Author Archives: Amos
A walk with God is a messy affair. The temptation for some is to establish order instead of walking by faith.
When Christian leaders position themselves as kings and their churches personal fiefdoms in order to impose a sense of order, serious issues are inevitable, and those sometimes can shake the believer to the core.
God’s intent was never for leaders to become the enforcers of a divine order. Rather God’s Laws were meant to be written on the heart. Continue reading
Why is it that it seems that believers lives and their behavior is often more of a disgrace than those who do not believe? Believers sin, believers are often weak in faith and in conviction, have a plethora of personal … Continue reading
Jesus was tempted just like us, but He did not sin. Every one of us, no matter how hard we try, has sinned and will sin again in the future. Our intentions, good or bad, do not matter. Why was … Continue reading
Hope and faith are related, but they are not the same. According to Hebrews 11:1 in the New King James Version (HKJV), “faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” Hope is sometimes disappointed … Continue reading
The word to Amos for the Living Word Fellowship at Palmer Lake, You said in arrogance, “Like South Gate I shall never be.” Defending your apostles whom I did not send, your chosen ones and your light bearers who have no … Continue reading
There is a troubling trend – unqualified Christian leaders calling themselves apostles. It is nothing new, of course. Even the apostle Paul wrote about it in 2 Corinthians 11: But what I am doing I will continue to do, so … Continue reading
Divine order is a poorly understood concept. I am convinced that even those who teach it, who make confident assertions about how it works (or should work), have no idea what they are talking about. It is always easy enough … Continue reading
There are a plethora of fallacies concerning the principle of confirmation. Of all the topics that have been incorrectly taught, often from the pulpit, submission and confirmation are preeminent among them. God instituted these principles as a safeguard for His … Continue reading
As the Kingdom of God unfolds, the form of the church we have known continues toward obsolescence, having been replaced by a heavenly church that has no official membership role and which cannot be categorized by its organizational hierarchy. To … Continue reading