Having the Mind of Messiah Tim Klopfenstein
Imagine if you will, the Body of Messiah living in the fullness of the knowledge of God. Imagine the Body of Messiah having the Spirit of wisdom and revelation and understanding of her identity in Messiah. Imagine the Body of Messiah knowing well the will of the Father and empowered by the Ruach HaKodesh to live out that will in loving obedience. Imagine the Body of Messiah in beautiful unity and harmony under the leadership of King Yeshua. Imagine the Body of Messiah, the Bride, having made herself ready for the return of the Bridegroom.
Have you ever had that one passage of Scripture that just seems to stick with you no matter what? And even though you read numerous other passages of a given account as recorded and recounted in the Scriptures, we just seem to keep coming back to that one passage that spoke so powerfully to us.
That passage that has so deeply impacted you that it applies to almost every situation and circumstance in life. It becomes the “go to” passage seemingly fitting on numerous occasions. For me, 1 Corinthians 2:6-16 is that passage, and it has been this way for several years.
First though, let’s take a look at a powerful passage from the Hebrew Scriptures. In the book of Exodus 33, verses 12-13 there we find an impacting exchange between Adonai and Moshe. It is one of many exchanges that powerfully defined Moshe’s relationship with Adonai while also defining the character and attributes of Adonai Himself …
Read the full article here: July ’22 Issue 11