Tag: judges

Godly Judgment

In a number of posts now I have talked about how God is all about relationship.  In “Spoons and Steaks” and “More steak please” we saw how the law is not a means for justification because the law is the wrong tool and justification is relational not behavioral.  Simply said the law is the wrong utensil…

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Godly Justice

God’s justice is not fair.  It really isn’t. Now that I have your attention…Let’s see if we can “see” justice differently.  What does Godly Justice look like? Did you know that my problem is God’s problem.  My issues are God’s issues.  My sinning is God’s opportunity. Rom 5:8 but God shows his love for us in…

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Free Will…eeee!

I’ve chewed on this one for quite some time.  There is more to understand but I want to take a stab at one of the more “touchy” concepts out there. You will hear in any teaching the concept that “God gave us free will.”  We use that to make all kinds of excuses why stuff…

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Stop eating? Are you crazy?

I like it when people are real, honest…transparent. You know what I am talking about? I love those who just say what they mean not what they think you want to hear. David Hogan is like that. Some may not like his style or delivery but you can’t argue with fruit and he has lots…

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NOTW

I bet everyone who lives in the US knows what NOTW stands for.  This symbol is everywhere. Do we really know what it means?  For the clothes maker it is a symbol of their merchandise.  For the religious it is a declaration that “our good behavior sets us apart from the world’s bad behavior.”  For…

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Age of Innocence

What if we could be free from the knowledge of good and evil?  Is it possible?  Paul says all our flesh or selfish problems are inflamed by the law (Rom 7:5-8). What if we could return to an age of innocence where we no longer had lists and categories to live by and judge by? …

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