What did Jesus mean when he said “I have overcome the world.”?
Today we conclude our series entitled “Famous Last Words” with a look at Jesus last bit of advice prior to his final prayer for his disciples. We can all identify so easily with his statement that we would have trouble in this world, so why can’t we agree on what it means to overcome the world?
Join me now as Jesus offers the most liberating advice to all who will hear it and learn why his path to peace is the very opposite of religion.
“Do people really believe they are better off with Jesus having left the world?
Modern faith systems are always talking about how they want Jesus to come back and to judge the world, and exact vengeance on those who don’t believe. In today’s podcast and post we explore Jesus’ clear message to his disciples that it was to their advantage that he goes away.
Join me now as we see beyond our tribal beliefs and rediscover what it means that the Holy Spirit has been sent to convict Religion and State regarding Sin, Righteousness and Judgement. Turns out, we all have a job to do.
“How does modern religion reconcile it’s push for people to become “churchgoers” with Jesus warning that his message will get you kicked out of religion?” The two trajectories couldn’t be more opposite?
In today’s podcast and post we continue our series on Jesus’ famous last words with a look at his warning that his followers will be put out of the synagogues. What does Jesus mean when he says that religious people will hate you because they hated him first? Join me now as the sobriety of these verses presses against our true affiliation toward either the container of religion or its contents.
In today’s podcast and post we continue our series exploring Jesus’ famous last words with a look at his statement that we are “not of the world.” Did Jesus mean we are from another planet or dimension, or is his point a bit more down to earth?
Join me now as we reveal why being over-identified with the many institutions of life is so destructive to humanity and results in the loss of our true self. Come and see beyond everything and learn why the easy solution is something most people are unlikely to consider.
“What is the greatest gesture of love? Is it an expensive gift? Is it a kind word? According to Jesus, it is laying your life down for your friends.
In today’s podcast and post we continue in our series of Jesus’ Famous Last Words as we look at the love which is needed to pay the ultimate price. Our world is full of people who will lay their lives down in the name of duty, or for a cause.
Join me now as we explore what is behind the kind of love that values others so much that one is willing to die for them.
Did your mind go to a political figure? Or did it go deeper? Have you grown up believing that all the corruption and evil in the world prove that it belongs to Satan? In today’s podcast and post, our series reveals that was not what Jesus meant.
Join me now as we walk with Jesus and his disciples to the Garden and listen in to these famous last words where we will see beyond everything and discover just whose world this actually is.
“What makes a person ‘Spiritual?’ What do people mean when they talk about the Holy Spirit?”
In today’s podcast and post we continue in our study of Jesus’ Famous Last Words with a look at his promise: ‘I will ask the Father and He will send a Helper.’ What could this have meant to the disciples at that time, and what does it mean for us today?
Join me now as we deconstruct this promise from within the context of this passage and discover that a spiritual life is not something we possess or live to get, but something we are and a place from which we live.
Many of us have heard Jesus’ promise that we would do greater works than he did, or that he would give us anything if we asked for it in his name. The question for us today is: Why do so few of us believe it?
In today’s podcast and post we continue our series examining Jesus’ Famous Last Words and his promise that “You shall do greater works than these…” You’ll learn the four most common ways people interpret this promise.
Join me now as we discover why all of us approach this promise like his disciples did… in uncertainty, confusion, and unbelief.
How do you understand Jesus statement: “I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life and no one comes to the Father except by me.”?
In today’s podcast and post we examine one of the most quoted passages in the bible and reveal how Church history has got this wrong. Imagine our surprise to discover that Jesus’ claim of exclusivity is not unto the Christian religion.
Join me now as we continue our exploration of Jesus’ famous last words, as these open a portal to a dimension of seeing and understanding which brings all things together instead of dividing them into tribal religion.