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Jesus Emptied Himself

Jesus Emptied Himself!

The self-emptying of Jesus Christ is one of the great wonders of His Incarnation—and it is also highly instructive for us, since we too must learn the way to decrease, so that He can increase. Here is the “Why, What and How” of it as well as I can make out. Just remember please that trying to peer into a Mystery is like walking into a fog. Sometimes all you get are vague impressions. Fortunately, devotion (unlike doctrine)…

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Rescued from Hell

Preface to “Rescued from Hell”

This is the preface from a truly unbelievable story that I was sitting on for almost 40 years. I had been threatening for some time to write down my years before Christ, saying it would be a tale “no one would believe,” but that it needed to be written anyway. Seems like the Lord agreed—I was provided a mountain retreat for two weeks and the project simply took wings. Rescued from Hell: An Odyssey of Deception and Discovery Preface In…

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What Is Normal for a Christian?

What Is Normal for a Christian?

What is normal for a Christian? Normal is running to Jesus and God the Father saying: Lord, I need Your help and Your leadership: help me trust You; show me what to do. I fully surrender to You: send whatever You want to send; allow whatever You have to allow; ask of me whatever You desire; withhold me from and withhold from me all that is needed. This is normal. You and I have been shown the Ruler of the…

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Our Inheritance from the Old Man

Our Inheritance from the “Old Man”

Isn’t our true inheritance “in Christ”? Yes! Naturally we need to focus on our new inheritance in Christ, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have another inheritance to make peace with. Every newborn Christian has an inheritance from the old man—the person they were before Christ entered in. Depending upon how recklessly, or how extravagantly, we “put on” the old man, there may be a considerable inheritance…

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