It does no good to try to get someone to believe like a Christian, act like a Christian or think like a Christian, if they are not yet a Christian. Without a right relationship with God, nothing else in your life will ever be right. Orthocognatio means having a right relationship with God.
The Kingdom Perspective: 4 Characters In Discipleship
We could describe our sanctification process in four characters. In our spiritual journey, we will embody each of these characters along the way, so there is no room for prideful judgement as we examine ourselves or others in light of these descriptions. Jesus has set the bar for righteous living and holy intentions and we are saved purely be His grace, based on the merit of His life, death and resurrection alone. Still, as we each work out our own salvation with fear and trembling, we can see how each of these characters can point us to a right and true expression of Christian discipleship.
The Kingdom Perspective: Drive Thrus & Drink Offerings (Suffering for Christ)
A life and ministry that is poured out on behalf of the faith of others will never be empty.
The Kingdom Perspective: Hold Fast
In maritime lore and history, the words “Hold Fast” have had superstitious meaning for many a salty sailor on the open sea. For the believer, there is supernatural power in those simple words...
The Kingdom Perspective: Light IN the midst of Darkness
We were never meant to blend in to the darkness. When God made you a new creation in Christ, He spoke the very words of every true genesis- “Let there be light.”
The Kingdom Perspective: A Culture of Purity
Purity is not a bad word. As Christian’s we don’t get to tell God what parts of Scripture we will obey, based on how its teaching makes us feel.