Category Archives: Design

Fathering your Spirit

One of the givens when working with the portions of the human spirit is that they do better at recognizing truth than describing it. So when someone has brought all seven portions to the Seat of Dominion, the rescue process … Continue reading

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Finding the Mother Fractal

What is your reference point? The metric you choose is absolutely critical for achieving a right process. The Bible provides a good collection of reference points. Faith?  Abraham is your man, along with the rest of the Hebrews 11 tribe.  … Continue reading

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Cain

Some friends and I were talking about Cain the other day and stumbled into some brain questions.  We normally tend to focus on the punch line of the story which was the murder and judgment, but there is so much … Continue reading

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The Mysterious King Part 9

The third straw man has to address the principle for the Servant, because no discussion of a redemptive gift scenario is complete without exploring the application or neglect of the governing principle. The principle for the Servant is that of … Continue reading

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The Mysterious King Part 6

When I look at the massive attention to external detail surrounding God preparing Saul for the throne, I certainly wish I could have watched the design process in heaven as his redemptive gift was being discussed, refined and pre-loaded with … Continue reading

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The Mysterious King Part 5

We need to circle back before going forward. In Part 3 of this series, I made a significant mistake in identifying Gibeah with Gibeon.  According to a map I found on the web, the two communities appear to be about … Continue reading

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The Mysterious King Part 4

Clearly even though Israel had asked for a king instead of a priestly judge, God intended the throne to be a spiritual position.  So what can we see about Saul’s spiritual heritage? Let’s look at the big picture of the … Continue reading

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The Mysterious King Part 2

In God’s careful preparation of the first king of Israel, his family line was hugely significant.  I find the description of his father (from God’s point of view) to be quite remarkable. The King James says his father Kish was … Continue reading

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