Tag Archives: Kingdom

“Repent and Believe…”

The word “Repent” has a claim to being one of those words that changed the world. It was on seeing the difference between the Latin Penitentia and the Greek Metanoia that Martin Luther came to faith. The Latin had come … Continue reading

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Kingdom, Power, Glory

Each clause in the Lord’s Prayer comes with the additive  “As above, so below.” That is to say, we are praying for the life of heaven to be seen and experienced on earth. Everything we long for -whether or not … Continue reading

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Why did Jesus tell stories?

You can hardly overestimate the significance of the parables of Jesus. They are the heart and soul of his teaching and elaborate all the major themes of the Kingdom of God. A “parable” is just a short story teaching a … Continue reading

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