Author Archives: Fred Jeavons

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God is my Father and I am His son!

Romans 1:1, Paul a slave of Christ Jesus

Originally posted on Transformed Into His Image:
Rom 1:1 A slave has no identity of his own, no right to assert himself, no rights to his own body, no rights to any possessions that he may call his own.  He…

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The Bema Seat of Christ – Part 1 (You Mean We Get a Reward Too!)

“According to the grace of God which was given to me, like a wise master builder I laid a foundation, and another is building on it. But each man must be careful how he builds on it. For no man … Continue reading

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Christian Phantasm…

…something that exists only in a Christian’s mind that is an illusion, a figment of the imagination. It is the boogeyman we call the flesh – that part of us we think is continually at war with the Spirit. At … Continue reading

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No True Faith Without Doubt

“Trust without any hint of existential distrust regularly devolves into presumption, faith without doubt into credulity, hope without despair into doctrinaire optimism, joy without sorrow into smugness of spirit.”  Douglas John Hall

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One People of God

(My Reluctant Departure from Dispensational Thinking) When I recently told someone I was not a Dispensationalist it was immediately pointed out that I must believe in something called Replacement Theology. That was news to me. A few days later I heard … Continue reading

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Cultural Christianity

“While it is important to remember that all human forms of thought are situated and embedded in social contexts, it is also important to resist the temptation of promoting a form of cultural Christianity that simply mirrors and affirms the … Continue reading

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Off I Went to Church Today

It was 1991 or so when we walked out of the morning service of the charismatic church we called home, knowing that our relationship with this church and the organized church was over. For some time our growing understanding of … Continue reading

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