As believers we are grafted onto the Eternal One whose roots are in a different world—a different realm. Our physical being isn’t there yet, but the spiritual part of us is. That’s what I believe “seated in the heavenly realms” means.
Understanding the gardening technique of grafting will give us great insight as to what Jesus meant in this rich metaphor of abiding in Christ the Vine. You don't have to be a gardener to grasp the analogy!
What did Jesus mean when He said He appointed us to bear fruit that will last? What does it look like and how do you do it?
We all want love, joy, and peace in our lives—part of the Fruit of the Spirit. But I found out that I had a totally wrong perspective!
New book release! "The Master's Garden: An Allegory of Abiding in the Vine." This witty tale will teach you what it truly means to abide in Christ, the Vine!
The promise Jesus made in Jn 10:10: "I have come that they might have life... more abundantly" is available but not automatic. Find out how to reap the abundant life.
Pain doesn’t have to destroy or debilitate us. As I said 2 weeks ago I’ve discovered three wonderful truths about pain. I covered the first 2 truths in the previous blogs: Pain doesn’t have to be wasted and it can be minimized.
Last week I explained to you what I thought it meant to abide in Christ. It means: Living with Jesus Living in His Word Living out in obedience But I need to add one more. Last week was Passion Week.
But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. (Gal 5:22-23) I want the Fruit of the Spirit, don’t you? I want to have all the love, joy,
I can’t wait til heaven! I am so sick of all this mess!I hear that a lot. I even say it a bunch myself. And we are to have an…