servant who would die for the sins of the world.

The incarnation of Jesus openly declares to us all that God is a humble servant. Even in judgment at the end of the age, He will be acting as a servant.

Looking at the humility of the Godhead produces a longing to be like Him and empowers us to walk in the same manner. In these two sessions, Stuart Greaves develops these truths powerfully...

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By Stuart Greaves Posted on December 23, 2011

In scripture, the only trait Jesus proclaimed about Himself was that He was humble (Matthew 11:29). The very first thing John the Baptist proclaims about Jesus is that He is a "Lamb", a servant who would die for the sins of the world.

The incarnation of Jesus openly declares to us all that God is a humble servant. Even in judgment at the end of the age, He will be acting as a servant.

Looking at the humility of the Godhead produces a longing to be like Him and empowers us to walk in the same manner. In these two sessions of notes, Stuart Greaves develops these truths...

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By Stuart Greaves Posted on December 23, 2011

In scripture, the only trait Jesus proclaimed about Himself was that He was humble (Matthew 11:29). The very first thing John the Baptist proclaims about Jesus is that He is a "Lamb", a servant who would die for the sins of the world.

The incarnation of Jesus openly declares to us all that God is a humble servant. Even in judgment at the end of the age, He will be acting as a servant.

Looking at the humility of the Godhead produces a longing to be like Him and empowers us to walk in the same manner. In these two sessions of notes, Stuart Greaves develops these truths...

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