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Joints and Marrow

For the word of God is living and active and sharper than any two-edged sword, and piercing as far as the division of soul and spirit, of both joints and marrow, and able to judge the thoughts and intentions of the heart.  (Hebrews 4:12) 

I didn’t realize until recently that this popular (and terribly misunderstood) verse appears in the middle of a discussion about the sabbath rest for God’s people!  Look at the immediately preceding verses:  “There remains therefore a Sabbath rest for the people of God. For the one who has entered His rest has himself also rested from his works, as God did from His.  Let us therefore be diligent to enter that rest, lest anyone fall through following the same example of disobedience.  (Hebrews 4:9-11).  Then comes Hebrews 4:12, which starts out with the word “for,” meaning that the following idea of the word of God dividing and discerning is a result or product of the previous idea, regarding “rest.”

The sabbath rest which God has ordained for us today has nothing to do with a certain day of the week or anything physical.  It is all about soul and spirit being divided.  I want to look at this idea more closely. 

The distinction between our inner parts of soul and spirit is compared to that of our outward, physical parts of joints and marrow.  “…of soul and spirit, of both joints and marrow…”  This comparison isn’t meaningless.  The word “joints” refers to a place of connection of two parts; an “articulation.”  At these places, there is movement.  The soul is also a place where two parts meet, namely the spirit and body.  It came about when spirit met flesh.  It’s a mixture of the two, and touches both.  It is the soul that causes most of the “movement” within us, which we are naturally so aware of, such as our feelings, thoughts, etc.  “Marrow” is a hidden substance found inside our bones.  I have been told that blood cells and even DNA are formed in the marrow.  Though it’s hidden, the function of marrow is perhaps even more important than the parts of our body we are aware of.  The spirit is this way – we can’t sense it with our physical senses, or always detect it with our inner self of feelings and mind.  We may at times be oblivious to it, but it’s there, and it’s vital. 

Hebrews 4:10 says the sabbath rest that God has ordained for His people is a resting from OUR works.  This “our” refers to the soul, which is our natural life.  All the works of the soul must cease for a believer to enter rest – all our beliefs, actions, considerations, traditions, way of thinking, etc.  Many of these things are seen as very good and can be defended using scripture or convincing reasoning.  This makes no difference, because soul and spirit are totally distinct.  If you want to follow God’s way, the way of the spirit, then everything founded on the soul must cease.  You have to let go of all that you have gathered, and rely on the spirit to teach and led you, in his way and time.  Hebrews 4:11 says that God sees failure to do this as “disobedience.” 

This isn’t easy or automatic.  It’s actually likely to be difficult or even traumatic.  But it’s not optional.  Only when we cease from the works of our soul, refuse its ways and urges, are we are in a position to begin to be spirit-led.  That’s when we begin establishing the Kingdom of God on earth, and become disciples of Jesus Christ.  It’s also when we’ll find ourselves diverging from mainstream Christianity.  Count the cost, and keep your mind on the reward (a truly spiritual existence and communion with God).  Amen.

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Posted by on October 24, 2013 in Uncategorized


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Scriptural Compilation Regarding the Progression from Soul to Spirit

Recently I absent-mindedly got on facebook (a bad habit of mine), but then next thing I know, I’m compiling the following list of scriptures.  Each bullet point is scripture, and some have a bit of commentary. I think it’s worth sharing and think the spirit of God is behind it.

I think soul and spirit are issues God is revealing to more and more of His people today.  Thanks especially to Dan Gochnour for his amazing teachings on this subject lately.  Read through these scriptures carefully.  They deal with some of the biggest purposes addressed in scripture…  Soul and spirit have to be divided and the former (the soul) must become subject to the latter (the spirit).  This has largely been overlooked, and the results have been tragic.  These scriptures are meant to follow a logical progression, so read the list with that in mind.


-“There is a way that seems right to a man, but it’s end is the way to (spiritual) death.”

-“The first man Adam became a living soul, the last Adam became a life-giving spirit.” 

-“The natural (literal Greek: “soulical”) man (which all of us have within) does not receive the things of the Spirit of God, for they are folly to him, and he is not able to understand them because they are spiritually discerned.”  -The soul is the “natural” part of us.  Our natural life and mind and feelings and will.  This part of us, which can be quite religious, cannot understand or receive things from the spiritual realm. 

-“…it is sown a natural (literal Greek: “soulical”) body, it is raised a spiritual body.

-“Just as we have borne the image of the man of dust (we have become soul-dominated like Adam), we shall also bear the image of the man of heaven” (we are destined to attain to Jesus’ spiritual nature and walk).

-“For the word of God (God’s voice, His expression) is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to the division of soul and of spirit, of joints and of marrow, and discerning the thoughts and intentions of the heart.”

-“God is spirit, and those who worship him must worship in spirit and truth.”

-“So Jesus said to them, “Truly, truly, I say to you, the Son can do nothing of his own accord, but only what he sees (in a spiritual sense) the Father doing. For whatever the Father does, that the Son does likewise.”

-“whoever says he abides in him (in Jesus Christ) ought to walk in the same way in which he walked.”  -This doesn’t mean trying to imitate Jesus, it means follow His “walk,” his way of living – denying self and following the leading of the Spirit of God. 

-“For those whom He foreknew he also predestined to be conformed to the image of His Son, in order that he might be the firstborn among many brothers.”  -We are to be and one day will be conformed to Jesus’ image, being like him in his nature and his manner of life.

-“And we all, with unveiled face (this literally means “unveiled vision.”  The veil to be removed is the human soul, which causes spiritual blindness), beholding the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory. For this comes from the Lord who is the Spirit.”  -With the veil of the human soul removed, we can grow in spiritual reality, from glory to glory. 

-“When all things are subjected to Him, then the Son Himself also will be subjected to the One who subjected all things to Him, so that God may be all in all.

-“For from Him and through Him and to Him are all things. To Him be glory forever. Amen.”

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Posted by on October 22, 2013 in Uncategorized


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Rocky Places

I believe Jesus’ parables are some of the most important teachings in all of scripture, but they’ve been largely misunderstood.  I’d like to take a new look at a part of the parable of the sower and seed.

“Behold, the sower went out to sow; and as he sowed, some seeds…fell on the rocky places, where they did not have much soil; and immediately they sprang up, because they had no depth of soil. But when the sun had risen, they were scorched; and because they had no root, they withered away.”  (Matthew 13:3-6)

In this parable, Jesus tells of four places the seed, which he says represents the word of God, was sown into.  I believe each of these places represents a potential state of heart and mind of each individual, as well as a season of the church.  Jesus gives some confirmation of this in Matthew 13:19 and Luke 8:15.  The issue is in which place the seed/word implants.  I want to focus on one of these four grounds; the rocky places. 

Jesus lists three problems with the rocky places: 1). Having little soil.  2). No depth of soil.  3). No root.  This is a heart with little and shallow understanding (little/shallow soil) and no solid anchor or foundation to keep steady in times of turmoil (no root).  The rocky places are shallow, confined to the human soul, while deep places are those which penetrate to the spirit

Somewhat surprisingly, Jesus said the seed that falls in this shallow ground immediately springs up!  Here’s what I think this means.  Jesus’ multiple descriptions of shallowness in the rocky places is a reference to the human soul, which is part of one’s heart.  The human soul contains the reasonings, emotions, and will of man, apart from God.  The human soul can be very religious, but fosters quick and vapid fruit, such as emotional reactions (I’m so happy that God loves me; He will fix my problems and I get to go to heaven!) and hasty declarations (I will follow Jesus anywhere, always!) which are based on shallow understandings (Jesus died to get me to heaven).  These things have no depth (nothing spiritual) and won’t withstand the tests and trials that will come. 

By contrast, to follow the way of Jesus in bringing God’s word to fruition and establishing His kingdom requires deep soil (spiritual understanding), deep roots (a foundation on the spirit), and perseverance.  Among other things, deep soil is characterized by meditation, soberly counting the cost of following Jesus’ example, and allowing one’s soul and spirit to be divided (Hebrews 4:12).  These are deep, spiritual workings and take time, unlike the quick but brittle things of the shallow, rocky places. 

Here’s how Jesus explained the rocky places: “The one on whom seed was sown on the rocky places, this is the man who hears the word and immediately receives it with joy;  yet he has no firm root in himself (spiritual foundation within), but is only temporary (in his soul – mind/feelings/etc), and when affliction or persecution arises because of the word, immediately he falls away…”  Notice, the falling away happens “immediately,” just like the growth.

Christianity is FULL of shallow soil.  Many times what are called “spiritual highs” are really soulish highs, a stirring up of one’s emotions, which, like Jesus said, are quick but “only temporary,”  a product of rocky places.  I’ve personally experienced and seen this, and you probably have too.  I’ve read that 90% or more of people who “get saved” at large Christian rallies or crusades aren’t active in church a year later.  My fear is they aren’t active in the pursuit or establishment of the Kingdom.

It’s truly tough on your old nature to follow Jesus’ way of pursuit of and submission to God.  Without a spiritual foundation, deeper and separate from feelings and reasonings, one will quickly fall from Jesus’ way, whether one continues to claim to be Christian or not.  Let’s desperately ask God to grant us a heart of understanding and a foundation that is spiritual.  Amen.

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Posted by on September 26, 2013 in Uncategorized


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The Predecessor of the Spirit

As you may or may not know, the familiar phrase “a man after my own heart” originates in the Bible.  God says: “I have found David the son of Jesse, a man after my own heart, who shall fulfill all my will.”  This basically means David was a man who God found appealing and who corresponded with the desires of His heart.  


As we will see, regarding Saul, Israel’s first king and David’s immediate predecessor, God could have truly said to Israel:I have found Saul the son of Kish, a man after YOUR own heart… In the book of 1 Samuel chapter 8, we learn how Saul became king.  At the time, Samuel was the prophet/judge in Israel and Israel prospered under his faithful leadership.  As he aged, his corrupt sons were set to take his place.  The people of Israel fearfully cried out for a human king, saying: “…that our king may judge us and go out before us and fight our battles” (1 Samuel 8:20 NKJV).  God declared that this request was tantamount to rejecting Him as their King.  He said he would give them a their king, but warned that this wouldn’t turn out as nice as they imagined.  God may grant His people’s selfish cries, but the results may be terrible.


In Saul, God gave Israel exactly what they wanted.  Look at the first description of him: “a choice young man, and a goodly: and there was not among the children of Israel a goodlier person than he: from his shoulders and upward he was higher than any of the people. (1 Samuel 9:2 KJV).  The word “goodly” in Hebrew basically means “good” in the widest sense:  handsome, appealing, pleasant, strong, etc. 


For our generation, Saul represents the rule of the soul over the kingdom of God, which Jesus said is within man, under the title of Christianity.  The religion of Christianity is based on the desires and reasoning of the carnal, fearful human soul.  Like Saul, this kingdom appears very “goodly” – impressive in appearance, offering security, and winning victories over the enemies of God’s people. But all of this proves to be hollow or temporary, because at the core is religious, human desire, understanding, tradition and fear.  


Consider that the beginning of Saul’s reign foreshadowed that of the religion of Christianity.  In both, God’s people desired to be governed by something easily accessible and familiar, like the physical governments of the world.  There was also a wish for this tangible system to judge them and arrange an army to fight their battles for them (clergy, anyone?)  Saul remained king long after God had rejected him for choosing his own way over God’s.  I believe also that Christianity has been rejected by God but has continued to reign over His people for a season. 


Israel then and the church now make a grave mistake by looking back (using the reasoning of their minds) on the impressive beginning and victories of Saul/Christianity as evidence these kingdoms continue to be legitimate before God.  After Saul chose his own way over God’s, here is what God said to Saul through Samuel: Hath the Lord as great delight in burnt offerings and sacrifices, as in obeying the voice of the Lord? Behold, to obey is better than sacrifice, and to hearken than the fat of rams. For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry. Because thou hast rejected the word of the Lord, he hath also rejected thee from being king.” (1 Samuel 15:22-23, 16:1 KJV). No matter how much religious good one is doing in the eyes of self or others, even in the name of Jesus, God sees stubbornness against change and rebellion against His desires as grave evils.


The kingdom of David, which immediately followed Saul’s, represents an inward rulership of God’s people by His spirit; a kingdom where God is trusted, sought, waited for, known, obeyed, and loved.  The establishment of David’s kingdom was declared long before he became king, but from a young age he was mighty and victorious and it was evident that God was with him. Right now, “David’s” rulership of the spirit is gaining strength and growing, while Saul’s is weakening, shrinking and headed for destruction.  This truly spiritual leadership which David represents is humbly and patiently waiting to be established king in “Israel” (the hearts of God’s people) in God’s time and in God’s way, being content in Him.


The religion of Christianity has become infiltrated by corruption, selfishness and blindness, from the souls of men over many generations, and has been rejected by God.  Let go!  Humble yourself!  Follow the prompting of the spirit of God on your heart right now!  Abandon totally all of your own religious ways, desires, understandings, and interpretations of scripture.  Trust God’s spirit and with all you have, ask God to teach you Himself (1 John 2:27).  It’s new, foreign, largely uncharted, but it’s the only way.  God bless you.

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Posted by on August 12, 2013 in Uncategorized


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Absence of Love Brings Death. One Thing Needs to Die…

…And they loved not their life even unto death.”  (Revelation 12:11 ESV)

Let me point out a few things before I tell you what I believe this phrase means, which I find shocking.  The word “even” was added by the translators.  The word “loved” is Greek agapao, a verb meaning “to love” and “to welcome or entertain.” Life” is the Greek word psuche, which is most often translated “soul.”  The word “unto” is the Greek word “achri,” which is most often translated “until,” meaning “to the point of.”  The same phrase translated “even unto death” in Revelation 12:11 is used in Acts 22:4, where Paul says of his former self: “I persecuted this Way to the death,”  meaning he diligently persecuted followers of the way of Christ, refusing to quit until they were killed. 

With the above in mind, I believe the last clause of this verse literally means: “they actively and continually shunned and refused to regard their soul, until it died.  This is huge, and actually mirrors what Jesus emphasized during his ministry. 

Matthew 13:34 clearly states that in public, Jesus only taught using parables – physical symbols representating deeper, spiritual things.  Therefore, when Jesus said that to follow him we must take up our cross and lose our life (psuche) for him in order to find it, he wasn’t speaking of literally carrying a piece of wood or dying physically.  He’s speaking of losing our soul-driven, self-devoted life for a spiritual life that is founded on devotion and relation to God.

Remember, the call of Jesus is to pick up our cross, deny our self AND to follow him.  Unlike the common understanding, the self-denial Jesus had in mind isn’t about restricting what you eat, what you do, what you buy, where you go, etc.  It’s deeper than that.  You can restrict all those things without any change of heart toward God and without following Christ.  It’s about refusing to edify, promote or defend yourSELF.  Self-denial is really the total absence of awareness of or regard for self, PERIOD.  All the various forms of self-improvement and self-restriction that are promoted in the church and the world still bring focus to self, so they aren’t self-DENIAL

Self-denial is critical to following Jesus, because you can’t be aware of and concerned with yourself and God simultaneously.  Because a believer has become a member of the body of Christ and is called to total devotion to the Father, self has no place any longer.  The life of a disciple of Jesus is about giving heed and pursuing God’s kingdom only and ignoring the loud demands your selfish (and often religious) soul will make – demands to be heard, respected, acknowledged, and obeyed.  Sometimes the soul will demand you conform to a certain standard it sees as “good” or “holy.”  But holiness is simply devotion to the Father’s voice, which often makes no sense to the soul, which is “rational.”  

The phrase “they loved not their life” means these people actively and consistently gave no love – no compassion, tolerance, welcome, kindness, patience, recognition or obedience to their SOUL, until it became powerless and essentially died.  Absence of love results in death.  This is a hard process, but a vital one.  One thing that’s been on my heart is that if I’m going to suffer, at least let it be for a love-driven pursuit of God and His Kingdom – His will being done on earth.  Nothing else is worth it.

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Posted by on July 5, 2013 in Uncategorized


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Don’t Take Care

“… but the cares of this age, the seductiveness of wealth, and the desire for other things come in and choke the word, and it produces nothing.”  -Jesus (Mark 4:19)

God spoke to me this morning (June 30).  One thing He said is: “Care is a great hindrance to the spiritual walk.”  I believe He wants me to share this with you. defines care chiefly as: “a state of mind in which one is troubled; worry, anxiety, or concern.” It also is defined as: serious attention.”

On this occasion I heard God’s voice with unusual clarity.  That He chose to speak about care is very telling; it  means this is an issue God Himself sees as important right now.  I believe God is only concerned with HIS people, therefore it is the “care” within the church that He warned of.

I would boil the meaning of care down to “worry and serious attention.”  Jesus spoke of the “cares of this age,” meaning cares that are purely temporal and of this world.  There’s no denying that many temporal issues have caused  worry or serious attention in the church.  A perfect recent example is gun control, but I could also mention world wars, communism, weather anomalies and natural disasters, government conspiracies, abortion and gay marriage, on and on.  Also, one could look at “care” how one appears to other people or what others think.  The issue isn’t whether there is merit to concern over these things.  The issue is that these often spawn the cares of this age Jesus said would choke the word and keep it from bearing fruit.  Simply put, you can’t properly relate to God and mature when your awareness is full of care over things going on in the world.  When believers look no different than unbelievers in their worry and attention regarding worldly issues, something is amiss. 

I remember well the hype surrounding Y2K.  I was apprehensive as 01/01/2000 approached due to what I had heard, so I stayed up until midnight despite feeling terrible with a serious case of the flu.  When midnight hit and the power stayed on, I remember a distinct feeling of anti-climax while literally crawling up the stairs slowly to my bed with my head spinning.  Nothing happened.

Even in my limited years, I’ve seen several examples in the church of very devout people, including “leaders,” who are highly aware of their own care-filled, religious soul and label it “God.”  Some prophesy doom and sternly instruct people to prepare, then nothing happens.  Many who followed these prophesies and warnings are left wounded and disillusioned, with time and money wasted.  The scary thing is, what your awareness is consumed by controls you and is essentially your god.  The soul, religious or not, is “god” to many. 

I don’t for a second believe that America is special to God or immune to undergoing severe economic or other forms of hardship.  I also am not saying that preparing or being skeptical of government, mainstream medicine, etc. is wrong of itself.  What I’m saying is when someone’s awareness is given over to care – to serious attention and worry over issues of this age, this is a GREAT hindrance to the spiritual walk.  You can’t hear and follow the spirit of God, which is of a different realm than the world, when you’re awareness is consumed with the troublesome issues of the world.  Jesus’ awareness was consumed with his Father and His voice.  That’s what he ordered his life by.  Want to be Jesus’ disciple?  Put yourself in position to be increasingly aware of God’s spirit and voice, and decreasingly aware of the voice that rehashes the various cares of the world. My previous blog gives a brief “how-to” on this.  You can read it here.  God bless you.



“Therefore I say to you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or what you will drink; nor about your body, what you will put on. Is not life more than food and the body more than clothing? 26 Look at the birds of the air, for they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns; yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they? 27 Which of you by worrying can add one cubit to his stature?  28 “So why do you worry about clothing? Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow: they neither toil nor spin; 29 and yet I say to you that even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these. 30 Now if God so clothes the grass of the field, which today is, and tomorrow is thrown into the oven, will He not much more clothe you, O you of little faith?  31 “Therefore do not worry, saying, ‘What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink?’ or ‘What shall we wear?’ 32 For after all these things the Gentiles seek. For your heavenly Father knows that you need all these things. 33 But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you. 34 Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about its own things. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble.”  (Matthew 6:25-34, NKJV)

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Posted by on July 1, 2013 in Uncategorized


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Living in Spirit Means Quenching the Soul

We all can think of things we’ve read without any contemplation or understanding.  I think for many, a prime example for this from the Bible are verses which mention things pertaining to “spirit.”  For years, read about “spirit” and without much thought just took it as a vague concept that concerned God or people a lot more holy than I.  While I still don’t have full understanding, I do realize that the spiritual realm is the realm of God Himself and that to know God requires one to be able to relate to him there.

I’ve written about this before, but the spiritual realm is deeper than the oh-so familiar realm of the soul – the realm of human feelings, will, and thought.  For most people, including highly religious people, their entire sphere of life and awareness is in the realm of the soul.  This is worthless in God’s eyes.  Religion often mislabels as spiritual things that are in reality just “good” things of the soul, such as unusual or profound feelings, deep or new doctrines, or various other experiences.  These things are all sourced in the human soul.  This is why after the experiences are over and the novelty is worn off, there is no lasting change.  The soul in and of itself is unstable and ever-changing.

I want to look at one idea that is fairly common in the Christian sphere; the notion of “walking in the spirit.”  Galatians 5:16 says: “But I say, walk by the Spirit, and you will not carry out the desire of the flesh.”  Many of us have read that, but I’d guess much fewer of us have taken the time to genuinely meditate, study, and seek God for what that truly means.  Without understanding, which is given by the spirit of God, information is useless.  

I want to look more specifically at Galatians 5:25, which states: “If we live by the Spirit, let us also walk by the Spirit.”  Paul is saying that living and walking by the spirit are connected; if we are to do the first, we must do the second also.  I believe this verse literally means: “If we are to live in the realm of the spirit, we must follow and conform to the spirit’s direction moment by moment.”  Our comfort-loving flesh wants things to be automatic and easy.  But nothing in the Kingdom of God is automatic.  We must daily fight and struggle to follow and conform to the leading of the spirit, if we are to be those who live in the spirit, as Jesus did.  He set us that example for us to follow.  

What must we fight and struggle against?  Christianity would have us believe it’s our bad behavior, our “sins” that make us unspiritual and that we must fight.  But that has nothing to do with it.  Primarily, our struggle is against our own soul, which is influenced by our flesh and our various religious indoctrinations.  These are the things that oppose the walk in the spirit which is our inheritance. 

How does our soul oppose the spirit?  To be able to follow the spirit, it’s obvious we have to be sensitive to and aware of the spiritual realm.  But the spiritual realm is deeper and very different from the soulical.  It often doesn’t make sense to our soul, which is based on reason and logic.  To access the spiritual realm, we must be willing to learn to quench the dominance of our soul by silencing the chatter of our minds, stilling or choosing to ignore the raging of our own thoughts, reasonings and feelings.  When the human soul is subdued, we can begin to be aware of what the Spirit of God is revealing to us, Spirit-to-spirit.  If we don’t, then the human soul’s various doctrines, gathered over the years from unspiritual men, and the cacophony of our own thoughts and feelings will dominate our awareness, and we’ll remain carnal and soulish – little different from the world other than being better-behaved. 

Quenching our soul is somewhat akin to turning down a loud stereo in order to hear and focus on the underlying voice of a loved one, which is quieter but more important.  Food for thought, I hope.  God bless you.

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Posted by on June 27, 2013 in Uncategorized


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