A God Who Can Be Experienced!

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Dr. Brown shares one of the most exciting truths in his Authentic Fire book from the chapter “A God Who Can Be Experienced.” The Creator of the universe invites us to enjoy intimate fellowship with Him! Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.

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Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Jesus says He lays down His life for His friends.  He laid down His life for you and He wants to be your very best friend!

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Ten Commitments of a Jesus Revolutionary

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Distinguishing Between Real Fire (from God) and False Fire (from the flesh or the devil)

4 Comments
  1. I heard about the last fifteen minutes of the show and really liked what I heard. Long ago, I came to similar conclusions about intellect versus emotions. Just saves the whole person, not just the intellect. Our emotions, our bodies, our relationships, our labor, our finances, our homes – all of it – are spiritual. Accepting Jesus isn’t as simple as signing a doctrinal statement.

    Only later, while in seminary, did I learn that this elevation of the intellect was an Hellenistic overlay to Christianity. The Hebrews had a much more pragmatic view of salvation.

    In any regard, intellect/knowledge/logic are over-rated in our culture, IMHO. Some of the worst atrocities in history were committed by people who had air-tight logic and rationale for their behavior.

    I’ll take a warm-hearted simpleton over a cold-hearted intellectual any day.

  2. There’s an impartation of life we experience in fellowship with God, a quickening of the Spirit which has power over the flesh. It’s an experience we long for, one that we need.

  3. Lets strive together to be “warm-hearted intellectuals” as that is what the Apostle Paul exhorts us to. (1 Cor 3:2; Hebrews 5:12; 1 Thes 4:9-12)

  4. By speaking the truth in love we may grow up in Christ. (Eph 4:15) And though there be so many things that may hinder or prevent us from walking by that standard, those things are overcome when we go to the cross for our healing, as we need it.

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