Friday, March 22, 2024

We demonstrate the power of the Holy Spirit in our lives by walking and living in the Spirit. It manifests in the "fruit of the Spirit". This fruit is acutally singular which is LOVE. Love then manifests in 8 different ways. Joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faithfulness, meekness and self-control. This is the power that love has in our lives. Paul, all through Galatians, is emphasizing the central message of the true gospel. It's not in the keeping of the law, which no one can do, but in living in the grace of God. Paul uses father Abraham as our challenge to faith. He believed God's promise to him and became the father of all who believe. And the final seed of Abraham was Jesus Christ. This was the fulfillment of Abraham's promised blessing. In Christ, the Father said, all the nations would be blessed. And everyone what believe's God, by faith, is of the seed of Abraham. So Abraham's seed is not a race, but "Faith".

Thursday, December 7, 2023

Beatitudes - Mourning to Comfort

This teaching of Jesus was considered radical in His day. What does the kingdom of God really looke like? What do the citizens of the kingdom act like? The beatitudes are not moral goals we are to try and attain in the power of the flesh, but real character traits that are evident in the lives of kingdom kids. How can grief and mourning be a blessing? How can happiness come out of them? All these questions are answered in this video. The secon of the 8 beatitudes we are looking at in this series.

Saturday, November 25, 2023

The Beatitudes are the characters traits found in God's kingdom children. These are not moral rules to try and obtain, but descriptions of what true believer's already look like. When the truth of "Christ in me" is taught clearly, then His followers will see these come out from the righteousness and nature of Christ already "in us". That's why Kingdom Life University teaches idenfication theology. Knowing that the Father has "already given us everything we need for life and godliness through a knowledge of Jesus Christ" (Eph. 1:3 & I Peter 2:1-3), we can now live out the presence of Christ in us. Remember, we are partakers of His nature, joint heirs with Christ. "As He is in heaven, so are we in this present world."His nature and life is in us and now through us. I call the beatitudes and MANIFESTO of the kingdom of God. Because it is what Jesus looks like, it is also what we look like. How do you measure up to the image of Jesus. Remember also that we were predestined to be conformed to "His Image". (Romans 8) If you behold as in a glass the glory of the Lord, you will be changed into His image from one step of glory to the next step of glory, even as by the Holy Spirit. (II Cor. 3:18)

Friday, October 20, 2023

Healing & The Law of Life in Christ

The "Law of life in Christ" is more powerful than the law of gravity. It always works, but you must understand how it works to capture it's power. This law allows us to live in 24/7 healing. The law of life in Christ has set us free from the law of sin and death (sickness) found in our flesh. Which law are you living in? It is determined by where you are placing your mind. Paul says, "Think on these things" to be focus on the law of life. Just like an airplane that defies the law of gravity with a greater law of lift, you can defy the law of sin and death (including sickness) by overcoming it with the "Law of Life in Christ Jesus". Check out this teaching at:

Saturday, September 30, 2023


Jesus shared His secret of His power to heal the sick with us. He said His works were not His own but the Fathers. Jesus operated in divine UNION with the Father so all the power of heaven was His on earth. He said all I do the Father shows me. we have the same power Jesus had because we operate in divine UNION with Him. Jesus prayed for us that we might abidin in "ONE" with Him and the Father. This divine union positions us to be empowered with His Spirit.

Tuesday, August 1, 2023

Jesus taught many parables during his ministry, which are short stories or illustrations used to convey spiritual and moral lessons. These parables are found in the New Testament of the Bible, primarily in the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and a few in John. Here are some of the well-known parables that Jesus taught: The Parable of the Sower (Matthew 13:3-9, Mark 4:3-9, Luke 8:4-8) - This parable illustrates how the Word of God is received differently by various people and how their hearts respond to it. The Parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37) - This story highlights the concept of loving one's neighbor and shows that compassion should transcend social and cultural boundaries. The Parable of the Prodigal Son (Luke 15:11-32) - Also known as the Parable of the Lost Son, it portrays God's forgiving and unconditional love for his wayward children. The Parable of the Mustard Seed (Matthew 13:31-32, Mark 4:30-32, Luke 13:18-19) - This parable illustrates how the Kingdom of God starts small but grows into something significant and influential. The Parable of the Talents (Matthew 25:14-30) - This story teaches about stewardship and responsibility, urging believers to use their God-given gifts wisely. The Parable of the Good Shepherd (John 10:1-18) - Jesus portrays himself as the Good Shepherd who cares for his sheep and contrasts it with the hireling who abandons the flock in times of danger. The Parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector (Luke 18:9-14) - This parable highlights the importance of humility and genuine repentance in approaching God. The Parable of the Lost Sheep (Matthew 18:12-14, Luke 15:3-7) - It emphasizes God's deep concern for each individual and his willingness to seek out and save those who are lost. The Parable of the Ten Virgins (Matthew 25:1-13) - This story underscores the need for preparedness and vigilance in anticipation of Christ's return. The Parable of the Pearl of Great Price (Matthew 13:45-46) - This parable teaches about the value of the Kingdom of God and the willingness to give up everything to obtain it. These are just a few examples of the parables Jesus used to communicate profound spiritual truths to his followers and listeners. Each parable has a unique message and lesson, inviting readers to reflect on their lives and relationship with God

Friday, July 21, 2023

Why KLU Believes in the five-fold ministries

The truth of the five-fold ministries is rooted in the New Testament., specifically in the writings of the apostle Paul in Ephesians 4:11-13. The five-fold ministries are apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors, and teachers. Each ministry serves a specific function within the body of believers (the Church) to promote growth, maturity, and unity among its members. Here are some reasons why the truth of the five-fold ministries is considered necessary today: 1. Spiritual Equipping and Edification: The five-fold ministries are meant to equip and edify the members of the Church, helping them grow in their faith, understanding of Scripture, and spiritual maturity. The goal of the five-fold ministry is to bring all believer’s into the mature image of Christ. “Till we all come into the unity of THE FAITH. i.e. a mature image of Jesus. 2. Church Unity: The five-fold ministries work together as a team, each contributing its unique strengths to promote unity within the Church. When these ministries function harmoniously, they can help prevent divisions and promote cooperation among believers with different spiritual giftings. 3. Balanced Spiritual Nourishment: Each ministry addresses specific needs of the Church. Apostles may provide overall vision and direction, prophets bring spiritual insight and guidance, evangelists focus on outreach and sharing the Gospel, pastors offer pastoral care and support, and teachers provide biblical understanding and instruction. This balance ensures that the Church receives comprehensive spiritual nourishment. 4. Strengthening and Building the Church: The purpose of these ministries, as mentioned in Ephesians 4:12, is to equip the saints for the work of ministry and the building up of the body of Christ. This means empowering and mobilizing all believers for active service and growth, resulting in a strong and thriving Church community. 5. Addressing Contemporary Challenges: The five-fold ministries can be relevant in addressing contemporary challenges faced by the Church and society. They provide spiritual discernment, guidance, and insight to navigate complex issues and promote biblical values in a changing world. 6. Continuation of Christ's Work: The five-fold ministries are believed by some Christian traditions to be a continuation of the ministry of Jesus Christ himself. As Christ's ambassadors, these ministries seek to carry on his mission of redemption, reconciliation, and transformation in the world. Jesus said, “The works that I do, you shall do also, and greater works shall you do”. John 14:12 7. Empowering God's People: The ministries are not intended to centralize power in a select few, but rather to empower all believers to live out their calling and purpose in the Kingdom of God. By recognizing and utilizing the diverse gifts and callings within the Church, the five-fold ministries encourage active participation and engagement of all members