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“Let him who is taught the word share in all good things with him who teaches. Do not be deceived, God is not mocked; for whatever a man sows, that he will also reap. For he who sows to his flesh will of the flesh reap corruption, but he who sows to the Spirit will of the Spirit reap everlasting life.” (Galatians 6.6-8)

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The Words of This Live Volume 1— Every morning a new day dawns bringing with it a unique set of challenges and circumstances, requiring faith and wisdom to meet its needs. Jesus set the standard in His own earthly ministry embracing this distinctiveness of each day by dispersing His teaching over a wide range of topics, which equipped His followers with a broad range of wisdom and faith in a relatively short period of time. Leer más

Jehovah Shammah —if God is always present, why is it so hard to know Him? God is here… the question is where are you? Sadly, most of us are lost somewhere in our thoughts, remorsing over some past traumatic incident or artfully scheming some shrewd vanity in the future. The great dilemma of the human condition is our habitual absence from one another and from the presence of God. Knowing God will remain a mystery until the mind is harnessed and brought into communion with Him. As long as we choose to live in a state of constant mental distraction, we will remain isolated from God, and from one another.Leer más

  • Return to Eden
    by L. Jonathan Blais on May 15, 2022

    Everything comes back to the two trees in the Garden of Eden. The entire Bible and all of the works of God transport us back to Eden and enable each one of us to choose for ourselves what Adam and Eve rejected — to partake of the Tree of Life or of the Tree of Death. ~ The tree of life [was] also in the midst of the garden, and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil(Genesis 2.9). Sin had […]

  • Turn Up the Power
    by L. Jonathan Blais on May 8, 2022

    Jesus demanded His disciples to wait for the power and fire of the Holy Spirit because it would be absolutely essential for them to live the Christian life. The one indispensable need for every child of God is for power because the kingdom of heaven is at war in this present age against the kingdom of darkness. Satan has no friends. He has come, as Jesus said, with only one objective for all, and […]

  • The Spiritual Mind
    by L. Jonathan Blais on May 1, 2022

    Life proceeds from the heart. The thoughts one chooses to permit to occupy the heart determine what that individual will become. The Bible says ~ “For as he thinks in his heart, so [is] he” (Proverbs 27.3). What you are today is the sum of what you choose to think about yesterday. The biggest lie of the devil is convincing people that they are a victim of circumstance when in reality they are […]

About the Author

Known for keen insights and profound revelation into sound doctrine, Jonathan says that in his case true learning of scripture never began until he had completed an Associate Degree in Biblical Studies and a Bachelor in Pastoral Ministries. Having planted two churches, written a blog for four years, and founded a Bible College, the 34 year trek of ministry experience has taken him to Central America, Europe, and North America preaching in Churches, Leer más

Finding Your Place

It is time for those who are spiritual among us to sit down, but not just anywhere. I want you to find your throne, take your place on it, and get to work, reigning in life as scripture says. Numerous times the phrase ‘Jesus sat down’ appears in the Bible. The significance of what is meant by these simple three words is monumental for every believer. Let’s have a look at what the book of Hebrews has to say about this expression. ~ “Now [this is] the main point of the things we are saying: We have such a High Priest, who is seated at the right hand of the throne of the Majesty in the heavens” (Hebrews 8.1).Leer más