For all the flowery words and extravagant illustrations we could put forth, the concept is rather simple—collectively, we're capable of legitimate wonders and we desire to have everything we need and do whatever we want.
Soon after my conversion from atheism to Christianity in early 2014, I became involved in the Pentecostal movement. Over the next year and a half, I began to move toward the Charismatic movement, and one branch in particular—the New Apostolic Reformation, so-called. I was an avid follower of Bill Johnson, the alleged ‘apostle’ of Bethel … Continue reading Faith, Suffering, and the Purpose of God
Rejecting Christ because of the felt-obligations you perceive He will place on your life is tantamount to rejecting the largest contract in baseball history because of a clause in the fine print that would prohibit you from chewing tobacco on the field.