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9 Responses to About

  1. muffythedramaslayer says:

    I just nominated you for the Blogger Recognition Award 🙂

    Because I really do enjoy reading your posts!

  2. changeofheartjournal says:

    Hello Dr Ken,

    I am new on wordpress and like you I live in the North West of England. I really enjoyed your article on Coarse Humour and I look forward to reading more of your blog.
    Today I started my own Christian blog on WordPress. Do have a look at it if you have time and see what you think!
    God bless,

  3. Hi Ken good Word on Spiritual Warfare, I got up today thinking of the phrase having done all to stand , stand from EPH 6:13. As pastors that’s are charge and after 23 years of planting as a Calvary Chapel pastor I’m standing by His grace.

    The battle scars are there but no bitterness or hatred of enemies , yet the pain of attacking and the physical toll it can take needs to be insulated by boundary’s the Lord establishes for us as we learn of Him that we might have rest for our souls.

    Thanks for your Word if Grace

  4. maxmbj says:

    I just found your post on Jesus as a stand-up comic. I really enjoyed it. Just this morning in our small fellowship I posited that Jesus was doing stand-up to the rich, young ruler in Matt. 19. Here comes this overly earnest, overly self-righteous young seeker (for he must have been) and after his opening question about eternal life, Jesus looks at his disciples, et al, winks, and says, “Do these laws.” He lists five from the OT and then tacks on a love-thy-neighbor NT command.

    The man says he’s done all that (to the hoots and guffaws of all, I’m betting) and Jesus then ups the ante big time: Sell everything and give it away and follow me. Now there’s a TV audience “Oooh” that rises which bursts into a full-throated laugh as the still too earnest young ruler goes away sadly.

    At this point, as you suggest in your post, the real reason for Jesus’ schtick comes into play and he lets his followers know that the kingdom of God isn’t about rich or poor, it’s a miracle of God. It’s similar to his message to Nicodemus.

    Sorry for the sermon but I really have started to view Jesus’ ministry in a different way. He was not the religious man he is generally portrayed to be.

    Thanks again for your post.

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