I live in multi-cultural area. And it is a fantastic place to be. I am exposed and interact with people form all faiths, cultures, and nationalities. Where as others see danger, I see opportunity. Today’s blog is more for my brethren here in the United States. The Holy Spirit through scripture reminds us: We areContinue reading “Stranger Danger . . .”
Author Archives: unspokentheology
The Job Nobody is Doing . . .
This is a story about four people named Everybody, Somebody, Anybody and Nobody. There was an important job to be done and Everybody was sure that Somebody would do it. Anybody could have done it, but Nobody did it. Somebody got angry about that, because it was Everybody’s job. Everybody thought Anybody could do it,Continue reading “The Job Nobody is Doing . . .”
Don’t Bother Praying For Them . . .
There was an old 1991 VHS tape that my kids had when they were small called Rock-A-Doodle. It was a story about a rooster named Chanticleer. Now Chanticleer was under the misguided belief that the reason the sun came up every morning was because he crowed. Then one day the Grand Duke of Owls sendsContinue reading “Don’t Bother Praying For Them . . .”
Never Assume Anything . . .
One of the sad tendencies of the modern church is place prophets and leaders on pedestals. As we have seen regarding kings, having God’s anointing does NOT equal having God’s approval. That is no less true for prophets. No one is ever to be followed blindly. 1 John 4:1 NASB – 1 Beloved, do notContinue reading “Never Assume Anything . . .”
Do As I Say Not as I Do . . .
There is much confusion today in the church between having God’s anointing and having God’s approval. There is no prophet that has come close to the relationship that God had with Moses Deuteronomy 34:10-12 NASB – 10 Since that time no prophet has risen in Israel like Moses, whom the LORD knew face to face,Continue reading “Do As I Say Not as I Do . . .”
Christian Fortune Tellers . . .
The modern charismatic church by and large has gotten backwards the role of prophecy. From what I have witnessed prophecy has become a Christian version of fortune telling. It is wrongly believed that the role of the prophet is to foretell the future. Prophecy emerged at a time before we had a completed Old TestamentContinue reading “Christian Fortune Tellers . . .”
No need to put it in writing . . .
I remember the first time I began to visit a charismatic church of the late seventies. As I entered and sat with my friends who invited me, I remember being perplexed as to why there was no church bulletin. They basically responded, ” Oh we do not do that, we like to be free toContinue reading “No need to put it in writing . . .”