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Pace Setting with Champions

When Roger Bannister broke the impossible barrier and ran a mile in less than 4 minutes, he had a pacesetter. The pace setter was tasked with helping him run four laps at less than a minute per lap on a quarter mile track: thus, running a four-minute mile. 1,161 more words


The physical sense of this word simply means, “to cast a shadow, or envelop with shade.” The metaphoric sense may include concepts of “being surrounded by a condition or a person’s influence,” or “losing significance or appearance because something or someone gains greater attention so as to diminish attention given to something else.” 2,058 more words

Restoring the Sound of Glory

Isaiah saw the Lord elevated upon His throne with the hem of His robe filling the temple. He saw the burning ones – seraphim – and the Glory filled the temple. 2,275 more words

The Called-Together Ecclesia

While this is the most common launching pad of meaning for the term “ekklesia,” the meaning should be considered a bit more technical in nature than the sum of its parts. 438 more words

Die to Live, Live to Die

Jesus lived to die. While that’s true, the more important aspect of His destiny is that He lived to die. He understood – as Creator, Redeemer, and Restorer – that dying to live becomes much more important than living to die. 353 more words

Beware the tendency to assume that a revelation from God positions you to be the source and resource of leadership for a movement, or that His revealing this to you means you are the only one who has this message from God. 792 more words


Five Important Contrasts Between Revival and Awakening

Definitions of revival differ as greatly as definitions of church because the definitions conform to consequences expected and desired by various distinctives. People wish to assume that any move of God will be characterized by more of the emphasis to which they ascribe. 3,315 more words